Lee Boyce

Website: https://www.leeboycetraining.com

Lee Boyce

Lee Boyce is a sought-after strength coach, writer, speaker, and college professor based in Toronto, Ontario. His work is regularly featured in many of the largest publications in the world, and he's a contributor and speaker for the National Strength and Conditioning Association. A former university level sprinter and long jumper, Boyce works with clients and athletes for strength, power, hypertrophy and conditioning. Read his blog and articles at leeboycetraining.com, and follow him on facebook and twitter @coachleeboyce.

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4 Rules of Core Training

Paul Rabil working his core Core strength can be pretty complicated if you want it to make it that way. With all of the big muscle groups—abs, l...

Do My Shoes Matter in the Weight Room?

You wouldn't play basketball in hiking boots or go running in baseball cleats, so why would you perform Squats and Deadlifts in high heels? "But ...

Do Bigger and Stronger Muscles Impair Athletic Performance?

Athletes hit the weight room to gain advantages on the playing field or court. Sometimes they need to put on weight for their position or role; ot...

3 Exercises to Finish Strong

To perform your best in the final minutes of a game, you need to have endurance. Build it by adding a finisher, a movement performed at the end of y...

3 Ways to Improve Your Tissue Quality

The ability to perform well in the field can be impaired by poor tissue quality, such as muscle tears, bruises or joint problems. It's important t...

The Truth About Rep Ranges

It's commonly accepted that lifting heavy weights for low reps leads to muscle gains, whereas lifting lighter weights for high reps promotes fat los...

Why Running on the Treadmill Won't Cut It

The key to sports success is training for functionality. To be a successful athlete, your overall musculature needs to be responsive and powerful. ...

The Sprinter's Speed Workout

There is no major team sport for which speed and quickness are not essential skills. If you want to win and be successful in your sport, speed drill...

3 Tips for Working Out With Bad Shoulders

For many athletes, constant hitting, throwing and pushing leads to shoulder injuries and chronic pain. If you're dealing with shoulder issues, it's ...

Weightlifting Guidelines Every Athlete Should Remember

So many different training methods exist that are specific to a given sport. Here's where I challenge the system: do things really need to be so compl...

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