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First Hint of New Isometric Results

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Yesterday I shared an article about a distinction I use daily in my training. Am I practicing a movement? Am I training a movement? Am I testing a movement?  While there is certainly overlap, deciding ahead of time what I am doing helps to get better results. As you likely …

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Weak Links in Injuries

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Charlie commented on my article about training weak links last week. (If you missed that you can see both parts here and here.  He asks, “How did you ever think of these? I had a right shoulder problem a few years back and did all the standard PT stretches and …

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Training the Weakest Link (Part 2)

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Yesterday, I shared the principle behind what I’m talking about here. That cable assistance exercise series I mention seemed to really be working the shoulder joint. In fact, it got to the point where that did NOT feel like it was the weak link anymore. Instead, I needed more torso …

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Training the Weakest Link (Part 1)

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Everyone has heard the saying “a chain is only as strong as its weakest link.” This is a principle of training I’ve been exploring more the past couple years in my training. The best way to get stronger at an exercise is not always focusing just on that exercise. Yes, …

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Light Weights vs Heavy Weights

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Question about light weights vs. heavy weights for strength What is better to use, heavy weights or light weights? Marcelo asks: I want to build well-rounded athleticism and strength and have followed some of the workouts from some of your programs and books such as Deceptive Strength and Indestructible body. …