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ASS TO GRASS SQUATING

In any training environment the Ass to Grass squat looks awesome, but is it the best way to squat?

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EXERCISE, TRAINING AND PRACTICE - WHERE'S THE DIFFERENCE

What is exactly is the difference between exercise, training and practice? 

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ESSENTIALS OF BARBELL PROGRAMMING - PART 4

The Novice, the Intermediate ad the need to train based on your training.

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WHY YOU SHOULD BE DEADLIFTING

Picking things up off the ground is part of human heritage. It has been with us since the dawn of man and is still part of our every day lives. 

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ESSENTIALS OF BARBELL PROGRAMMING - PART 3

In ESSENTIALS OF BARBELL PROGRAMMING - PART 3, We highlight the difference between the One Step Theory, also known as the principle of Supercompensation, and the Two Step Theory, also known as the Fitness-Fatigue Model. Which one is correct?

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ESSENTIALS OF PROGRAMMING - PART 2

The topic of this blog will begin where I left off, at the most basic of Programming principles; which is linear progression, or the ‘One Factor Theory’. This is where I start off most of my trainees, and it usually proves successful, at least for a while, if progress stalls, there is a reason. Understanding the reason is not always as easy.

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ESSENTIALS OF BARBELL PROGRAMMING - PART 1

The art of programing in Barbell Training is not difficult; it is insanely difficult and in most cases, it really is a game of trial and error. There are so many variables that need to be taken into consideration, a “one size fits MOST” is not even conceivable. Don’t take me wrong, at the start its pretty straight forward, or it would seem to be anyway. 

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PROTEIN INTAKE - PART 2

In part 1 we briefly discussed “how much protein do I need?”. Today we will discuss the ideal timing for protein intake and some common misconceptions that prevails in regards to optimal protein synthesis.

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PROTEIN INTAKE - PART 1

How much protein do we really need? In part 1 we discuss how much protein one really needs on a daily basis...

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Weight Loss or Fat Loss?

The common concept that a successful “diet”is determined by the amount of weight reduction on the scale and a clear visual change, (while wearing clothes) is complete hogwash.

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