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Reps and How to Use Them

Tweet Few people know this but… The exercises you choose… The order in which they are performed… The number of reps and sets done for each And how the exercises themselves are executed play a HUGE role in your ability … Continue reading

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Alpha Back and Biceps

Tweet WooOOooo!  Alright, I felt so good during this workout.  It was the perfect amount of volume without over doing it, I even did 10 sprints after it was said and done. Here we go: Rack Deadlifts: 3 warm up … Continue reading

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Deload for Progress; Shoulder Destroyer Workout

TweetFirst let’s define what deloading is: “A deload is a period of time in which you take things easier in the gym by lifting lighter weights or reducing your training volume. Deloads typically last a week and encourage recovery before … Continue reading

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Over training and bio-feedback

TweetYes, over training is a real thing. There use to be this wanna-appear-hardcore coined by drug filled bodybuilders that their was no such thing as over training just under eating. This couldn’t be further from the truth.  Over training has … Continue reading

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Creating a Training Philosophy

TweetA philosophy is a theoretical basis of a particular branch of knowledge or experience. Fitness isn’t unlike the science domain that can yield a tremendous amount of evidence that branches off into different perspectives and training philosophies.   Most trainers … Continue reading

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