Elevation Training Mask Week 2

Elevation Training Mask Week 2 DAY 8 Key Factors Mask: Elevation @ 9,000 Training: 1 mile @ 6:27 pace Time of Training: 15:52 Average HR: 153 BPM Max HR: 168 BPM Total kcal 914 kcal burned Additional Factors Shoe: 8 Cush/0 Drop Hours of Sleep: 7 Hrs Supplementation MP Assault (Pre-workout) 1 scoop Optimum Nutrition …

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The Cotten Logs

OK HPC Fans, we have a technological treat for you. Some Cotten Training technology that is.  Have you ever seen the rare person running around with a mask on… that eerily makes them look like the character Bane from the last Batman Movie? Well….this is what’s called an elevation training mask. From the actual website: …

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Elevation Training Mask Week 1

Elevation Training Mask Week 1 What’s going on HPC fans?! This is Cotten… So, today was the first day of the Elevation Training Mask Experience. As mentioned in the introduction of this blog, we will be operating under the assumption that my nutrition, warm-ups, cool-downs, and mobility work is good to go. Since I will …

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Women and Weights

Women and Weights: A Key Component to Women’s Health and Fitness      “Nature did not intend for one sex to be strong and muscular, and the other sex to be weak and flabby. Nature did not intend for one sex to eat food and the other sex to starve. The principles of fitness and nutrition …

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DTS Basic Principle 4

The Dynamorphic Training System (DTS): A return to first principles        Basic Principle 4: Training Frequency and Macronutrient Ratio The next principle in training after the first three have been met is: workout frequency.  Muscle growth only occurs while we rest.  If we train intensely every day we will soon stop making progress.  …

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DTS Basic Principle 1

The Dynamorphic Training System (DTS):  A return to first principles Basic Principle One: Exercise Form and Energy Equilibrium The first principle to learn in resistance training is a modification of a theory developed by the German anatomist and surgeon Julius Wolff (1836–1902) in the 19th century.   The original theory states that bone in a healthy …

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DTS: The need for principles of fitness

The Dynamorphic Training System (DTS): My own return to first principles “It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.” -Socrates Principles form the basis of how you think and how you move. As with all the sciences, human anatomy and movement, physiology …

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