Programming

26 Oct Minimalist Strength Training For The Busy Lifter – A How To Guide

by Nick I've learned some things during my time as a personal trainer: To be the top tier trainer in your area, the majority of your clientele ought to be financially successful people. Financially successful people usually don’t spend their lives in the gym. Financially successful people pay you the big...

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17 Aug How Nick Went From a Debilitating Back Injury To Increasing His Deadlift By 135 Pounds

Note from Jesse: It needs to be mentioned that in 2011, Nick had to sit out a wrestling season because of a fractured L4/L5 (that's in the spine for those unfamiliar with anatomy). During his rehab, he was told not to do any weight training that involved...

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07 Jan Hanging Out With John Gaglione

If you don't know who John Gaglione is, you probably haven't read much in the last few years on how to get strong. John has written for T-Nation, Men's Health, and EliteFTS among other publications and always puts out great, practical content. More importantly, John...

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18 Nov My Hopefully Non-Cliche, Top 4 Reason Why You’re Not as Strong as You Want

    When I first started blogging and writing articles, I’d wonder everyone else seemed to write bulleted list articles. Seemed overdone. But after reading some books on effective copy writing, I realized it’s because readers love them. They’re easy to process. Being honest, I love them...

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23 Jul Simplify Your Training By Concentrating It

Simplify Your Training By Concentrating It   [caption id="attachment_1265" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Photo:https://www.flickr.com/photos/helmuthess/[/caption]     It’s time to confess, I’m guilty of complicating things. I was around a bunch of very accomplished professional strength and conditioning coaches when I was starting off in my career . If you've never been part of this...

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