Maximize your strength training with advice from Josh Eidson, Indiana University's S+C coordinator.
1. Dedicate time to exercises and movements you aren't good at performing. Working only on the moves you're good at builds an unbalanced body.
2. Incorporate sport-specific lifts into your workout. Make your training functional with movements that mimic those of your sport.
3. Go through a full range of motion with each exercise. Doing something halfway means you'll only get half the results.
4. Strength train year round, two to three times a week. The only way to make gains and sustain them is to train consistently.
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