My name is Aaron. I started Cyberdine Training Systems because I wanted to provide effective strength training programs that would build power and speed for people who want to get super strong. Being strong and getting stronger is something I love. I love learning about it, I love doing it, and I love teaching it to others.
Here at CyberdineTrainingSystems.com you can get quality training advice and programs for increasing strength and speed to improve your performance. I offer a unique method of strength training that is inspired by both classic methods like the Bulgarian method and more contemporary ideas like daily undulating periodization. My training method focuses on neurological training that minimizes soreness. Therein lies the greatest benefit to the athlete. These methods can be done along side skills training without the interference of muscle soreness you get from most programs.
If you want to get strong and fast for any reason, even if it’s just to be strong and fast, then this site is for you. If you just want to feel and look better by getting leaner and more muscular, I have a little of that too.
A little about me, I was an amateur MMA fighter for a while. I started doing Tae-Kwon-Do in 2001 when I was 11 years old. From there I got into kickboxing, BJJ and MMA. I also like to arm wrestle here and there. Training and competing in these sports taught me a lot about the human body. It gave me some incite as to how we can improve ourselves when it comes to physical skills. That’s where my passion for strength training began. I love all types of strength sports, power lifting, weightlifting, sprinting, long jump, you name it. That also includes combat sports like MMA, kickboxing and BJJ.
Training for fights is how I got into strength training. I started learning all I could from different trainers and courses. I realized during my training that strength does play a role in developing technical skill. I used to believe you only needed a minimum level of strength, and anything more would be a waist of energy. I thought technical skill was all you needed.
I wasn’t completely wrong. Technical skill is what’s most important, but there are other things to consider. One being when two athletes have near equal training and experience, strength, speed and stamina are often the deciding factors. Not to mention, speed is of great importance in combat sports and other sports. The best way to get faster is with resistance training.
The other thing to consider is something I noticed in some of my training partners and something I came to find worked for me. Training your body to get stronger makes it easier to not only apply physical techniques, but even learning them is easier.
I was very intrigued when I watched people who hadn’t trained nearly as long as me, progress to nearly my level of technical skill or, more importantly, practical application in a relatively short period of time. I noticed that these people either did regular strength training, or they had jobs or lifestyles that required them to be strong through their daily activities.
Undergoing serious strength training programs myself, I was pleasantly surprised at the improvement I saw in my ability to both apply my technical skills and learn new skills. I found that strength training taught me to have more control over my body. From then on, I’ve been hooked. I’ve studied strength training methods. I’ve read from and listened to coaches, some great and some not so good. I’ve taken courses and done my own experimentations in order to learn all I can about strength training. Now I’m ready to share it with you.
If you ever struggle with your training, I’ve been where you are, and I know how to help you.
I am certified in the fundamentals of program design, specializing in relative strength, by Poliquin Group, and I’ve applied what I’ve learned over the years to make great strength training programs.