Month: November 2014

Are you overtraining? – Preview

Andrew Raynor   Andrew Raynor Are you overtraining?  The old adage ‘more isn’t better, better is better’ comes to mind here. Chasing fatigue, exhaustion or soreness and training countless days on end without rest, if your goal is strength, is never the way to go. If you look at the way Olympic lifters, power athletes […]

Are you overtraining? – Preview

Andrew Raynor   Andrew Raynor Are you overtraining?  The old adage ‘more isn’t better, better is better’ comes to mind here. Chasing fatigue, exhaustion or soreness and training countless days on end without rest, if your goal is strength, is never the way to go. If you look at the way Olympic lifters, power athletes […]

Are you overtraining? – Preview

Andrew Raynor   Andrew Raynor Are you overtraining?  The old adage ‘more isn’t better, better is better’ comes to mind here. Chasing fatigue, exhaustion or soreness and training countless days on end without rest, if your goal is strength, is never the way to go. If you look at the way Olympic lifters, power athletes […]

How to stay limber into your older years

Andrew Raynor   Andrew Raynor Flexibility isn’t something that stays with you as you get older We are, essentially, born perfect. Perfect diaphragmatic and belly breathing, amazing mobility and great movement patterns without training. We then gain stability through progressions and get strong, super quick. Our journey from the womb to learning how to stand […]

How to stay limber into your older years

Andrew Raynor   Andrew Raynor Flexibility isn’t something that stays with you as you get older We are, essentially, born perfect. Perfect diaphragmatic and belly breathing, amazing mobility and great movement patterns without training. We then gain stability through progressions and get strong, super quick. Our journey from the womb to learning how to stand […]

How to stay limber into your older years

Andrew Raynor   Andrew Raynor Flexibility isn’t something that stays with you as you get older We are, essentially, born perfect. Perfect diaphragmatic and belly breathing, amazing mobility and great movement patterns without training. We then gain stability through progressions and get strong, super quick. Our journey from the womb to learning how to stand […]

The importance of culture in martial arts

Andrew Raynor   Andrew Raynor Will teaches at his school with some junior-belts  It seems there are as many variations in what I call ‘mat culture’ as there are in styles of martial art. I have trained and taught in hundreds of schools all over the globe and rarely have two been the same. I […]

The importance of culture in martial arts

Andrew Raynor   Andrew Raynor Will teaches at his school with some junior-belts  It seems there are as many variations in what I call ‘mat culture’ as there are in styles of martial art. I have trained and taught in hundreds of schools all over the globe and rarely have two been the same. I […]

The importance of culture in martial arts

Andrew Raynor   Andrew Raynor Will teaches at his school with some junior-belts  It seems there are as many variations in what I call ‘mat culture’ as there are in styles of martial art. I have trained and taught in hundreds of schools all over the globe and rarely have two been the same. I […]