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How to Train for an Obstacle Course

Jason asks: “I love watching your strength videos and what you’ve been able to accomplish. Ever since I’ve found your company and have been taking your herbs its been amazing! I had question about obstacle course racing training and in your opinion, what is the best way to prepare for one. “ The ideal way […]

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Easy Bodyweight Grip Hanging Progressions

The other day, an endurance athlete who was involved in Spartan Races asked me for some grip training advice. Without diving into complex equipment, I laid out these ideas for easy bodyweight grip hanging progressions. This is a low-equipment way anyone can use to develop strong hands and fingers. The basics are a: Two-handed bar […]

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PR Report 1-10-14

I’ve been working on my flexibility for the most part this week. I shot this video which shows me doing an isometric stretching variation in both the front splits and the side. You can see me get lower with each tense and release. I can tell I’ve already improved my flexibility this week stretching on […]

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Five Reasons to Start Bending Nails

The following is a guest post from Jedd Johnson. If you’re not familiar with Jedd you should be. He’s the co-founder of DieselCrew.com which is one of the best strength site out there. He’s also a CSCS through the NSCA, and recently got his RKC through Dragondoor. Here he’ll be talking about the benefits you […]

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