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Why You Should Avoid Buying Kettlebells in Stores

Kettlebells are fun to use, so it’s no wonder the kettlebells found in stores are often taken for a test swing by curious shoppers. Unfortunately, most of these shoppers don’t know the difference in quality between what they’re swinging and what a high-quality kettlebell retailer can provide. A high-quality kettlebell is just as important to […]

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Standard stretching sucks… Here’s what to do about it

The following is a guest article from Peter Tzemis, creator of Anabolic Stretching. Stretching. Most people just don’t do it. And I don’t blame them – considering half the time you feel like your just wasting time sitting in uncomfortable positions. The main problem with conventional stretching programs is that they often work against your […]

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Best Bodyweight Exercises For Maximizing Testosterone And Growth Hormone Response

When was the last time you performed a full bodyweight workout? Chances are, not recently. We don’t blame you; after all it is not commercially “sexy”. Yes, even though bodyweight workouts remain an effective way to jack testosterone and growth hormone levels through the roof, they are undeservedly frowned upon because there is nothing to […]

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How to Do Squats with Proper Technique

The following is a guest article from Paul Vandyken. Squats are a multi-joint exercise that engages most of the large muscles of our lower body. They hit our glutes, hips, hamstrings and thighs. Squats done properly are also perfect for our cardiovascular system. And if you’re looking for great butt exercises, then this is for […]

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Master the Chaos of Combat with This Simple Strategy

“No Battle Plan Survives Contact With the Enemy” – German military strategist Helmuth von Moltke. Combat in all forms, whether on the battlefield, the sports field or arena, or the business boardroom is always extremely chaotic; nothing ever goes according to plan. But just because no plan survives first contact with the enemy does not […]

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Power Up with the Right Shoes

When it comes to lifting weights, you work on a dozen different things but you rarely ever think about your shoes. However, your shoes can play a big role in how successful you are at making your body stronger or they can be a hindrance to your performance. Non-Standard Shoes Many guys don’t worry about what they have […]

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The Relationship between Posture, Breath and Attitude

The human race is at the top of the food chain. We are arguably the most gifted creatures on the planet with regards to intelligence and the ability to make complex decisions. We have the most intricate and evolved nervous systems on the planet, which allows us to think, move and respond in ways that […]

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The Three Jolly Germans by George F. Jowett

The following is an article from George F. Jowett about the Saxon trio. The Saxon Trio – what a name to conjure with – a name, to me, reminiscent of happy hours dramatized with amazing deeds of strength. Arthur, Herman and Kurt Saxon. Three brothers who represented altogether a mountain of colossal strength never surpassed. […]

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A Breath of Fresh Power

The following is a guest article from Jarell Lindsey. I want to present a concept to you. Walk through this scenario with me, if you will. You, right here and now, are tired, more so than you’ve been in a long time. The stress on your body and mind is something fierce, yet you’ve got […]

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Strengthen Your Back with Water Bottles

This is a guest video from Wesley Virgin

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