Kyle Arsenault

Website: http://theathleticway.com

Kyle Arsenault

Kyle Arsenault, CSCS, is a strength and conditioning coach and human performance specialist and the author and owner of The Athletic Way. After spending four years as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at a performance and physical therapy facility, Kyle now specializes in combining principles of physical therapy with strength and conditioning to create programs that enhance overall athleticism and performance for athletes and clients both in person and online. Kyle believes that human performance needs to be all encompassing, and his book, The Other 23 Hours, describes everything we can do outside of training in order to obtain the body, performance and life we want. For more about Kyle, his book, philosophy and to contact him, visit his website and follow him on Facebook and Instagram.

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When Are Athletes 'Strong Enough'?

How strong do you need to be? If you're an athlete who's been seriously training for any length of time, this is a question that might've come acro...

5 Reasons Your Knees Always Hurt (and How to Finally Fix Them)

No one likes dealing with nagging pain. For athletes looking to enhance performance and get after it, such pain is particularly troublesome. All...

Why 'Anti' Movements Are an Athlete's Key to Functional Core Strength

Functional core strength. It's one of the most debated topics in fitness and athletic performance. In the context of athletics, "functional" means ...

The Most Effective Suspension Trainer Exercises

The suspension trainer. It's a tool that can enhance almost any strength and conditioning or fitness program because of its many unique benefits. T...

4 Smart Ways to Progress Your Training When You Can't Add More Weight

If you've been training for an while, you'll reach a point when adding more resistance to certain movements just isn't going to happen. You might j...

Use This Hamstring Exercise to Prevent Knee Injuries and Pain

Knee pain...it sucks, A LOT! It can be an absolute monster to train through or around when you are trying to increase lower body strength and size. And...

How Supersets Might Be Sabotaging Your Max Strength and Power

Supersets, tri-sets and giant sets have become staples in many strength and conditioning programs, and for good reasons. First, pairing exercises...

Go Against Traditional Workout Order for Bigger Gains

We all know that if we want to get bigger and stronger we should prioritize our main lifts, those being the squat, deadlift, bench and pull up...

Improve Your Back Strength with the Inverted Row

Whether you are simply looking to be fit and look good, looking to put up some new PRs at your next meet or trying to truck through some unfortunate...

5 Common Exercise Technique Flaws That Can Leave You Weak and Injured

When exercise technique fails you fail. Your strength is decreased and size is compromised as joints are not in the optimal position to efficiently...

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