“I don’t need a psychiatrist. Give me a squat rack and a deadlift platform and a bench and a couple of Atlas stones, and that’s my psychiatric chair right there.” Everyone needs a safe haven, and elitefts coach Clint Darden has found his at the House of Biceps in Cyprus.
Improving the jerk is all about getting the reps, trusting your technique, and not being afraid to miss reps.
Despite all of the positive aspects of using a hook grip, there’s one significant deterrent: pain. What if you could avoid it?
From setup adjustments to training intensity, Clint’s coaching adjustments are all explained in this video.
Sleeves? Zippers? Material? Fit? Here are a few specific qualities to look for.
Unimpressed? This old school method will help you get to 500 pounds, too.
These simple pick and acceleration adjustments will give you the edge you need during the initial seconds of the farmer’s carry.
An old football programming staple, the clean is used (and misused) by hundreds of coaches every year. Clint Darden starts at the bottom and fixes everything a football player needs for better carryover and better performance.
Unsure how to use this new product? Here’s a personal message from the House of Biceps.
If your glute ham raises aren’t increasing your squat or deadlift, chances are you’re cheating. Clint gives you a few variations to try,
If your setup takes longer than your set, you may want to try this accommodating resistance alternative.
You’ve followed the 9-12×3, but is it making you better? Do you know why?
What is the optimal bar path for the bench press?