Physical Standards for Contact Athletes No Comments Strength 14 November, 2020 You can’t explain world class performances through strength testing numbers. The best are the best because they’re the best at their SPORT. However, don’t let that fool you. Read More Farmers Carry Strength Standards for Athletes No Comments Strength 6 August, 2020 Farmers carries are amazing for athletes, particularly contact athletes. They’re often neglected. I want to make them as popular as a heavy deadlift. In your local gym, I want… Read More How Strong is too Strong? No Comments Strength 17 June, 2020 How strong is too strong? I am a “strength guy” I have seen basic strength training transform sports performance in hundreds of athletes BUT There is a point where… Read More Contact Athletes: Is This Missing From Your Training? (+ mini-book) No Comments Articles, Strength 6 May, 2020 You’re lacking contact (probably that kind too). Remember that first hit of the season? That one stings. Here’s 4 things you can do to prepare: Read More 7 Methods To Make Bodyweight Training Harder No Comments Strength 7 April, 2020 If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you. Well trained individuals biggest challenge with bodyweight exercise is how do we make it hard enough to cause positive adaptations… Read More The Foot Tripod: how you can immediately improve your squat No Comments Strength 25 January, 2020 Ferrari’s don’t run on flat tires, like athletes don’t run on weak feet. Your foot is your connection to the ground. They’re what we use to transfer the force… Read More Optimal Rep Ranges from the USSR: Prilepin’s Table No Comments Infographics, Strength 22 January, 2020 Prilepin was a USSR weightlifting coach who studied the training habits of the most successful lifters Finding what percentages, sets and reps they used to optimise training Prilepin research… Read More How long does it take to lose your gains? Training Residuals (Issurin) No Comments Infographics, Speed, Strength 23 December, 2019 Issurins training residuals is my most referenced table as a coach, it’s invaluable. The scientific definition of training residuals is ‘the retention of changed induced by systematic workloads beyond… Read More Training the Neck is a Necessity for Contact Athletes No Comments Flexibility & Health, Hypertrophy, Strength 26 June, 2019 The neck is the most undertrained muscle in the body. Strength coaches rightly spend huge amounts of time researching and implementing training plans in order to prevent muscular injuries… Read More A Case for the Trap-bar Deadlift (Athletes) No Comments Articles, Hypertrophy, Power, Strength 10 October, 2018 Unless you’re a powerlifter, exercises are a means to an end. Coming from a powerlifting background I took it as a personal insult when my S&C coach told me… Read More 1 of 212Next » New PostsPopular PostsKnowledge Bombs by Email About Us We provide professional online coaching for amateur and professional athletes looking to become physically dominant in their sport and stay injury free Your Path to New Levels of Performance Latest Post Physical Standards for Contact Athletes You can’t explain world class performances through strength testing numbers. The best are… 5 Methods to Build Unstoppable Physicality 1. Wrestling Drills Wrestling drills are a massively underrated way to improve your… 3 Ways to Reduce Concussion Risk for Contact Athletes The most devastating injury in sport is concussion. It will not only devastate… Contact Info 7 Dicket Mead, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, AL6 9NX 07508609825 Mon - Sat: 5:00 - 19:00 All rights reserved. JT Performance – Strength & Conditioning Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: GetFit Pro.