Strength Training

Going Nowhere…FAST! by Gary McGrath, MSc., CSCS

Explosive isometrics can be a valuable addition to a training program seeking to develop maximal strength and power. This article provides guidelines for using isometric training in both a high-performance setting, as well as providing alternative options when equipment is limited.

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