May 27, 2018

This video is a very in-depth explanation to an excellent question on my last YouTube video. Most comments can be answered in just a few written sentences, but, I knew that this one would've been good for everyone to hear and much better received over a video than me just typing a few key points out. Again, too many people are concerned with "overtraining" when in reality they're just they're just wasting valuable time. As long as you're eating and resting a sufficient amount, treating your body well AND take the time to understand you own physical abilities, then you'll be f.i.n.e. Advanced programs with private videos available...

May 10, 2018

A lot of people tend to ask me this question and I'll refer them to a previous video I made but I guess I left it more "up in the air" and almost left them more confused than even before they watched the video. To put it simply, overtraining is a myth. Your body will adjust to whatever you put it through and end up recovering faster and stronger if you do it on a consistent basis. This doesn't mean that you should be training for 14 hours a day at a crazy intensity. In fact, most of the people I talk to about overtraining are the ones who don't train enough. They'll say, "I don't want to get too big," or, "I just want to look nor...

May 9, 2018

Check out these 5 simple dribbling drills you can do anywhere! Change up the tempo, use a ball with no grip or wait until my next video to really start challenging your hand-eye coordination and the way you play basketball! Let me know what you think of this video and if you want more videos like this! 

May 9, 2018

Episode 117 of the SKIGH Vlog takes a little bit of a different turn as I review one of my absolute favorite basketball shoes that I have ever owned. I'm not a "shoe junkie" but I've worn this shoe long enough to know what it's best for! The pair I'm holding in my hand is the fourth Drose 6 shoe I've ever owned. Listen as I talk about why I HIGHLY suggest this shoe on certain surfaces but why I've been straying away from using it on others! Keep grinding, God Bless. 

May 7, 2018

Over the last 10 years in this basement, I transformed my body, mind and, of course, my vertical. I put 20" on my max vert, took my bench went from 85lbs. to 325lbs., my squat from 65lbs. to 415lbs. and my deadlift from 185lbs. (started deadlifting later in 2013) to 508lbs, I started lifting weights in 2008 after I got a Bench Press Set from Sears from my oldest sister. I got some weights, a few dumbbells and made it a point to stay fit. As I got older and outgrew my equipment, I flipped my old stuff and ended up making money so that I could buy nicer machines. This video will show you my beautiful, full gym. As I travel more, I...

May 6, 2018

I see dozens, if not, hundreds of people struggle to get their first dunk on a certain rim height (whether that be 9', 9'6", 10'), But, I go into detail as to why it's not as effective going after a rim height that you just can't handle yet - both physically and mentally. When you try to dunk on a 10' rim 2-3 times a week for 45+ minutes at a time but your max* dunk height is 9'6" and you can only get it 5-10% of the time, you may be doing more "harm" than good. I compare this to lifting: You wouldn't do working sets of 475lbs, on squats if your max is only 415lbs., correct? Trying to consistently lift an amount of weight that yo...

May 5, 2018

This is a vlog I'd rather you hear more than you read! Excited for SKIGH this summer!! 

May 4, 2018

First Dunk Session of the Summer was a success! No matter which way I look at it, I came back from a 9-month injury stronger and more athletic than ever. I was ridiculously excited for last summer's potential dunk sessions so that was definitely crushing but...I'm baaaaaackk! 

May 3, 2018

9'10" Rim - 5'8" Me = 50"

50" - 5" away from the rim (not exact measurements so email me with disagreements) = 45" height check.

I was pretty happy with my first dunk session back! This is one dunk in super slow mo to appreciate the vert here (for my sake). Check out the next vlog for some raw footage! 

May 1, 2018

Being sore from a dunk session I had yesterday, there needs to be a strategy behind how I prepare for another dunk session tomorrow (two days later in total). Right now, I don't really have my "Summer legs" which means I can't just go dunk whenever and wherever at the moment. I'll start off the day with my water, green smoothie and coffee. I had a bagel and a roll for a few extra carbs before I cut my lawn in my sweatshirt and sweatpants. After that, I sweat it out just casually shooting around. I'll finish the night by going on a walk for about 2 miles and then coming back, softball rolling my muscles out, stretching and then so...

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