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How to get more Athletic with Strength Training

I remember reading a funny article years ago. It was about how a lot of people believe they are much faster than they actually are. They typically brag about running a 4.4 40-yard dash back in high school or college. They pull a full-blown “Uncle Rico”.             The article explained

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Workout Less with Strength Training

If it was only so easy…. I just workout 2x a day + 7x a week and get shredded – unfortunately this does not work. This is what we call overtraining and many of us are guilty of it. Your body needs time to recover and build. In order to hit peak performance, you must

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How Strength Training keeps you Lean

How Strength Training keeps you Lean Traditional cardio sucks. My two main modes of training… Lifting weights for building strength and dense muscle Walking for overall health and fat loss The problem with prolonged traditional cardio like jogging or bicycling is that it turns you into a less powerful athlete. I realize that most of

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What separates High Achievers?

What is the NUMBER ONE thing that separates talented individuals? Is it genetics, environment or something else? The Hall of Fame players from good players? How about players that start in college versus those that won’t touch the field? The answer isn’t complicated, sexy or mysterious… It’s not working harder, being born with great genetics,

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Indicators of Elite Athleticism

How do you measure athleticism? Is it who’s stronger? The fastest athlete? The one jumping out of the gym? Every time I watch athletics, whether it be the pro’s, or one of my athletes there is one thing I notice that sets the top performers apart from the competition. It’s not strength… More times than

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Little Things Don’t Matter… Until They Do

I feel like I’m constantly talking about the little things… Whether it’s in these messages, videos, in person, and even in my programs. Things like movement efficiency, Corrective stretching, Mobilization, Mechanics, Core Work, Stability. These things are small, and as such, they are EASILY overlooked (especially by an unfocused athlete)… But neglecting them has a

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