Tom Hardy TRAPS WORKOUT Secret (and why you should copy it!)

Long before becoming “Bane” in this past Summer’s Batman sequel blockbuster, Tom Hardy was busy developing a cult following from a lesser known movie (but WAY better in my opinion)….called “WARRIOR” While his character was definitely a badass It wasn’t … Continue reading

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The Path to the Platform

By Marshall Johnson More often then not, I have been my own worst enemy in preparing for the platform. There are many ways to sabotage yourself in preparing for a meet. I have only been a power lifter for about … Continue reading


 

The #1 Workout Sin Revealed AND…it has NOTHING to do with YOU!

If you’ve seen any of my many YouTube videos you’ve probably heard me say 1,000 times that if you want to build athletic muscle you must avoid overtraining, and train with a purpose in mind! Working out just to say … Continue reading


 

WHY ATHLETES SHOULD BE LEAN

Why athletes should be Lean? Summer is approaching fast, and I know many of you want to be buff, not only for the beach, but also for your upcoming football season. In this 3-part series, I will share with you … Continue reading


 

Timed Drop Sets – Sports Specific Training

Timed Drop Sets! One of the tougher Wednesday Workouts yet! This one however does require a gym or some equipment, but is a killer!! I will give you 2 way to complete this one. Make sure you have a weight … Continue reading


 

A Case for Training the Neck

By Ralph Cornwell, Jr., Ph.D. (abd) To protect athletes from concussions and other head injuries, strength coaches should focus on strengthening the neck and trapezius muscles. In fact, the author argues that neck strengthening should be a training priority. In … Continue reading


 

STRENGTH TRAINING FOR AEROBIC ATHLETES

What Can Aerobic Athletes Learn from Strength Athletes? For too long, few people have not been willing to bridge the gap between how aerobic athletes and strength athletes train. It is as though they are on different sides of the … Continue reading


 

WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A STRENGTH COACH

What to Look for in a Strength Coach/Personal Trainer? If you are just getting into the spirit of using a strength coach or personal trainer and want to know what to look for, hopefully I can offer some advice. I … Continue reading


 

POSTURE IN SPORTS

Up to 70% of amateur athletes have poor posture. Poor posture indicates muscles under stress. When muscles have to work too hard they are not as efficient or effective as they could be. Some Ways Poor Posture Develops: As a … Continue reading

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HOW TO USE CHAINS & BANDS

Accommodated Chains and Bands If man does not live on bread alone, he won’t develop on free weights alone, either. When you ascend in a squat, the axis of your ankle, knee and hip joints constantly change, so your leverage … Continue reading

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