The first of these is the decidedly intimidating sounding German Volume Training. This is a method of strength training that was devised in the 1970s for the German weightlifting team. Centred around intense, structured strength training sessions, the method was adopted in the 1990s by the Canadian strength coach Charles Poliquin. It is widely acknowledged as one of the most demanding methods of training there is. Continue reading
A good, structured and bespoke weight training programme is a great thing. The importance of getting regular strengthening work into your routine cannot be over-emphasised. Continue reading
If you are a person – male or female – who wants to be toned, lean and fitter, then a well-designed weight training programme will help you achieve that aim. And that is the point with weight training. It can be targeted to produce the results that an individual is seeking. Continue reading
Strength, speed, power and endurance are all essential to people who play a team sport. If you have good levels of each of these fitness components, then you could be the difference between your team winning and losing. You could certainly be last man or woman standing if your fitness levels and resistance to training are at a high level. Continue reading
There are so many facets to fitness training but, here at Kelsey Kerridge, we would argue that one of the corner stones of a great fitness regime is weight training.
Whether you are an elite athlete, a keen gym-goer or a complete beginner, weight training is the way to build a great foundation from which all your other fitness activities can develop. Continue reading