recovery Archives - Juggernaut Training Systems

  • The last few weeks there has been a lot on my mind, mainly about this year’s National Championships.  Training has been going pretty well for the most part.  I have gotten my snatch up to 145kg and my Jerk is at 175kg.  The clean doesn’t really matter too much.  I have cleaned 216kg so that […]

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  • Nutrition for Maximizing Recovery

    By Juggernaut | In Supplement Reviews | on March 19, 2014

    by Dr. Spencer Nadolsky Getting stronger isn’t just about what we do in the gym. What we do after we step out of the weight room is just as important. Going to the gym is essential for strength gains, sure, but if we neglect our recovery, our gains will not be optimized, and our future […]

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  • Go Hard, or Go Home… And Do Some Damage Control

    By Reena Tenorio | In Recovery | on February 25, 2014

    The term “overtraining” is constantly tossed around in the world of sports, performance, and training. I truly believe that an athlete has the potential to overexert their body, and on a regular basis this can lead to injury, decreases in performance and reaching plateaus in training. With the proper methods and amounts of recovery, the […]

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  • Optimal Training: The Death of Over and Under Training

    By Josh Thigpen | In Training | on May 10, 2013

    The debate never ends. Some say you can overtrain, some say you can’t overtrain. Some even say you are undertrained. People cannot wait to jump on the latest internet celebrity bandwagon. These guys get people fired up about training things everyday all day and come up with slogans that are catchy to remind people of […]

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  • Recovering from Injury in 5 Steps

    By Ariel Stephens | In Rehabilitation | on May 8, 2013

    As many of you know, I had shoulder surgery 2.5 months ago, to repair a torn labrum. If you have been following me, you may also know that i have not posted any material since this surgery. Since I have been recovering, I have experienced a whirlwind of thoughts and emotions. I have been inspired, […]

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  • JTS Classic: Game Day Nutrition

    By Nate Winkler | In Diet | on May 7, 2013

    There are few days in the year more important than ‘Game Day’ for athletes, if any.  Every month away from season is spent preparing, training, dieting, and dreaming of what will happen next season, when all the hard work culminates in dominating performances.  Making all that pain, practice and sacrifice worth it a 100X over.  […]

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  • Little Things, Big Difference

    By Josh Thigpen | In Strongman, Training | on March 10, 2013

    There seems to be a trend in the strength/fitness world of not preparing like an athlete. In other words, strength athletes are lazy to put it plain and simple. Many people love jumping on the latest hardcore bandwagon, but at the end of the day they don’t do half of what they could to improve. […]

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  • Absolute Max vs Technical Max

    By Daniel Green | In Powerlifting | on February 19, 2013

    All too often it seems like, progress stalls. PRs stop coming. And then what do you do? Well, hilariously, we usually just try the same thing again or tell ourselves we just need to do it but do it better and try harder or get more amped up first! And we are all guilty of […]

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  • Team Juggernaut Roundtable, Part 2-Recovery

    By Juggernaut | In Recovery | on November 29, 2012

    In Part 2 of the Team Juggernaut Roundtable discussion, Chad Wesley Smith, Brandon Lilly, Brad Little and Ryan Brown of Team Juggernaut, along with Mike Tuchscherer, Jim Laird and Corey Hayes discuss how to promote proper recovery through well managed training, proper nutrition and utilizing various recovery modalities. Watch, Learn and SHARE…

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  • Maximizing Recovery After a Meet

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on November 5, 2012

    By Brandon Lilly Number one, I don’t recommend competing on back to back weekends, but I had a great opportunity so I took it. Basically I am writing this to help you avoid the “post meet soreness” and help you get back to training at a high level immediately. Check Out Brandon’s Training Log I […]

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  • By Brandon Lilly  I am not writing out a diet guideline that I follow just yet because as this article will disclose, I know that 98% of the people who read what I do for diet would read it and never put it to use. So I’m gonna cover this first. If I told you […]

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  • Good to Great

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on July 27, 2012

    By Chad Wesley Smith What separates the talented from the successful? Those with potential from those who accomplish great things? Three factors that almost all successful athletes will have in common are consistency, professionalism and goal setting. Consistency is king Whether it is a strength athlete, team sport athlete, or individual competitor, those who are […]

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  • Why Your Hard Work Is Making You Fatter

    By Nate Winkler | In Diet, Lose Fat | on May 7, 2012

    Consistency is king, right? Everyone knows that some things work better than others, but no matter what, if you workout more, and eat healthy foods then you will lose fat, get more ‘ripped’, and increase your strength. What if I told you that all your hard work, dedication, time, and effort are being wasted because […]

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  • Juggernaut NFL Combine Training

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on February 23, 2012

    We are excited to announce that 2012 has been Juggernaut’s first year with a full class of combine athletes. There will be nine Juggernaut athletes showcasing their talents at the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis from February 24-28th. They have been working hard since early January here and are ready to show out and […]

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  • Recovery Nutrition: Never Miss a Day

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on October 31, 2011

    Kevin M. Pierce, DC, DACBSP In Augusts’ article, Muscle Healing…an Internal Clock to Recovery; we talked about types of tissue injuries, physiological time frames for healing and the Paradigm approach to managing the return from a muscular injury. In this month’s article, we will examine a nutritional approach to what the body needs on a […]

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  • Youth Training Considerations: Part II

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on October 24, 2011

    By James Smith Director of Sports Programming Juggernaut Training Systems www.powerdevelopmentinc.com The problems have been identified as: -        Inadequate Coaching Qualification and Instruction of Youth Movement Skill Development -        Lack of Collegiate Sports Physiology Curricula -        Inadequate Collegiate Physical Education Curricula The immediate solution demands that existing coaches and educators assume the responsibility of overcoming […]

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  • Juggernaut Jacked Cookbook-Breakfast

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on October 17, 2011

      By Chad Wesley Smith I started lifting weights as a rollie-pollie 5-8 175 pound 14 year old with a massive bench of 155 pounds. Eleven years and several million calories later, I am 6-1 315 pounds with the #1 powerlifting total in the US for the 308s weight class. I can say with full […]

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  • Workout Nutrition and Pumpkin Pie Protein Shake Recipe

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on October 12, 2011

    When Do I Eat What? This is one of the most common questions we hear at Juggernaut. Sadly, protein and ‘nutritional’ food companies have clouded this concept and left many working hard in the wrong direction.  The two most common misconceptions are that you need to ‘carb load’ before you work out and immediately after completing a training session, […]

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  • Juggernaut Jiu Jitsu Training Session

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on October 10, 2011

    Take a step behind the scenes at Juggernaut and observe some of our Brazilian Jiu Jitsu athletes in action. In today’s session we follow Diogo Lacerda, a brown belt and professor at Gracie Barra Huntington Beach, as he performs the main portion of today’s training session. Lacerda is one month away from competing at No-Gi […]

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  • Juggernaut Jacked Cookbook-Snacks

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on October 6, 2011

    As you progress in your mass and strength gains, 3 big meals a day just wont cut it anymore, so you are gonna need to feed in between your big meals. These snack recipes will provide you with lots of quality calories and can either be prepared very quickly without much equipment or made ahead […]

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