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Beast Pistol Squat

I’ve done beast pistols before but this is the first time in a while. I was happy to be able to get a rep the first time I tried without it being too much of a struggle. Now, I’ll be working up to a few reps in this shortly. I’m not a strict bodyweight guy […]

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The Double Shrimp Squat

The following is what I like to call the double shrimp squat, sometimes also called the advanced shrimp squat. I first picked up this move from Al Kavadlo. The single shrimp squat, that is with just one hand behind you holding onto the foot is an easier version and a preliminary step to this one. […]

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What is Your Motivation Source?

There are two ways you can be motivated. You can be motivated internally from yourself. And you can be motivated externally by others. Both are discussed more in this video: Hey it’s Logan Christopher back from Legendary Strength to talk about some mental frames and specifically, motivation. If you missed the previous video that’s where […]

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What is Your Motivation Direction?

There are two ways you can be motivated. You can be motivated to move TOWARDS something. And you can be motivated to move AWAY FROM something. Both are discussed more in this video: Hey, it’s Logan Christopher from Legendary Strength and today I want to talk about mental frames. What I mean by this is […]

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What is the Best Music for Working Out?

Today I want to talk about music in working out. Now with music, like with so many things, there is no one right way of doing it. Not one general, right way for everyone to do it. Instead, there are benefits and drawbacks to different forms of music to use or not use in your […]

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Should I Be Symmetrical in Strength?

I copy a conversation thread with a customer below as I figure some other people will find it interesting and useful. It covers how to target weak spots as well, body symmetry, and whether or not to aim for this. Enjoy! Laid writes: “If you remember I recently wrote you about my inability to do […]

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Quartering a Deck of Cards

Halving or tearing a deck of cards is when you tear it in two. Then you can tear one of these halves in two, which means quartering a deck of cards. I’ve been working on my card tearing again lately and this video marks a PR for me. I’ve quartered plenty of decks before, but […]

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Full Deep Vacuum Box Breathing

A new breathing combination routine I’ve been doing which involves box breathing and the abdominal vacuum, along with a few other finer points. Details can be found inside of the August’s Strength Health Mind Power Inner Circle newsletter titled “My New Favorite Breathing Exercise…Full Deep Vacuum Box Breathing”. Become a member here.

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Research Benefits of Deep Breathing Exercises

What Deep Breathing Does for You Recently I came across some new papers on the benefits of deep breathing exercises. Like this paper titled, “Physiology of long pranayamic breathing: neural respiratory elements may provide a mechanism that explains how slow deep breathing shifts the autonomic nervous system.” (Yep, they pretty much all have long convoluted […]

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Progression Keys – The Max Set

e continue the series on the keys to progression. Today a deep dive into why the max set is best.. To understand some of the terms used, read that first article in this current series, Progression Keys – Intensity, Volume, Density, Quality, RPE right here. As mentioned, strength training is all about progression. Get this […]

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