Expand Your Business Reach with Snapchat

Expand Your Business Reach with Snapchat

Snapchat is more than just fun filters. With 166 million daily active users, it’s important for business owners of every generation to learn how to use the app to their advantage. To help meet the broad needs of our IFAST U community, below are links to two dozen articles on Snapchat. Take a look and decide where to jump in. Whether you’ve never used Snapchat or can’t go a day without it, every business owner should consider it worth the leap!

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4 Strategies to Improve Power

4 Strategies to Improve Power

This presentation is not “How to DO” — It’s “How to THINK

Big picture to small picture, what are your principles?

Here’s my basic flow of training thought:

Principles => Strategy => Tactics

And we’ll discuss a case study of one of my basketball players.

Teaching the Olympic Lifts - a three part series

Teaching the Olympic Lifts

This series is dedicated to teaching the Olympic lifts to your clients. I’ve broken it down into three parts:

  1. Assessment, proper positions, and the Golden Rule of Weightlifting
  2. Clean, snatch, and working from the top-down
  3. Jerk and putting it all together

Part 1: Is your client ready?

Shoulder Mobility

Can they flex their shoulder to 180 degrees (see video)? If not, you might want to try these exercises:

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How to Program Bands and Chains for Your Athletes

How to Program Bands and Chains for Your Athletes

Popularized decades ago by Westside Barbell, accommodating resistance has been used effectively in the weight room for years.

But those guys are powerlifters. How does this pertain to the normal people and athletes that we train?

That’s the question we’ve been trying to answer. This is our intro into the topic; where our heads are at. We take our experience in the gym and sprinkle in a little research to figure more of it out.

I won’t say we’re done thinking about this, but this in-service revamped the practicality of our manual and seminar.

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