The uneducated client may demand crushing explosive exercise to achieve results. Ironically, the pro athletes most capable of explosive moves know that fast is easy, while slow is hard. They use slow to build their strongest body. Fast exercise uses momentum, while slow-tempo, whole-body drills recruit more musculature and demand greater effort and focus. Your heart and muscles will be tested. Your brain stimulated. Your spirit ignited.
Peter Twist, MSc, is the president and CEO of Twist Conditioning, Inc. He is an exercise physiologist with a specialization in coaching science. Having coached in the NHL for 11 years, Peter has worked with over 700 professional athletes. Peter received the National Strength and Conditioning Association's 1998 President's Award and the Can-Fit-Pro 2003 Specialty Presenter of the Year award. Certifications: NSCA ... read more.