Strength and conditioning

... Is not weight training, olympic lifting, kettlebell, sled pulling, hill sprinting, tyre flipping or suspension training sessions – or indeed any other mode of training you can think of. These are examples of tools. And it’s also not CrossFit, they are workouts. Using strength and conditioning tools to create a ‘beasting’ session doesn’t target specific physical qualities, or provide progression, individualisation or satisfy a long term plan. Often people mistakenly perform gym workouts, believing they’re strength and conditioning training. 

You should be able to answer exactly why you’re using a particular exercise at a particular phase of your training, and this is what we can help you to do. If it has no purpose, elicits no developmental benefit for the individual , then it’s wasting time and energy. Even worse, inappropriate exercise selection can hinder performance by interfering with a skilled pattern of movement.