Elitefts™ Coach and Director of Education outlines the 5 Es for Strength & Conditioning Coaches.
There are three things in this world that you should never be able to buy—trust, loyalty, and integrity.
While education is hugely important, another part of learning is the ability to ask effective questions.
Put down the shitty bodybuilding magazines, get off the fancy internet articles and videos, and take my advice.
James “The Thinker” Smith answers questions from the Elitefts.com™ Q&A
Zinc is also one of the most underrated, underused, and perhaps misunderstood minerals.
The average person will look at a huge, ripped guy and assume that he knows a lot.
Please excuse this dialogue that I’ve had with myself. It is done in an effort to show that I will try to be responsible as I start training.
Do I have the confidence to go up to my planned third attempt, or take the same weight?
There’s a big difference between you and me. I’ve been there and back. I’ve done it all. Everything you’ve ever thought of, I’ve lifted already.
Will this potato and banana make me fat?
Shutting out information simply because it doesn’t come from a narrow scope of influences that appeal will limit long-term progress.
Athletes and coaches within the sport, living, learning, and passing on.
Do not push through legitimate injuries because you are too tough or hardcore.
Physical strength is born in the mind and achieved through the body.
When will there be a competitive adjustable bench?
Tonight I will lay in bed for about an hour visualizing the entire competition and every attempt.
Who is Johnny, and why in the heck is he in a bag?
To learn is to grow stronger and gain strength, and strength is always a choice.
You would be hard pressed to find another seminar anywhere with the stacked deck in attendance at the LTT6.
Magnesium is so important, yet often underrated, underused, and misunderstood.
As powerlifters, we need to avoid that dreaded first symptom of heart disease, sudden death.
The exact protocol Chase uses to cut weight.
Everyone likes a little sweetness.
Elitefts Pro Powerlifter Marshal Johnson answers the question of why he trains. Would you rather be Jo Six Pack or in the gym SFW?
The difference between good lifters and great ones does not lie in sets and reps and exercises.
I grabbed my belt, cinched it tight, and marched outside, around to the back of the gym where the brutal 1,000 pound beast stealthily waited.
The competition is like a period at the end of a sentence.
Without getting more into the book, I began to see similarities in myself and many strength athletes I know.
I developed three wardrobes: medium, large, and too damn big.
Not fitting through the doorways and staircases coupled with the fact that I have been training to look huge and yummy but really haven’t done any cardio rendered me just about useless after about three trips up and down those steps.
A decade at the top.
Looking at Brain Schwab’s numbers on the platform.
Dave shares some advice that may help you as you work through your injury issues.
Elitefts.com Inc Adviser & Strength Inc Founder Ed Coan answers your questions.
David “Deacon” Jones revolutionized the defensive line position after 14 seasons in the NFL.
I didn’t want a company that was going to be just me.
The scale, caliper measurements, bodyfat percentages…is that the only way you determine your client’s success?
Enjoy the ride (including a bike ride) because it’s over too quickly.
Getting your girlfriend or wife interested in training can be a real challenge, so I figured I’d get more than one opinion on this issue.
Have you ever noticed the first bite of almost any food is the most enjoyable?