Shout out to CDSF Member Dustin Alexander. During the day Dustin works hard to make sure we can all drink as much Death Wish Coffee Company as we want, and also co-hosts the company’s podcast Fueled By Death Cast. In September he began training at CDSF and has already set new PR’s in the bench, squat, and deadlift;lifting more… Continue reading CDSF Member Shout Out: Dustin I.
The use of supplemental exercises is a great way to get stronger with your big three lifts (squat, bench, deadlift). As their name implies, a supplemental exercise supplements one of the big three lifts, and because they'll be a close variation to your main they'll help you: ✅Improve Technique ✅Add Volume to Your Training Program… Continue reading 4 Supplemental Exercises for a Stronger Deadlift
In today's post we're going to talk about how to progress the inverted row. The inverted row is an exercise that we commonly use at Capital District Sport and Fitness to train your upper back and anterior core. To initially progress the inverted row you'll simply walk your feet lower on the floor, requiring you… Continue reading How to Progress Inverted Rows
This article was originally posted on Rebel Performance.com The off-season can pass by in the blink of an eye. Even though the cold and dark months between November and March remind you nothing of the game of baseball they are the most crucial for ensuring you’ll be at your best come opening day. What you do… Continue reading Baseball and Gaining the Off-Season Advantage
How to Perform Deadbugs The deadbug is a core exercise that we often use at Capital District Sport and Fitness. Early on in a strength training program it's important to learn how to use your abs to prevent excessive extension, or arching, of your lower back. The deadbug is a great exercise because you're able… Continue reading How to Perform Deadbugs
How to Perform Kneeling Adductor Dips The adductors work to both flex and extend the hip when sprinting and also play a major role in change of direction and lateral movement during sports. Because of this poor tissue quality or mobility of the adductors can play a role in groin strains. A good place to… Continue reading How to Perform Kneeling Adductor Dips
Whether you're a coach or exercising yourself understanding the difference between internal and external cueing is important for mastering technique, getting the most out of exercises, and not getting frustrated. In today's video Capital District Sport and Fitness coaches @mikesirani and @danielkjones talk about the difference between internal and external cueing, examples of both, and how to… Continue reading When Should You Use Internal vs External Cueing