Athletic Performance Training

Cross Training

How fit do you think you are? How fit are you, actually? If you have been faithful to a particular exercise day after day, you may suddenly find that you got a crick in your back from simply leaning over to pick up a carton.

This is the kind of injury you can expect if your […]

By |October 6th, 2015|Athletic Performance Training|0 Comments

How to Increase Anaerobic Threshold

First of all, what is anaerobic threshold (AT)? Anaerobic threshold, also called “lactate threshold,” is the level of intensity an individual can sustain before sending the anaerobic system into overdrive.
Sitting here and reading this blog right now is being aerobic because you’re oxygen intake is enough to meet the demands of what you are […]

By |September 29th, 2015|Athletic Performance Training|0 Comments

Best Way to Increase Bone Mineral Density

Best Way to Increase Bone Mineral Density

Osteopenia and osteoporosis.  If these are foreign words to you, turn to the experts in your family – your grandparents. They are most certainly tuned in to these conditions, and who is most likely to get them. Osteopenia is the condition of bones naturally getting thinner as we age. […]

By |July 10th, 2015|Athletic Performance Training|0 Comments

A client’s first experience at DC Strength Ohio

I want to share this letter that I recently received from a client:

 

I booked my first appointment with my personal trainer, Dustin Carnish of DC Strength Ohio. I had never been with a personal trainer, and it had been years since I’d tried going to a gym.

Anxiety set in immediately.  I worried about what clothes […]

By |July 10th, 2015|Athletic Performance Training|0 Comments

Power and Speed: Band Backpedal

By |September 17th, 2014|Athletic Performance Training|0 Comments

Speed & Agility: Underline M Drill

The underline M drill may look simple but it’s a great way to work on speed and agility.  This is one of the countless drills our athletes do on their way to the next level.

By |September 17th, 2014|Athletic Performance Training|0 Comments