I TOLD you the U was goin international!😂 🙌🏻 Seriously, very humbled and honored to even be considered for SWIS!Huge thanks to @kenkinakin for having me! I will also be manning an @elitefts table so stop by and introduce yourself!! #repost @swis.2018 with @get_repost ・・・ Nate Harvey has confirmed that he is coming to SWIS Symposium 2018 on October 26-28, 2018 in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. I am very happy to announce that Nate is coming to share his wisdom and strategies with his SWIS 2018 presentation "Basic Conjugate / Learn How to Box Squat Properly". This will be a hybrid presentation where it will be half lecture talking about conjugate training and half demo - workshop where Nate will be taking attendees through a step by step process on how to Box Squat properly. Most people do this exercise incorrectly...now is your chance to learn it properly from one of the best coaches in the world on this. This is not to be missed. Read his impressive bio below. Nate Harvey, M.S., CSCS, has joined the elitefts team as the Executive Equipment Specialist and brings years of experience and knowledge of athletic disciplines to our customers. Nate developed his vast athletic history as the former Head Strength Coach of Olympic sports at The State University of New York at Buffalo. During his ten years at UB, he coached their first ever national champion (shot put), four-team conference champions (one back to back), eight of the schools twelve total All-Americans, 18 Olympic Trial qualifiers, over 50 individual conference champions, 16 individual national qualifiers, and over 75 individual regional qualifiers using the Conjugate Method. He is also a Strength and Conditioning Consultant for the New York Jets. He was certified in Reflexive Performance Reset in February of 2017. His best total is 2450 in the 308 weight class multi-ply division. In the 275-pound class, his best total is 2250 sans supraspinatus. His best lifts are a 1000-pound squat, 750-pound
SEATED ROUND OVER GOODMORNING Sit on the box with your feet out in front of you. Lean forward like you would in a squat and STAY THERE. Now, roll your torso over slowly then arch back up WITHOUT letting your torso lean back toward perpendicular. Keeping the forward lean makes this movement way harder.
Hurry up! If you don’t go you’ll just be mad at yourself, then you’ll have to crush yourself in the gym even more because you’re pisssed lol. ##repost @swis.2018 with @get_repost ・・・ SWIS 2018 is in 35 Days... 5 weeks away... it’s up to 75% sold out... sign up today if you haven’t registered... I have another 7 presenters and presentations I haven’t announced yet that will be at SWIS 2018... this is blowing up to be an incredible event ... see you at SWIS
SOMETHING TO PONDER....how many coaches will say that the dynamic effort method is not for beginners because they are not ‘ready’ for it but then turn around and pile jumps on top of jumps and ploys for beginner athletes with out ANY lower leg prep phase? When’s the last time you heard about a strength coach doing any sort of lower leg strength work prior to a plyo phase?? Because training the lower leg is a single joint movement and a ‘waste of time’. Just generating some Critical thinking. The calf raises must have pulled an unusual amount of blood from my brain today😬.
Sound on. When you cue athletes/ lifters you have to help them solve a problem. HOW do they squat better? Up, up, up, up...etc doesn’t solve a problem, it’s just cheerleading. You can cheerlead AFTER you solve the problem! #awwshiiit#repost @starwin21 with @get_repost ・・・ Here @nateharvey2600 is giving me some of the best cues for the box squat I've ever gotten. Helping @chaseconn prep for the @crossfitsage powerlifting meet today, I was reminded that if I know anything, it's because of the amazing coaches like Nate and many others that I've been lucky enough to work with. I even used cues from @mad_scientist_duffin and @thompsonbowtie to aid Chase with his deadlift. (SHREVEPORT: If you're in town the meet is Saturday morning! Come show us what you've got!)
Upper 1. Scaption raise and tricep super set 3x fail 2. Floor press vs 2 chain- 6-7 sets of 10 3. Push ups on hole 10- 5x fail 4. 1 arm dB row on bench - 5x10-12 5. Scaption raises4x fail 6. Upper body rev hyper- 4x20 7. Tri rope and rotator cuff superset - 8 sets, 10ish reps on tris 8. Incline dB curls - 3xfail
See you in SO CAL bruh!!!👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 \m/😡\m/ #repost @deadlift_society with @get_repost ・・・ Jan 19th, 2019 - #conjugateu with @nateharvey2600 for #sportsperformance#coaches @xcellfitnessacademy - Early bird registration begins October 19th, 2018. Only 50 spots will be available. All attendees get a copy of @conjugate_u e-book before the clinic. More to come including the link for registration.