10 Coaching Cues that Will Make You Bulletproof (Part 2)

Last week I discussed the first four coaching cues that you can use to not only take your athleticism and lifting game to new heights, but to also remain healthy and durable to tackle the things that everyday life throws at you. Here is part 2 of that same series, looking at cues 5-7. 5. Bend/Break the Bar This cue is one of my all-time favourites because a) it has … Continue reading 10 Coaching Cues that Will Make You Bulletproof (Part 2)

10 Coaching Cues That Will Make You Bulletproof

Whether your goal is to get stronger, more powerful, improve athleticism, or you are simply looking to move and feel better, incorporate the following coaching cues into your exercise programs and learn what it’s like to Train Smart and Hard. Maintain Three Points of Contact (“tripod”) with feet A lot of individuals I see on a daily basis, both athletic and adult populations, struggle with … Continue reading 10 Coaching Cues That Will Make You Bulletproof

(Harnessing in order to) Maximize Your Power

If you’re anything like me, you love being in the gym. You love trying to set and accomplish new physical goals. Whether that’s trying to set a new PR in your strength phase, increasing your broad jump or vertical jump in your power phase, or lasting 10 seconds longer on last week’s tough sprint test. Having said that, it’s always important (and wise) to take a step … Continue reading (Harnessing in order to) Maximize Your Power

Installment 1: Why Everyone Should…

While I firmly believe in individualization and program design built around injury history, movement limitations, and experience level, there are certain things I feel the entire population (athlete or adult) can benefit from doing (and doing so safely). This week`s installment is going to look at one of my all-time favourite exercises/lifts, which attacks various components of athleticism, strength, core, and overall badassery. Installment 1: … Continue reading Installment 1: Why Everyone Should…

About Ian Schnarr

Coach Ian (BASc Kinesiology, FHP Diploma, CSCS, FMS Level 1 Practitioner) is the Director of Performance and Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Redline Conditioning in Kitchener, Ontario. Redline is the Strength and Conditioning Provider to the Kitchener Rangers (OHL), Kitchener Dutchmen (Jr. B), NHL, AHL, OHL athletes, Kitchener Minor Baseball, and a host of other teams and adult clientele looking to get the most … Continue reading About Ian Schnarr