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Joint Strength

Too much attention is put on the muscles, and not enough on the other tissues of the body. In this article, we’re diving deep into the topic of joint strength, a little talked about subject. Now a joint may be considered the synovial cavity, and synovial fluid that fills the inside. But a joint is also […]

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Card Tearing Technique

Often times when I introduce myself in new settings I’ll do a feat of strength. Lately, I bring a couple decks of cards with me and tear them in half. I use to use phonebooks because they were readily available, but that’s not the case anymore. It shows and tells people a little bit about […]

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Legendary Viking Log Lift

This got spread around on Facebook a whole bunch the other day. Its very cool, for a number of reasons, so I felt it was worth sharing here too. Plus I’m a fan of the Game of Thrones show which just makes it even more cool. Hafthor Bjornsson, who plays “The Mountain” in Game of […]

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Strengthen Your Structure and the 1000 lb. Club

The majority of fitness and even strength training is focused on the muscles and also the cardiovascular system. But that’s not all there is to having a strong and fit body. If you only focus on your muscles, they may be strong but what about everything else? Injuries can and do occur in the tendons […]

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Strong Tendons, Ligaments and Bones

Are you looking to build strong tendons, ligaments and bones? This video and article will show you what this means and more importantly how to do it. Make sure to avoid a big mistake that many bodybuilders (and the people who follow their training info) commonly do, and how this can lead to injuries of […]

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Book Review: The Key to Might and Muscle

In the physical culture book club I may have saved the best for last. The Key to Might and Muscle by George F. Jowett is one of the best books overall for learning what it takes to become very strong and build up a great body. I’ve read it in the past and was pleased […]

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