Mike Robertson

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Mike Robertson is the President of Robertson Training Systems and the co-owner of Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training (I-FAST) in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mike has made a name for himself as one of the premier performance coaches in the world, helping clients and athletes from all walks of life achieve their physique and sports performance goals.

 
The Rehab Guy: Q&A
The Rehab Guy: Q&A
He's back! You’ve got questions? He’s got the answers to get you back under the bar.
EFS Classic: The Intermediate Deadlift Cycle
EFS Classic: The Intermediate Deadlift Cycle
The deadlift may be the purest test of strength in the iron game. Heavy weight. On the floor. Must pick it up.
The Rehab Guy: Q&A
The Rehab Guy: Q&A
You’ve got questions? He’s got the answers to get you back under the bar.
The Rehab Guy: Q&A
The Rehab Guy: Q&A
You’ve got questions? He’s got the answers to get you back under the bar.
The Rehab Guy: Q&A 1
The Rehab Guy: Q&A 1
You've got questions? He's got the answers to get you back under the bar.
Forearm, Shoulder or IT Band Pain? Robertson has Answers
Forearm, Shoulder or IT Band Pain? Robertson has Answers
Don't forget about impacting the ENTIRE upper extremity as well.
The Keys to Upper Body Injury Prevention and Strength
The Keys to Upper Body Injury Prevention and Strength
I sincerely hope this piece not only helps you set some PR's, but keeps you hoisting the heavy iron for years to come!
Training for Major League Baseball Players
Training for Major League Baseball Players
After all, if I were so smart I'd be working with all the pro guys, right?
Athletic Pubalgia
Athletic Pubalgia
I've seen a ton of hip impingements on the right side
Do You Have These Problems?
Do You Have These Problems?
I was wondering if you can help me out with a hamstring issue.
Defending the Bench Press
Defending the Bench Press
The bench press is a great lift. Whether your goal is to develop a powerful overall physique or a barrel chest or just get brutally strong, the bench press can help you get there.
Your First Meet Part II: Getting Diesel
Your First Meet Part II: Getting Diesel
Everyone starts from different points, everyone has different training backgrounds, and everyone is a little bit different from top to bottom.
Your First Meet Part I: Setting a Date and Developing Goals
Your First Meet Part I: Setting a Date and Developing Goals
Congratulations! You’ve finally decided to take the plunge and compete in a powerlifting meet
Fat Man Conditioning
Fat Man Conditioning
I’m a fat man at heart. I eat a lot. Five reps is “high-rep” work for me.
Understanding Supplemental Exercises: The Deadlift
Understanding Supplemental Exercises: The Deadlift
In our series, “Overcoming Lousy Leverages,” Eric Cressey and I covered all three power lifts and discussed how smart training can lead to bigger totals. In this series, we will discuss the biomechanics behind each lift as well as several strategies to destroy any sticking points you may have. We will examine:
Intermediate Madness
Intermediate Madness
As I traverse the bumpy road that leads to elite level lifting, I’ve pondered what things can hasten the journey. Most trainees can rapidly progress from being a beginner to an intermediate level lifter, but many often plateau and never move out of the intermediate phase. This article is designed for the intermediate level lifter, to help them kick-start their process and get back on the road to elite lifting!
Fun with Your (Med) Balls
Fun with Your (Med) Balls
If you’ve been training long enough, chances are that just about everything you do is routine. Possibly the worst part of having a routine is monotony and boredom, especially when it comes to warming-up; you know it’s important, but damn if it isn’t downright boring!

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