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Training Log Update – January 2013

It’s been way too long since I posted a training log update. Actually, I haven’t said a word about my training since my last powerlifting meet way back in November. But there’s a reason for that. After setting a handful

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Best of 2012: New Exercises

This addition of “Best of 2012” highlights my four favorite exercises I’ve started doing this year. I’ve included exercises for power, mobility, upper body and lower body. Each one played an integral role in helping me set multiple PRs and

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The Problem with Most Chest Exercises

What’s the hardest thing to do in the gym? Find an unoccupied bench press on Monday (or Tuesday or Wednesday…). Bench press is the most popular exercise in America because everyone wants a big, impressive chest. And somehow, the bench

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What’s In Your Gym Bag? 10 Training Tools Everyone Should Have – Part 2

In the first part of this post, we talked about five pieces of training equipment that everyone should have in their gym bag. Here are five more key tools that ensure you can get a great training session no matter

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Training Update – Enter Sheiko

I’ve been doing a lot more training than writing lately. I would venture to say a lot of online fitness personalities should follow suit. I finished up the last sessions of my max effort/rep effort training cycle and now I’m

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Training Log – 8.18.12 – Rep Effort Upper

Sometimes things don’t go as planned. I traveled back to my home state of Vermont for my girlfriend’s brother’s wedding last weekend, and my work schedule the previous week hadn’t allowed me to get out to Xceleration. I always do

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10 Tips for Cranky Elbows, Part 1

I was pretty lucky during my college baseball career that I never suffered any of the “traditional” baseball injuries (rotator cuff, labrum, UCL, etc.). Minus a strained oblique during the first week of my senior season (an injury that is

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