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How to Include Speed and Strength Training In Your Workouts

“How do I include the AthleticQuickness.com  Speed Training Program into my existing strength training routine?”   This is the question I hear more than any other.  Because strength training can interfere with results of pure speed training, many athletes are asking how they should structure their workouts to take advantage of both strength training and speed training. 8 Tips for Including a Speed Training Program into Your Strength Training Routine Remember, muscles have two distinct fiber types – fast twitch for muscle speed and slow twitch for muscle strength. These different fiber types cannot be separated apart from each other… read more

What is muscle confusion
What is Muscle Confusion?

What really is Muscle Confusion? The complete answer may just surpise you! Most people would define the term Muscle Confusion as changes in one’s workout routine every couple of weeks to prevent plateaus from occurring and to keep your muscles continually growing and responding. Changes in your workout may be something as simple as this: You may be working your chest with the straight bar for incline presses, decline presses and flat bench presses for about 4 weeks.  You stop with those, and not only introduce 3 new chest exercises with dumbbells such as incline flies, decline flies and flat… read more

Strong leg for kicking
How to Get a Strong Kicking Leg

“WOW! THAT GUY HAS A STRONG LEG!” Why is the smallest guy on the team getting credit for having the strongest leg on the team? We’ve all seen and heard of it before. You are there watching a good football game, and a punter, backed-up into his own end zone, drills a 70 yarder dashing any hope of the opposing team working with a short field. Or, just before halftime or the end of a game, a place kicker nails a 55+ yarder. And what is it that we hear from the announcers? “Wow, that guy has a strong leg!”… read more

Isometrics and speed training
3 Reasons Isometrics is Ideal for Sports Speed

3 Reasons Why Isometrics, The Way We Teach It, Is Ideal For Speed Training! The training does not mix endurance or strength training with speed training, so it can focus soley on the factors that make it a pure speed training program.    First, what is meant by muscle contraction speed? Use the biceps muscle in your arm for an example.  When your arm is stretched out straight, your biceps muscle is stretched.  Now move your fist towards your shoulder.  What has happened?  Your biceps muscle contracts thus moving your fist toward your shoulder.   Obviously, the faster your muscle contracts, the… read more

Isometric training and fast twitch muscle fibers
How to Train Fast Twitch Muscle Fibers

Use Isometric Training for Fast Twitch Muscle Fibers Isometric Exercises Using the Resistance BandThe Little Known SECRET for Speeding Past Your Competition The word ISOMETRIC is defined as follows: “Iso” means equal or the same, and “metric” means length.  Combining these two definitions we get “equal or the same length.” Isometrics, as it pertains to muscle training, involves tensing muscles against other muscles or against an immovable object while the length of the muscle remains unchanged.   For isometric training to be effective, this muscular tension must be maintained over a certain period of time. Therefore, isometric training is best defined… read more

Speed Training Programs
Best Training Programs for Speed and Quickness

How To Easily and Effectively Train for Speed Speed Training Programs that precisely target the muscles used in an athletic activity and the muscle fiber types responsible for quick and powerful reactions. AthleticQuickness.com is committed to help any athlete achieve their athletic goals of speed and quickness. We are bringing EVERYONE a simple, low cost, yet effective cutting-edge speed training program that is designed to do just one thing — make your muscles fast. You may have used various types of soccer drills, football, basketball or baseball agility drills, or any other drills for speed training; however, the speed and quickness exercise programs developed by Dr. Larry… read more

what are isometrics good for
Isometric Training Re-Invented For Speed Training

This is not the isometric training program your parents were taught Today’s isometric training is much more than just helping you get past a sticking point with your bench press. Whenever you ask someone if they include a form of isometric training in their workout, you rarely find anyone who makes time for it. And, if you are lucky enough to find someone who does apply this strategy, you usually will hear them say that they only use it to help them get past a sticking point in their bench press but not much else. The Bench Press Sticking Point… read more

