4 Steps to a Bigger Bench

We’ve seen video and read interviews from elite lifters who have worked with Dan Green and improved on already-impressive bench press numbers. This week, we go to the source and link to an article written by the Boss himself. From set up to stability, and arm position to leg drive cues, this article is chalk full of usable information to help anyone build a bigger bench press.

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August 18, 2019

Creating More Effective Strength Training

This week’s link is geared more towards the Strength Coaches, Personal Trainers and Lifting Geeks of the world. We’re throwing it back to 1988 and an article by Charles Poliquin written for Strength and Conditioning Journal. If you want to create more effective training programs for your athletes, clients or for yourself, this covers some foundational concepts. You may have heard most of this information before, but sometimes a reminder to get back to what works is the best education you can get!

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August 11, 2019

How Does Imagery Influence Strength and Conditioning Performance?

This week’s link will take you to a recent blog from the pioneering team at Hybrid Performance Method. Imagine what kind of progress you could make if simply thinking about your performance differently created actual strength change…well you can? Click the image to read the whole blog and put this incredible “secret” to work in your training.

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Aug 4, 2019

An Interview with Dave Tate

This week’s link will take you to an interview that Dave Tate of Elite FTS did with Precision Nutrition. Dave is a leader in the world of Powerlifting and Strength Sports, a former Elite Powerlifter, published author of hundreds of articles and owner of one of the leaders in Strength and Conditioning equipment manufacturing.

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July 27, 2019

 
Best Thing I Read This Week - July 18, 2019

Best Thing I Read This Week - July 18, 2019

Impossible is a Matter of perspective

Mike McCastle has redefined what’s humanly possible. Four times. And he isn’t done yet. Learn how he has mastered his mind and created the physical and mental ability to challenge the limits of human capacity.