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Chest to Bar Pullups

A question comes in from Laid regarding chest to bar pullups: I have a question about body weight exercise. In fact, about pull-ups. I’ve tried many different approaches but I’m pretty bad in them. I can do 10 chin-ups without problem even more, but with pull-ups I can do 3-4 pull-ups and none of them […]

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Strength is a Skill (What does this mean?)

What does it mean when you hear strength is a skill? This quote, originally from Pavel Tsatsouline, changed how I viewed strength. I read through his book, The Naked Warrior, applied some of the techniques and was instantly stronger. That had never happened before, and it instantly opened my eyes to a new way of […]

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Who Wins? Strength vs. Endurance

Kevin asks: “I would say the number one thing I am seeking is understanding how strength helps individuals with endurance events. Example, I did the Leadville Silver Rush 50 mile foot race and trained for a year. I am not a runner just hard headed. Well, then I could only squat about 175lbs. the 7900ft […]

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6 Strength Training Measuring Sticks

How do you match up? While you shouldn’t necessarily compare yourself to other people out there, it can be useful from time to time.These six measuring sticks can be helpful guidelines for how you might want to structure your training and what your weak points might be. Deadlift – Bodyweight X 2 Back Squat – […]

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Strength Training Injury Free

In one form or another this is one of the most common questions I receive regarding staying injury free from training. Thanks for the free gifts Logan!! What do I want to achieve through my training? Well real quickly, a little backdrop on myself. I am 42 yrs old, and in reality I have not […]

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Dragondoor’s Health and Strength Conference 2016

Dragondoor announced last week the second annual Health and Strength Conference. I spoke there last year, on the subject of mental training, and I’ll be doing so again this year, along with others including Dan John, Al Kavadlo, Max Shank, Jon Bruney and many others. Hope to see you there! And if you are coming […]

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The Grocery Stocker Workout

Got this interested questions in from Timothy last week and felt I’d share it with you. Hello Logan, I just recently purchased your ebook Mental Muscle. It’s very good, I haven’t finished it yet. My question for you is what type of exercises should I do to prepare to be a grocery stocker? I work […]

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Float Tanks to Refine Your Breathing?

While I was in San Diego the other week I finally went to a sensory deprivation tank. Been meaning to try one of those out for a long time and finally I did. For those that haven’t experienced or heard about these you get into a pitch black tank float naked in heavily salted warm […]

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7 Applications of Breathing

Yesterday we covered the 6 principles of breathing… Today we cover how those principles are used for different purposes. Breathing is about many things. Health Lung Capacity Strength Endurance Flexibility Relaxation Energy Circulation And so I group the 31 or so exercises I covered in Upgrade Your Breath into these different categories. There is no […]

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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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