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Why We Don’t Back Squat

Telling people we don’t back squat usually gets one of two reactions. The first being that people think we are “soft” and not serious about training. The second actually relates to the first but in a different way. People will […]

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One Sided Strength for Better Stability Training

This week I’ve been dedicating a lot of discussion to both injury resiliency and stability training. Why? For one, if you hurt, you won’t achieve your fitness goals, I don’t care how tough you THINK you are! If you want […]

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Why Kettlebell Cleans Are Essential to Real World Power

Okay, let’s address the elephant in the room. Why is the “sandbag guy” talking about kettlebells? What “right” do I have to talk about kettlebells?! Well, as I’ve written many times, much of my excitement to explore old time strength […]

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Stability Training That Actually Works!

Sometimes we hear people bad mouth methods of training even though we all used them in the past. We play off like we knew the whole time that things didn’t work, but we really didn’t! A great example is the […]

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Biggest Key to Injury Resiliency

If there is anything that is impossible to argue when it comes to training, it HAS to be creating strategies that develop better injury resiliency. What MIGHT surprise you though is that probably one of the most important aspects of […]

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Why Train Your Glutes Like This!

After 15 years of doing the same thing it is easy to get burned out and frustrated by how slow change happens. While that is definitely possible and at times I’ve been a bit prone to those challenges, I try […]

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What’s A Good Warm-up?

Every time I get to be around great coaches, I become better myself! That is why after our DVRT level 1 certification this past weekend in Southern California, I was excited to get to spend a small amount of time […]

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Is Our Fitness Building Athleticism

When it came to releasing our final installments of our L.I.F.T. certification, it made sense to bring in someone who has such a unique and high level of understanding of subjects like programming and locomotion. It made sense that if […]

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Most Important Ideas for Successful Workouts

When it comes to having successful workouts people always rush to look for “magical” exercises, training equipment, and so forth. Sadly, they are often looking at the wrong places because the real success of a workout is far more about […]

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