History of Strength and Conditioning Science

Early records of strength training date back to 3600 BC when Chinese emperors made their subjects exercise daily (Webster 1976). During the Chou Dynasty subjects were required to pass weight- lifting tests before entering the military. There is large amount of evidence that indicates weight training was part of life in ancient Greece and India. […]

Strength Conditioning Training For Wrestlers

Contrary to most sporting activities, wrestling has the propensity for providing its athletes with all the things they will need to be thriving. Many famous athletes gained their status from almost everything they’ve gotten from only the wrestling space and almost nothing more. Nonetheless the insatiable hunger for an edge proceeds to press the boundaries […]

Types of Strength Training

The ability to develop large muscles and strength as fast as possible in one movement is very important in many sports in which all movement occurs relatively quickly (strongman, weight lifting, ski jumping rate, turnover rate jump, long jump rate, sprint etc.). Lets look at some different types of training, to target what we really […]