One of the worst things a new coach or athlete can do is force a fresh athlete to cut weight into a new weight class they're not ready for.Read More
Should I use leg drive in the bench press? Yes.
Is that cheating? Nope.
That looks like cheating. It’s not!
If you want to get stronger and build more muscle, whether it’s for your sport or personal development, the time is now. In this guide, you’ll find straight-forward information (and tips) for getting the most out of your programming and training.
Group training isn't training and group programming doesn't work. Here's why.Read More
Be a master of the basics. There isn't anything much more basic than standing properly and deep diaphragmatic breaths. Yet, very few can achieve this.Read More
Finished up my 13 week training cycle with some suprising results.Read More
Started the second phase of my training, increasing the intensity by ~10% and lowering the reps a little bit. Removing some of the training variations and narrowing in on the competitive lifts.Read More
"Conan the Barbarian chest" is a common cue I use to get athletes to engage their lats in weightlifting movements. This is done by emulating Arnold, flaring the lats, extending the spine, pulling the chest through and punching the knuckles downwards. This forces the bar into correct allignment and helps control the horizontal displacement of the bar.Read More
Here are a few quick tips for Squats and Bench Press, that I have been using lately to really refine my lifts.Read More
Follow me through a 13 week Powerlifting cycle on my quest to add 150lbs onto my total. This update I go over some strugles with RPE based training and eRead More