For those of you who don't know we recently updated our image with a new logo. Check out the link in our bio to read more about this recent rebranding effort. The video above shows the evolution of the new logo from our completely original font's creation, to the development of the flask, to the finished design. The logo was designed in-house by our own Brian Guilmette, who not only Directs our Scholastic Training Program but is also our graphic designer. You can follow his design page @brianeyesdesign to see more of his work.
Repost from @coachmatthunter | Here's the last variation in a #plyometric series we commonly use at #athleticlab. One of the key ways we individualize here is adjusting the height of the boxes and hurdles to ensure that the ground contact times stay quick (ideally under 250 milliseconds) and that there is minimal amortization of the legs on ground contact. In simple terms, can the athlete get off the ground fast without bending excessively at the waist or knees? If not then the height of the boxes/hurdle will be lowered.
Big weights being thrown around in this highlight reel, and that's all I have to say about that.
#Day1 Today officially marks as my first day of following my dreams!! A whole lot has happened in the last month! I quit my job of 3 years something I never saw myself doing, but I did. It hit me that I wasn't doing what truly made me happy & the only time to make changes is NOW or else i was never going to. I learned a tremendous amount over the past 3 years & I am beyond grateful for the people & lessons/responsibilities/challenges I've had along the way. I will be following my dreams by being an intern at @athleticlab for the 2nd time around. Grateful to be welcomed back & pumped to be surrounded by the best of the best. Can't wait to learn, absorb, grow and DO! Stay tuned as I share my upcoming journey of following my dream! #iLoveAL#followyourdreams#ihavenoideawhatsyettocome ☮️
Fitness improves strength in the body & mind, which translates to #bmx & business. Here's what @coachmatthunter has to say:
Josh is performing an isometric deadlift where he pulls the bar up into the pins and then continues to pull as hard as he can for a set period of time. We use the coaching cue of try and pick up the rack because to get the most out of this exercise, we need to work maximally the entire time.