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S THIRTY LESSONS
1. I see so many people who lift weights that worry they will lose a half inch from their arm girth if they take a week or two off training, when if they are truthful with themselves, they would actually get bigger.
2. If you?re a true hard gainer, one of the best ways to...
This is a video of my favourite person in the lifting culture, passed away not long ago and for the first time the video is now viewable, not sure for how long.
Im extremely saddened by his passing we’ve lost a great man.
Some of you might enjoy it
If you have a pair of these and they squeak.
Don’t use powder or talc or tape; it’s only a short term fix.
wash the bastards (shoe and insole) in the washing machine with the addition of fabric softener.
Due to popular belief these to exercises are not the same and one is a bastardised form of the other due to people being impatient and trying to add weight before perfecting form.
the SLDL is an example of an exercise where you must start light as opposed the the Ukrainian version.
due to the...
Written some time ago, I cannot help but admire this fellows knowledge, this following diatribe explains a few things as to why many injuries happen over time.
The man for whom the so-called “Scott Curl” was named had unusually large arms, and he also had unusually long biceps muscles; and he...
A good exercise, some depending on design emphasize the hip, while other allow one to go much deeper (safely) compared to the squat.
if you ever feel strain in the low back or itchy afterwards , consider how you perform the movement, more often than not you shouldn’t actually sit on the seat...
I was reading that the AFL has engaged the Latrobe university to conduct a ACL injury prevention program.
as a result of women damaging their knees.
they believe it’s a mechanical issue relating to the wide hip.
where and how do these fucken idiots come up with this fund shit.
I could fix...
I'm a big fan of Japanese Pro-Wrestling. I got into it years ago from reading Dave Meltzer's awesome
Wrestling Observer Newsletter(I think I started subscribing to WON in 1984 and have been reading it ever since). In Japan Pro-Wrestling is one of their major sports... there's Sumo and there's...
Just thinking about Coleman and the comments made, so this comes under the banner of both bodybiulding and all strength sports.
Does somebody really need to work themselves down to a nub in order to create size and strength?
JUST SAY NO!
To Endurance running. It's hard on the body and the benefits can be had doing other activities that are non impactive, and or take less time, etc. Unless you're job or specific sport demands it (e.g., mil, etc) no reason to run for distance. Other than a tiny % of the population...
I've whacked this in here not because it has anything to do with powerlifting more so with just strength training as in hard workouts to improve strength , flexibility and muscle size which is a byproduct of strength but that's another topic.
over the past 40 years more than 50 studies have...