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992 Total Testosterone

Recently, I got my latest blood work back. And I was happy to find I hit a new PR in both total and free testosterone! 992 ng/dL Total Testosterone And my Free Testosterone came in at 17.2 ng/dL. I have a post going into more detail about the results over at Lost Empire. I’m sharing it […]

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How Stretching makes You Weaker

The research pretty much agrees. Static stretching before exercise makes you weaker. In 2013, Luka Simic et al did a review of all the studies on the topic, as written in “Does pre-exercise static stretching inhibit maximal muscular performance? A meta-analytical review.” They found a total of 104 studies. These studies looked at strength, power […]

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How Long does Mobility take?

Paul asked the following question inside the private group for Strength Health Mind Power Inner Circle members: “My naive question would be how to get good mobility work done in the shortest time possible. I was doing Pavel Tsatsouline’s routine from Super Joints (the easy one!) and it was taking 20-30 minutes. I don’t have […]

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No Two Words More Harmful than “Good Job”

One of my favorite movies to come out in recent years is Whiplash which won several Oscars. If you’re not familiar with it, here’s the link to it in IMDB. If you haven’t seen it I HIGHLY recommend that you do. Many people probably look at it quite differently than I do, as a sad […]

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As Good as Steroids?

An interesting question… Dorian asks, “Can your Testosterone and HGH programs work as good as steroids and HGH injections?” My first reaction to this was of course not…but there are two sides to this. The answer depends on what you mean by “work as good”. With steroids, testosterone replacement, or growth hormone injections, you can […]

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Develop Strong Grip With a Help of Edward Aston

Another article from the Strongman Profile series at Breaking Muscle has just been published. Strongman Profile: Edward Aston Teaches the Basics of Grip Strength Edward Aston is not one of the better-known old-time strongmen, but he deserves to be. Aston beat out Maxick for the World’s Middle-Weight-Lifting Championship in 1910. The following year, he won […]

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Sanford showing an impressing back muscles for 70 year old

Sanford Bennett

Sanford Bennett, born in 1841, was most famous for growing young at the age of 70. At around 50 years old, Sanford suffered from a wide range of chronic diseases and many wrinkles made him look much older than he actually was. He tried to solve his health issues through conventional medicine with no success. […]

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Review of The World’s Strongest Librarian

I’ve known Josh Hanagarne, the author of The World’s Strongest Librarian, for a couple years now. I was sent a copy of his book by his publisher to ask for a review. Seeing as I love to read I said absolutely. If you don’t know Josh he run’s a site by the same name – […]

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Looking for Fat Loss?

Many people who come to my site are more advanced trainees. And I have fun teaching them the most advanced stuff I can. And there’s also people just looking to get started and get in shape who arrive at my site. Sometimes I receive an email saying “You’re courses look great but they seem so […]

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Q1 2013 Testimonial Contest Winner

Every three months I hold a contest for the best testimonials I receive. The prize is your choice of $100 cash or $200 in product credit. This winner is drawn at random from the best testimonials I receive during that period of time. Here is the winning testimonial: “I love these videos because Steve Justa […]

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