In this week's edition of On the Line, Tommy sits down with USA Paralympian Noelle Lambert. The two talk about Noelle's different leg attachments, how she has fun with her situation, her love of the Patriots, and how she got into running track.
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By: Aaron Guyett
Obviously there have been some significant changes in the fitness industry, so we decided to talk about it.
In this video, Julia talks through her online only business and how it thrived, while Aaron and Marcus talk through how their level 4 groups helped each other navigate the changes and succeed during the volatile changes for in-person fitness in 2020 and 2021.
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In-person access to research-based educators that successfully grew and sold their personal training companies and fitness gyms. And combined have over 35 years of experience in the fitness industry.
You also get support and encouragement from like-minded fitness operators. Level 4 members are gym owners, fitness managers, personal trainers, education...
How To Gauge Intensity for Your Workouts
By: Aaron Guyett
Intensity is this ambiguous term for most of us...but we can help you gauge it for progress.
Intensity is usually correlated with weight or perceived exertion, and it can be very helpful to know when to ramp up or lower down the intensity for your fitness results.
What weight should I use for what intensity?
Light weight will usually result in low intensity, which can be helpful if you are trying to grow your muscular endurance or aerobic efficiency, however it will not help with you booty gains, muscular gains, or improving your basal metabolic rate (the amount of calories you burn at rest).
Choose your weight, exertion, and intensity based on your programming, and if you aren’t sure how to program to create a certain results, check out our programs here:
In this week's edition of On the Line, Tommy sits down with NFL Tight End Darren Waller. The two talk about Darren's journey through substance abuse to recovery and success in the NFL, Darren's music career, Aux privilege's, and Darren's new podcast "Comeback Stories". Its a little more serious than our usual interviews, but his story is beyond inspirational.
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PJ Nestler is a human performance specialist, international speaker, educator, and coach with extensive experience preparing the world’s top athletes for competition. In his 14+ years in the industry, Coach PJ has trained hundreds of athletes from the UFC, NFL, and NHL.
He is highly sought after as an expert speaker and consultant in the areas of performance breathing, combat athlete preparation, mindset, and recovery working with US Military Tier 1 & 2 Special Operations groups, professional sports teams, and executives around the world.
In his current role as the Vice President of Performance at FitLab Inc, he is responsible for building education curriculums and translating the world’s best training systems from iconic athletes into authentic and exciting consumer experiences.
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If you are looking for one exercise to rule them all, and you are a combat athlete, might I suggest the Battle Ropes Latera Waves.
You see combat athletes need INCREDIBLE POWER in their transverse plane, whether they are kicking, punching, throwing, or grappling, they will be dominated without rotational power.
The lateral wave is the same rotational movement that is involved in any of those combat sports feats. The mover is using her ground force reaction starting at the foot and ending at the fingertips to generate the most power-packed human movement possible.
You can train rotation with lateral waves in all three metabolic pathways:
In this week's edition of On the Line, Tommy sits down with softball star Amanda Chidester. Some of the topics discussed...
- The pressure of blowing teams out
- How she had to play baseball to keep it competitive
- What is it like to hit a walk off home-run?
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In this weeks playoff series, Tommy and Scal discuss..
- Are the NBA Finals the Bucks series to lose again?
-Bobby Portis might be the most important player on the Bucks
- Is letting the Bucks beat themselves the only thing the Suns need to do to win the NBA Finals?
Watch Tommy and Scal discuss these topics and more!
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Strength and conditioning workouts for combat athletes have unique requirements. They should build the fighter’s strength in multiple planes and positions with an emphasis on grip and core strength, shoulder stability, and overall body awareness. Here are five movements that will strengthen you from head to toe, build your rotational power, increase your hip speed, and help you crush your enemies. Assuming you know how to fight.
1. Staggered Alternating Rotational Swing
Learning how to build power from the staggered position will carry over into just about every sport. Combine this with the benefits of the swing which include building glute and core strength, hip speed and power. The added benefit of the rotation will help transfer rotational power which is crucial for every type of combat athlete.
2. Deadstart Rotational Clean
Being able to pull explosively from an off-set position rotationally will come in handy in...
In this week's edition of On the Line, Tommy sits down with Jackass and Wildboyz star "Partyboy" Chris Pontius. Some of the topics discussed...
-Upcoming NEW film Jackass 4.
-Will this years Shark Week be the BEST EVER?
-Chris's mishap at the Mexican border.
-How did Chris became the g-string guy?
-What stunts he refused to do or never materialized the way they expected.
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