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Master the Mundane

JVH Team, This article is for the die hard athlete, or professional. If you don't recognize yourself as one of those people, don't read this article. It's not going to resonate with you. Now that we have that out of the way, it's important to distinguish the two types of people out there who are mastering their craft: 1) Those who accomplish all tasks they deem necessary in order to accomplish set goals. 2) Those who truly live the life and do what is deemed necessary to succeed, yet also have become "masters of the mundane". Becoming a Master of the Mundane is something I learned from one of my favorite strength coaches down in Northa Carolina, Travis Mash. For those who don't know him I s

Flexible Dieting

JVH'ers Warning: somewhat sciency article but, dense with flavorful (pun intended) knowledge bombs that will optimize your performance. As we all know going without food would not allow you to build muscle, regenerate tissue, or sustain life. However, what you don’t know is how to use this fuel at certain times to benefit your training and performance. Contrary to popular belief carbohydrates are your friends, fat free diets aren’t good for you and there’s a time and place for every macronutrient. Before I get into becoming a flexible dieter, I think it’s vital to first understand what macronutrients are. Macronutrients simply are fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. Fats are a vital surviva

Want to get Stronger... Faster... More Explosive? Great. Start Stretching.

JVH Team, Muscles do one thing: create force. This force is used for everyday activities such as walking (low force production) or in the more extreme case lift heavy a** weight overhead! Now that we know what muscles do its time to get into the meat and potatoes of this post... But first a story. I was 13 when I first trained with Coach Hoke at a place called Optimal Performance Training Center (R.I.P. O.P.T.C. Power on JVH!). At this time I was chubby, athletic, and not exactly flexible. After my first training session Coach Hoke noticed that I had really terrible hamstring flexibility and therefore instructed me to stretch my hamstrings with a rope of some sort everyday. Of course I did

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