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On a very basic level, there are are only two ways to get stronger. The first type of strength training program depends on full recovery. The second relies on overreaching.
Most of my clients don’t know that they don’t know how to activate glutes. So if you want to test your basic bum control OR if you need a simple activation drill to practice and improve your glute control/coordination, this one’s for you.
Developing mind muscle connection to the point of being able to feel the right muscles working for each repetition set builds better strength, control, and more muscle. Here’s how to apply this principle specifically to lat pull-ups and pull-downs.
There are lots of ways to plan a week of training, but here are some the fundamentals that go into most of my programs for clients. If you feel like your program is broken and you’re not making progress, you’ll want to investigate these areas.
Sometimes we have days when we need more warm-up sets to get our body firing on all cylinders. Here’s how to plan a warm-up that’ll have you feeling less sluggish when you lift.
I want to share a very useful tip that I was reminded of recently: Don’t waste your shots.
There are 4 huge keys to doing a perfect push-up. In this video, I walk you through each point of how to do a perfect pushup in detail, so you can master this important exercise.
When I’m writing a program I like to think about how many weeks we’ll be “up” and how many weeks we’ll be “down”.
If you feel the biggest stretch in your calfs when you reach down to touch your toes, your calfs are too tight and probably holding you back. These 3 methods are just what your calfs need to feel great again.
How wide should you grip the bar in a military press / shoulder press? Well, it's pretty simple.