3 New Conditioning Rules

New Conditioning Rules

Considering that we’re on the brink of the training technology revolution, with more fitness devices and gadgets becoming available almost daily, it’s surprising that in many ways, conditioning is still in the dark ages. If you were to go back in time and watch conditioning sessions for teams and athletes 50 years ago, chances are…Read More

Conditioning and Mental Toughness

mental toughness


The term “mental toughness” has become a popular buzzword in strength, conditioning, and fitness circles lately. These days, people are even paying good money to run themselves through brutal military style obstacle courses and endurance races – all in the name of proving and developing their mental toughness.…Read More

The Missing Link in Movement Training

movement training


Over the last several years, the field of strength and conditioning has undergone a dramatic transformation. Instead of designing programs around the sole idea that strength is all that matters, coaches and athletes have embraced terms like “functional movement” and turned to physical therapists to learn more about how the body moves and how it should be trained.…Read More

The BioForce Project

BioForce Project

Today, I’m going to share with you something I’m very excited about. Something I truly believe has an opportunity to change the fitness industry for the better. Before I tell you exactly what it is and why I’m so excited, let me first tell you about why I think it’s so important.…Read More

The Ultimate Conditioning Guide

conditioning-guide


If you’ve been through a few of our articles, you may have noticed a common thread.  In fact, the majority of my posts are elaborations of a few core principles of conditioning and fitness. The truth is that having great conditioning really isn’t as difficult as a lot of people make it out to be, but it’s also much more than just working running yourself into the ground over and over again as far too many people often do.…Read More

Nootropics: Supercharge Your Brain

Nootropics


Visit any supplement store and you’ll quickly get lost amongst endless rows of various pills, powders and drinks promising to do everything from burn fat faster than ever to give you endless energy and endurance. Despite the size and popularity of the supplement industry, there’s one area of supplementation that’s rarely discussed despite the fact that it has as much potential to improve performance as anything else out there……Read More

3 Tips to Stop Gassing Out

3 Tips to Stop Gassing Out

Any time a fighter ends up gassed out and face down on the canvas, the simple reaction is to point the finger at a lack of conditioning as the cause. Everyone from forum warriors to fight commentators alike often leap to this conclusion, quickly writing off the loss with discussions of how he or she must not have trained hard enough or worked on conditioning sufficiently to last through the fight.…Read More

Combat Sports Injury Prevention

Rich-Franklin-Injuries

Within the last year, countless fights in the UFC have had to be canceled due to injuries to one, or even both, of the fighters. Not long ago, an entire show even had to be canceled because of injuries and the problem doesn’t seem to be getting any better……Read More

Improve Your Bench Press Strength

Bench Press Strength

Do you really know how to improve your bench press strength and performance in record time? In this video, we’ll demonstrate proper bench pressing technique to improve sport performance and cover how to incorporate it into a simple but effective training program that will deliver results. Improve your bench press strength now with these easy tips.…Watch Video

How To Reverse Band Deadlift

Reverse Band Deadlift

Ready to add some pounds to your deadlift? BioForce team member and North American Strongman National Champion Patrick “The Cannon” Castelli shows how to increase your deadlift strength faster than ever with a new twist on this age old exercise: the reverse band deadlift.…Watch Video

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