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6 Strength Training Measuring Sticks

How do you match up? While you shouldn’t necessarily compare yourself to other people out there, it can be useful from time to time.These six measuring sticks can be helpful guidelines for how you might want to structure your training and what your weak points might be. Deadlift – Bodyweight X 2 Back Squat – […]

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Progressive Eating

Yesterday, we discussed my plans to gain some muscle to help with my training goal, and how you might want to gain or shed the weight for your goals. (If you missed that you can find it on the blog here.) If gaining some muscle helps you, then training is one part of the equation. […]

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Mass with Kettlebells

I’m putting on some muscle. I’ve known I should do this for a while, but I’m finally doing it. Why? Because adding some muscle to my frame will help me hit my main goal with the beast snatch test. What about for your goals? Recently, fasting over the new year and traveling (I know some […]

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Nadia Comaneci Mental Training

Shortly after Max listened to the Skill & Technique Maximizer Hypnosis he sent this in: “When I worked again on the snatch technique this week, I have used for the first time also the hypnosis audio track for technique and it also significantly helped me in the training then. “I also found it interesting that […]

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Quick Bodyweight Workout when Traveling

As mentioned previously, I was traveling in Guatemala for a week. On my shorter travels I typically don’t workout — just getting a solid workout in before I go, and then getting right back into it upon my return. I use the travel time to recoup, kind of like a short deload period. But a […]

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Sleep Infographic for Athletes

Recover While You Sleep

You have a training plan and a nutrition plan.  But do either include sleep? Studies show that sleep is as vital to an athlete as exercise and nutrition. We all hear that we should get 5-8 hours of sleep.  But did you know that the quality of your sleep is even more important? Don’t know how […]

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Tai Chi

Relaxation vs. Tension

I was talking to a friend of mine about Tai Chi just yesterday. “My teacher is always saying that you want to be both soft and hard. Too many people that engage in tai chi or qi gong, only ever practice the softness, and thus are missing one side of the equation.” I replied, “That’s […]

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Anti-Stress Recharge Routine

I got back from Guatemala a week ago, where I spent a week in the Mayan ruins and the rainforest. It was an incredible and fully present journey for me. And when back home, it was back into the fray: working away on the computer, catching up, then plowing forward on multiple projects. A bit […]

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Removing Pain Overnight

This is pretty amazing… Hay Logan, Was debating on weather or not to write you as this was just too strange and probably wouldn’t happen for most people but……. I have been dealing with a achillies tendon problem on my right ankle for close to a year. PT helped a little but then I just […]

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