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What is Perfect Form?

I received a response from one of my earlier articles where I stated that I’m not all that concerned with good form in my exercises. This is very much in contrast with what most people believe, so it is worth going into more detail. Good Form = No Injuries and Bad Form = Injuries? I […]

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Bob Peoples on the Deadlift

Another post in Strongman Profile series has just been put up on Breaking Muscle. Strongman Profile: Bob Peoples Schools Us on the Deadlift Bob Peoples deadlifted 725lbs at 181lbs bodyweight and at the age of forty. This was back in the 1949, on his farm, with limited training equipment, and before the deadlift became popular. Although […]

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PR Report 10-19-13

As I mentioned last week I did belief change work around heavy squats. Since doing that, squats have been in every one of my workouts and I’m making great progress. Of interesting note, in doing research on Bob Peoples for an upcoming article, he stated that he like to deadlift for awhile until he started […]

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Bob Peoples

John Robert Peoples (Bob Peoples) was born on August 2nd in 1910 and he was never small or weak. He grew up on a farm where he started training at the age of 9, using his father’s 50 pound dumbbells and heavy stuff around the farm he could lift. Until he moved to his own […]

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