Physiological Effects of Strenuous Exercise

Physiological Effects of Strenuous Exercise   Part 1: Muscle Tissue and Contractions Part 2: Types of Muscles Part 3: Fast Twitch and Slow Twitch Muscles Part 4: Physiological Effects of Strenuous Exercise   Most of the exercises people find themselves in the gym or out on a track or field involve routines that put their muscles through concentric contractions (muscle tension during shortening) or eccentric contractions (muscle tension during lengthening). Exercises in the gym that fit these descriptions are most of your dumbbell exercises such as bicep curls, shoulder presses, and chest presses along with other routines such as rows,… read more

Muscle Types

Types Of Muscles   Part 1: Muscle Tissue and Contractions Part 2: Types of Muscles Part 3: Fast Twitch and Slow Twitch Muscles Part 4: Physiological Effects of Strenuous Exercise   There are three different types of muscles: 1) cardiac muscle, 2) smooth muscle and 3) skeletal muscle. Cardiac muscle is an involuntary muscle type found only in the heart. It has striated fibers with its sarcomeres packed into extremely organized groups. This type of muscle relaxes and contracts in intense short bursts. You are probably well aware of this fact, especially after completing exercises such as running where you… read more

muscle contractions
Muscle Tissues and Contractions

Muscle Tissues and Contractions   Part 1: Muscle Tissue and Contractions Part 2: Types of Muscles Part 3: Fast Twitch and Slow Twitch Muscles Part 4: Physiological Effects of Strenuous Exercise   Muscle tissue is a contractive type of tissue that can undergo tension by shortening (concentric contractions), lengthening (eccentric contractions) or remaining the same length (isometric contractions). An example of a concentric contraction is performing the first part of a biceps curl where you hold a dumbbell down in one hand down by your side and then flex your elbow upward. The bicep muscle shortens in the process while… read more

How to Get Drafted into the NFL

How to Get Drafted into the NFL Here are the Two Biggest Secrets to Getting Drafted. Get These Two Right and You Can Make It. By Mark Parson NFL Cornerback   Mark Parson: Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints Cornerback Most people do not know exactly what it takes to make it to the NFL. Well from my personal experience I will tell you how it can be done. First you will need luck, football IQ and great work ethic. So now that we got that out of the way, let me explain how you can give yourself the best… read more

glute muscles used in sports
Condition Glutes for all Sports Activities

The Glutes – How to get the advantage in a game situation!   The Glutes are often conditioned for pushing and jumping, yet they are mostly under-developed for pulling. If you haven’t figured it out by now, I’m a huge fan of what the hip flexor muscles can do for any athlete desiring speed, power and instant playmaking ability. I am also convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that many athletes unwittingly ignore the power stored up in this muscle group and can go through their entire playing careers never reaching their absolute best. All you need to do… read more

running steps
Running Steps – A Good Workout or Not?

Is Running Steps a Good Idea, or a Bad Idea? An interesting question ….. I love to run steps whenever I get the opportunity.  Years ago when I was in my early 20’s, I was living with my sister and brother-in-law in their condominium in Pompano Beach, Florida. The building we were living in at the time had upwards of 20 floors. This meant the fire escape stairwell had 40 flights of zig-zagged steps, with each flight containing about 10 steps. In Florida, this meant that the non air-conditioned fire escape was extremely warm and got hotter the higher you… read more

Tennis Serve Muscles – Follow Through

Developing Speed and Power in the Tennis Serve Serve With More Speed and Power by Knowing the Mechanics of the Serve and Which Muscles To Condition   Part 1 – The Stance & Back Swing Part 2 – The Forward Swing Part 3 – The Follow Through Part 3 of 3 – The Follow Through The follow through occurs after contact with the ball is made. Here, the racket arm continues with internal rotation of the shoulder,  pronation of the elbow and flexion of the wrist.  The racket ends up pointing down toward the ground and you land on the… read more

Tennis Serve Muscles – Forward Swing

Developing Speed and Power for the Tennis Serve Serve With More Speed and Power by Knowingthe Mechanics of the Serve and Which Muscles to condition   Part 1 – The Stance & Back Swing Part 2 – The Forward Swing Part 3 – The Follow Through Tennis Speed – Best Exercises for Racket Speed & Court Quickness Part 2 of 3 – The Forward Swing The forward swing has two distinct transitions in body positions as follows: Transitioning from the trophy pose position (Figure 1-8a) to what is called the racket drop position (Figure 1-8d) and   Transitioning from the… read more

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