Massage Guns are Overpriced Vibrators: Here’s 4 Recovery Methods that Work No Comments Recovery 21 May, 2020 Recovery is mostly FOMO (fear of missing out). The current trending FOMO product is the massage gun. You may get short-term relief (mostly psychological) the day after a leg… 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 How to Train around Gym Closures: 4 Tips for Athletes No Comments Articles 14 March, 2020 A few tips for athletes regarding training during the coronavirus period. We may see a period of gym closures, here’s a few things you can do to keep in… Read More How to jump higher: 5 things you must do No Comments Power 11 March, 2020 Things you must be doing to increase your vertical jump, this is 90% of what you need to know: ACCUMULATE A HISTORY OF JUMPING If you want to get… Read More Hours Slept and Injury Risk: 6 things you can do No Comments Infographics, Recovery 1 March, 2020 Do you sleep less than 7 hours a night? Look at your risk of injury, scary right. We all know how important it is to sleep 8hours+ a Read More Wattbike Challenges: Can you complete them? No Comments Conditioning 19 February, 2020 Alactic, anaerobic and aerobic wattbike challenges Perfect for injured athletes that can’t run, or for challenges during the off-season Pick one and try to surive Good luck. Follow me… Read More Contact Athletes: are you the hammer and stone? No Comments Infographics, Power 5 February, 2020 Contact athletes, are you the hammer and stone? Heard this concept from Dan John in his recent book “40 years with a whistle” and it beautifully summrised my training… 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 Monday to Sunday: Athletes In-season Week Should Look Like This No Comments Infographics, Inseason 21 November, 2019 Athletes keep getting weaker and slower in-season because they don’t manage their training week correctly. Don’t let yourself get stuck in that vicious cycle again. You’ve done it before…. Read More 1 of 212Next » New PostsPopular PostsKnowledge Bombs by Email About Us JT Performance is for performance driven athletes Offering elite strength and conditioning services in an online format. Managing all things performance training and lifestyle. Latest Post Ice Baths Slow Down Muscle and Strength Gains? Ice-baths for athletes – is it a good idea? Ice-baths are standard post-match… How Strong is too Strong? How strong is too strong? I am a “strength guy” I have seen… Massage Guns are Overpriced Vibrators: Here’s 4 Recovery Methods that Work Recovery is mostly FOMO (fear of missing out). The current trending FOMO product… Contact Info 7 Dicket Mead, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, AL6 9NX 07508609825 firstname.lastname@example.org Mon - Sat: 5:00 - 19:00 All rights reserved. JT Performance – Strength & Conditioning Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: GetFit Pro.