Warrior Conditioning

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  Every Week I will be posting a conditioning workout specifically designed for combat sport athletes. You will get what you put into these workouts. The harder you push the better your conditioning will become. It is better to burn out giving 100 percent effort than to pace yourself through. Push the limit and get better. The Workout: Battle Ropes 5 Minutes Continuous Movement – Arms and legs This means slams, alternating, use a variety of movement so you can push it hard and keep moving the entire 5 minutes. This is what the rope work should look like Take…

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Warrior of the Week

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The first Warrior of the week is Ken Glenn. He is an athlete that has committed himself to getting better training 4x per week for the past three years. Ken has made huge gains in strength, speed, and power. (More than doubling his Squat, Deadlift, and Clean & Jerk). Ken not only trains in our individual strength and conditioning program, but also participates in our strong man for athletes program. He is truly willing to do everything necessary to make him the best athlete that he can be. We have been through multiple fight camps for professional MMA and Boxing. We also trained in order to prepare him…

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Strongman for Athletes Training Session Video

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This is a typical Strongman for Athletes Training Session. We train multiple movements including strongman inspired strength training and Sprinting. (This workout was log clean & press, sled push, and tire flips). This training truly bridges the gap between weight room strength and the field strength. Strongman for Athletes is currently available 2x per week at Horsepower Wednesday 5:30am Saturday 9:30am   

Strongman for Athletes

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I will now be offering the Strongman for Athletes class 2 times per week.   Wednesday’s at 5:30 AM Saturday’s at 9:30 AM The entire goal of training is to make you strong, fast, and powerful when you compete in your sport. Strongman for Athletes is a training session that bridges the gap between the weight room and the field, court, mat, or cage. In addition to building functional brute strength, explosive power, and mental toughness, it translates the weight room strength that you have and turns it into field strength. It will help you play fast, play strong, and play powerful.  Class…

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HunterSprint

No matter what sport you play, give yourself the best chance to maximize your skills and reach your goals.  I talk relentlessly about the need for athletes to train power and in a way that allows their weight room training to most effectively translate to on field improvements. Field strength is what we do! This is every athlete at every level, high school, college, professional. No matter what level you are playing at, in order to improve, reach your goals, and take the next step, training to be a better power athlete is the best training you can do. The…

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Train to get Results

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 If you are looking to improve speed, strength, work capacity, and heart and lung function, Horsepower strength and Conditioning will get you real results. If you decide to train with Coach Miller at Horsepower you will get these guarantees: 1. You will be cared about 2. You will be pushed 3. You will get better If you are looking to train at Horsepower strength and conditioning there are 3 options. 1. Small Group Training Horsepower’s small group training is second to none. It is a motivating training atmosphere where you are training side by side with other athletes looking to…

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Strongman Training for Football

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The primary reason to to use strongman training for football players is to bridge the gap between weight room strength and field strength. This element is essential for maximizing a  football strength and conditioning program. One of the best ways to make this happen is to add strongman training into conventional football strength and conditioning programming. There are many exercises that can be used in order to successfully turn weight room strength into field strength (Field strength is the only goal for athletes, very few outcomes of games are decided by who can bench more). There are 5 primary strongman exercises that…

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Get Recruited to play College football!

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There are key physical attributes that offensive lineman need to have in order to get recruited and ultimately get scholarships to play college football. When coaches, recruiters, and scouts are grading a high school football offensive lineman they focus on a few key attributes. Athleticism and Footwork Power and Punch Pad Level and Knee Bend   Below are great examples of elite lineman showing these attributes.   1. Athleticism and Footwork 2. Power and Punch 3.  Pad Level and Knee Bend   These are the qualities that lineman need to have in order to play at a high level. Your…

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Power Building

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The goal of performance training is not to build strength, it is to build strength that translates to athletic power. You build strength for the purpose of speed, in order to generate maximum power when you compete. This is the reason that I place such a high importance on Power Cleans, Power Snatches, Power Jerks, and weighted jumps. Strength means nothing without speed. Train With us!      

HP Football Program

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Stronger, Faster, Tougher Be a part of a unique top level strength and conditioning program built for football players that want to take their play to the next level. This program has prepared athletes for the NFL combine, Division 1 college football,  Division 2/3 college football and high school football. We focus on an old school power building approach that has 2 objectives, make you faster and stronger. The HP Football program has a specific plan for you whether you are a Lineman or a Skill position player that focuses on your exact performance needs. HP football is a 12…

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