Strength

16 Oct You’re Only as Strong as Your Weakest Link: Why Not Training All Aspects of Strength is Keeping You Weak

You’ve probably heard the recycled proverb that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link. It’s usually used when describing the importance of teamwork in business or some other less formal organization. But you’ve probably also heard that the human body is like this...

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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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07 May How To Program For Training On a Budget: Insight From a College Wrestling Strength Coach

How To Program For Training On a Budget: Insight from a College Wrestling Strength Coach   Life’s not fair. Plain and simple. But taking the back seat and weeping about one’s petty struggles is for the fragile man. In a collegiate setting the major three (football, basketball, baseball)...

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10 Jan Want to Rehab Your Shouler? Stop Wasting Time and Pick Up Something Heavy

Want to Rehab Your Shoulder? Stop Wasting Time and Pick Up SOmething Heavy   [caption id="attachment_642" align="alignleft" width="384"] http://www.flickr.com/photos/everydaypants/5112015200/[/caption] I remember when I first heard and older lifter talk about doing deadlifts to help reduce his shoulder pain. I thought it was a good joke. The guy was...

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