#1 Mistake You Make While Strength Training

“I don’t count my sit-ups. I only start counting when it starts hurting. When I feel pain, that’s when I start counting, because that’s when it really counts.” – Muhammad Ali Imagine this scenario. You’re in the gym, you’re psyched, last week you completed 3 reps of the same weight. You approach the weight with…

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Top Exercise of the Week: Snatch Grip Rack Pull

In the Snatch Grip Rack Pull, the wider snatch grip puts more emphasis on the upper back compared to conventional deadlifts and also increases full body range of motion. The increased range of motion throughout the body promotes greater muscle growth and more neural adaptations resulting in greater strength. We suggest starting the pull from…

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The Little Known Trait for Success and Medication for Failure

Thomas Edison was an inventor. Edison held 1,093 patents to his name. Tinkering, building and creating the things that have transformed into those that we use today. According to Edison, his Light Bulb went through 6,000 test variations before he found the right filament to make it work. He was a man who, if you…

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From Land to Water and Iron: Meet Teresa – Living Proof That All Women Can Strength Train

When you meet her you’ll know. A big ball of bright energy, Teresa is one who will capture your heart with her charisma and attitude. Don’t mistake her stature for her uncanny ability to out perform you in everything, she can undoubtedly pull her weight, and more, literally. Teresa was kind enough to let us…

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A Step-By-Step Guide: How To Do A Push Up

Push ups are kind of a big deal. They are considered the standard, routine and after-thought of physically fit individuals. But what happens if you can’t do a push up? Where would you start? How do you practice? How do you progress? More importantly, how do you scale it back to something you’re able to…

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