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Talent. What is it and where does it begin?

By Steffan Jones

/ Neurotyping / 21 November, 2019

How do we identify talent and ultimately develop talent? Let me start by saying as coaches we control around 50% of their talent progression. More oft…

Oscillatory Training

By Steffan Jones

/ Articles / Miscellaneous / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / 31 July, 2018

Introduction I have experimented with a number of training methods over the years, as a player and now as a specialist fast bowling prep coach. Some o…

CrossFit : The top 3 most efficient exercises to include in your off-season – Part 3

By Karim El Hlimi

/ Articles / Crossfit / Strength and performance / 03 July, 2018

In this article series, I will present the most efficient exercises I use in the early preparation phase of CrossFitters. Basically, if you didn’t rea…

CrossFit : The top 3 most efficient exercises to include in your off-season – Part 2

By Karim El Hlimi

/ Articles / Crossfit / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / Strength and performance / 26 June, 2018

In this article series, I will present the most efficient exercises I use in the early preparation phase of CrossFitters. Basically, if you didn’t rea…

Isometric Training in the ‘Skill-Stability Paradigm’

By Steffan Jones

/ Articles / Miscellaneous / Neurotyping / Strength and performance / Training / 14 June, 2018

This is a 3- part series on isometric training and how I implement it as a preparation coach in fast bowling in cricket. Fast bowling can be seen as t…

Systematized CrossFit Box Programming

By Jason Brown

/ Crossfit / Strength and performance / 05 June, 2018

Over the past decade, group fitness has grown drastically. To give you some background history, I started out as a Strength and Conditioning coach bac…

CrossFit – The Top 3 Most Efficient Exercises to Include in Your Off-Season

By Karim El Hlimi

/ Crossfit / 08 May, 2018

In this article series, I will present the most efficient exercises I use in the early preparation phase of CrossFit athletes. Basically, if you didn’…

Improve Your Squat and Deadlift by Box Squatting

By Jason Brown

/ Crossfit / Strength and performance / 01 May, 2018

There is a lot of available data to support the notion that Box Squatting is a viable method for increasing the squat and deadlift. The results that W…

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When to Push and When to Back Off – Simple Stuff That’s Often Overlooked

By Jason Brown

/ Crossfit / Rehab, mobility & injury prevention / 05 April, 2018

For the past 24 weeks, I’ve been monitoring my HRV (heart rate variability) via Joel Jamieson’s Bioforce HRV. If you’ve ever conside…

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Conjugate Method for CrossFit

By Jason Brown

/ Crossfit / 01 March, 2018

One of the biggest advantages of doing CrossFit is the consistent stream of excitement stemming from a long list of novel exercises. Because of this, …

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CrossFit: Learning From The Best Athletes in Canada East

By Karim El Hlimi

/ Crossfit / 20 February, 2018

I come from what CrossFitters know as « Canada East » or the East region. It’s known to be of one of the best regions in the world, home to many well-…

Neurotyping In Fast Bowling

By Steffan Jones

/ Articles / Neurotyping / 15 February, 2018

Christian Thibaudeau has developed a system that I believe is a game changer for sports preparation training. It takes individualization to another le…