Episode 062: Benefits of Conditioning & Key Markers featuring Alex Tanskey

What are the health benefits of different types of conditioning? Also, what are some key markers that we can look to as accurate indicators of general health when it comes to your heart? Alex and Jon team up to discuss the reasons behind different types of conditioning they prescribe in their client programs and what... Continue Reading →

Episode 047: What’s a Good Stretch, Why Does My Heart Run High & What Else Should I Do? featuring Alex Tanskey and Chris Mullins

The guys tackle some of the more common questions they field in their day to day coaching. What stretch do you recommend? My heart rate just runs high and what else should I do when I'm not working with my coach? Jon is joined by fellow integrative strength coaches Alex Tanskey and Chris Mullins to... Continue Reading →

Alex Tanskey is an integrative strength and performance coach based in Raleigh, North Carolina. During this episode of the pillars of health he delves into the correct way to progress your chin ups with Jon. Other topics discussed are listed below. Find this episode description here http://bit.ly/2LLDx6p Creating optimal cardiovascular health How conditioning can help... Continue Reading →

Joel Jamieson is a best-selling author and one of the world’s foremost authorities on strength, conditioning, and energy systems. His training strategies have been used by thousands of elite performers and top athletes worldwide, including the Navy Seals, UFC champions, and dozens of teams from the NFL, NBA, MLS, NCAA and more. In this episode Jon... Continue Reading →

  Conditioning in the mainstream has morphed into an idea of high intensity effort until your energy supply empties out and you are sprawled out on the ground with nothing left in the tank. If every conditioning session goes like this then you need to adjust. Conditioning is a skill and something you should measure... Continue Reading →

  With summer around the corner and the likelihood that most peoples level of activity will sky rocket - I'm speaking from personal experience here of course. It is important to know what energy systems predominantly fuel your training and which ones you should invest the majority of your time in? What system has the... Continue Reading →

In episode eight continues where we left off in episode seven. Alex and Jonathan go into a number of different topics including: Heart rate Recovery (HRR): What is it and how to test it Why long slow benefits runners of all different distances Different ways to program long slow in to your training How to... Continue Reading →

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