Power & Mass Bootcamp – 5-Day Internship with Coach Poliquin Early Bird Price : $3,997.00 UDS ** Until Jan. 31st**     This is the workshop where you will learn every trick in the book to put on some serious muscle mass and develop amazing strength. Most people waste an inordinate amount of time and money
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warm-up

How To Warm Up The Right Way

The Three Principles for a great warm-up for strength training Some background info If there is one area where advice in strength training is more  often than enough moronic , it is for warm-ups. You know the type that recommends this to warm up: cariocas to warm up for squats, having intercourse with foam rollers on
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volume
How much volume should one undergo for maximal results in the gym? I just posted on Facebook that I needed some subjects to write on. Ed Coan, multiple world record holder, multiple time world champion in powerlifting is actually the one who asked this question about volume. The question can only be answered if you
Power lifts
Guest blog by coach Roland Jung 5 Essential Takeaways for the Achieving Excellence in the Power Lifts in Toronto A few weeks ago I took the Achieving Excellence In The Power Lifts seminar in Toronto, Canada with Charles Poliquin, Ed Coan and Matt Wenning. While both Charles and some students have already posted great summaries
fighters
by Moritz Klatten, Champ Performance, Hamburg, Germany An advanced training method to take fighters to the next level of athletic fitness In bodybuilding, the toughest body part to train is said to be the calves. The reason is that they are constantly working throughout the day. So in order to make them grow you have to
strength coach
Being a good strength coach means constant evolution, growth and learning This Christmas will mark the 38 year anniversary of receiving my first set of York weights and bench from my brother. I was a 14 year old freshman in high school. I followed the manual religiously. Little did I know that this would shape my
strength
No matter how effective an exercise is, overuse can keep you from gaining strength and muscle mass Worse, even great lifts like chin-ups can lead to pathologies similar to repetitive pattern conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome. One mistake I often see when applying the most bang for your exercise principle is that trainees only do the ones
coaches
I often get questions from young would-be coaches who wants to turn their passion for strength training into a career The one that I get most often is “What’s your secret to making it big?” Well, the secret is that there’s no secret. There are however, a few common threads. Success leaves clues, so here are 3 tips to