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How Long does Mobility take?

Paul asked the following question inside the private group for Strength Health Mind Power Inner Circle members: “My naive question would be how to get good mobility work done in the shortest time possible. I was doing Pavel Tsatsouline’s routine from Super Joints (the easy one!) and it was taking 20-30 minutes. I don’t have […]

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How Thinking & State Alters Your Strength

This picture here is very important. So there is a lot of information going on in this image. The thing I want to focus on right now over on the left hand side of the page. Over here. Where it says, “Internal Representation, State, Physiology.” This is very important because you see these arrows are […]

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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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Improper Alignment Training

… And so here I go contradicting myself. Lately I have been preaching to everyone, especially through my articles, the importance of maintaining good posture through exercise and movement in order to prevent us from continuously adding fuel to the fire when it comes to muscular imbalances. And so I present the following question: should we […]

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How To Do Kettlebell Swings

In the age of technology, we tend to be a very sedentary population as a whole. No one can really deny that. That’s the way it is and it is how our society has developed. Some people work a nine-to-five job that requires them to be sedentary, and yet, others choose to be sedentary as […]

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Inverted Bodyweight Rows

Have you taken the time to examine your posture lately? If not, now would be as good a time as any. Take the moment to stand perpendicular or sideways to a mirror and imagine a line going from the lateral malleolus (outside ankle bone) to the approximate point of the earlobe. If you have good posture, this line should intersect the hip […]

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Kettlebell Goblet Squat

Dan John has always been one of my favorite strength and conditioning gurus to follow. Then again, I may be a tad bit biased considering we share the same love for throwing odd implements for a distance. Nonetheless, he’s a man who knows his stuff, and his ability to dumb-down difficult concepts nearly never fails. […]

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Handstand Hold for Time

Here is a great way to finish off your workouts whether you are doing just hand balancing or anything else by doing a handstand hold. Its really simple, too. Just kick up into a handstand against the wall and hold it there for as long as you can. Try to stretch your toes upward and […]

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