Training and Coaching: Get Under the Bar! (Part 1)
Training and Coaching: Get Under the Bar! (Part 1)
It's incredible what you can learn under the bar, especially as a strength coach.
A Case for 1x20 Training
A Case for 1x20 Training
In essence, this is the perfect system for youth athletes.
Down and Dirty Guide to Increasing Training Frequency
Down and Dirty Guide to Increasing Training Frequency
It is time to get you ready to lift heavier more often than you ever thought possible.
15 Pieces of Random Training Sh!#  from my Training Log
15 Pieces of Random Training Sh!# from my Training Log
Awesome, Inspiring and Random Posts from Dave Tate's training log.
Nutrition Advice with Team Elitefts
Nutrition Advice with Team Elitefts
No matter what your goals are, you must eat to suit them.
Ruck & Maul: Off Season Rugby Plan for Club Players
Ruck & Maul: Off Season Rugby Plan for Club Players
Are you an athlete struggling with off-season fat gain? Ashley Jones has the program for you.
Just Sayin: Who Defines Discipline?
Just Sayin: Who Defines Discipline?
People tend to refer to others who workout and diet regularly as having discipline.
Steve Goggins: Deadlift Training Tip
Steve Goggins: Deadlift Training Tip
Deadlift tips from a lifting legend.
Adaptive Sports: Competing with Extraordinary Resolve
Adaptive Sports: Competing with Extraordinary Resolve
Individuals with disabilities are being offered more and more opportunities to train and compete at a high level in various sports.
Classic: Have Sex 8 Times This Week
Classic: Have Sex 8 Times This Week
Ok. I have to cross a line here that I really don't want to.
I'm Too Young to Be This Damn Old: Training Update
I'm Too Young to Be This Damn Old: Training Update
What the hell could this old man have discovered that is not already known?
A Lion in Iron: Training—Ritual or Habit?
A Lion in Iron: Training—Ritual or Habit?
Training as a habit and training as a ritual are two very different things. Which one best fits you?
Reno Hardcore: Ten-Day Training Cycle
Reno Hardcore: Ten-Day Training Cycle
As we get stronger, everything changes and we have to keep adapting the program in order to keep getting stronger.
Beast Reality: Shitty Days
Beast Reality: Shitty Days
It is hard to admit to ourselves that we may need to bow down to the demons to allow ourselves the time to recharge.
Conventional Pulling for the Sumo Deadlifter
Conventional Pulling for the Sumo Deadlifter
I have a sure-fire way to add pounds to your deadlift and help you blow past your current PR.
A Lion in Iron: It's Not That Complicated (Part 4)
A Lion in Iron: It's Not That Complicated (Part 4)
If you have time to answer texts and play angry birds, then you are probably not meant for this.
Under the Bar: Who, What, Where, When, and Why
Under the Bar: Who, What, Where, When, and Why
Four and a half months post-surgery...and the hip feels good.
I'm Too Young to Be This Damn Old: Baby Steps
I'm Too Young to Be This Damn Old: Baby Steps
He's back...and he's getting ready to take the platform!
Maximizing Supercompensation for Maximal Hypertrophy
Maximizing Supercompensation for Maximal Hypertrophy
Get a grip on your addiction. You'll love the result.
Guide to Becoming a Strong(er) Exercise Science Student
Guide to Becoming a Strong(er) Exercise Science Student
It is one thing to sit in class and get a degree, but it is going to take more than a piece of paper to set you apart.
How 810-Pound Deadlifter Marshall Johnson Uses Cardio
How 810-Pound Deadlifter Marshall Johnson Uses Cardio
Elitefts Pro Powerlifter Marshall Johnson details how he implements cardio into his training program.
I'm Too Young to Be This Damn Old: Me Training Me
I'm Too Young to Be This Damn Old: Me Training Me
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.
No Bullsh*t: Obesity Is a Disease—What Are You Gonna Do About It?
No Bullsh*t: Obesity Is a Disease—What Are You Gonna Do About It?
Any life you live will require sacrifices, and no one is better than anyone else for making health a top priority.
Training by the Numbers 2013
Training by the Numbers 2013
A three-week loading cycle for strength and power.
Mick Manley: Catch up, Part 1
Mick Manley: Catch up, Part 1
If you want to progress in powerlifting, you have to work on things you suck at, plain and simple.
Training with Purpose: Some Thoughts on Adaptation
Training with Purpose: Some Thoughts on Adaptation
Training is best when aged slowly, like a fine wine.
An Average Saturday....Part 2
An Average Saturday....Part 2
Another Day in the Gym...Weekender Style
Josh Bryant: Video Inquisition, Part 5
Josh Bryant: Video Inquisition, Part 5
Josh Bryant answers questions about GPP and restoration methods in powerlifting training.
Beast Reality: We Are “Those” Guys
Beast Reality: We Are “Those” Guys
Live life as an example to those who follow.
Sadistic Strength Methods: Sadiv Sets
Sadistic Strength Methods: Sadiv Sets
If pulling heavy from the floor is one of your favorite pastimes, then Sadiv sets are right up your ally.
Elitefts™ Classic: Use the Yoke Bar
Elitefts™ Classic: Use the Yoke Bar

Besides the safety squat bar (SSB) being rounded and not welded, there isn’t much of a difference between the yoke and SSB.

From What You Wear to What You Do: It Matters
From What You Wear to What You Do: It Matters

Whether it’s shoes, equipment, or programming, your choices make a difference in how you perform under the bar.

Coach G: Citizens of Rome
Coach G: Citizens of Rome

One word can change the entire meaning of a phrase.

Manley's 50-Pound Press Plan
Manley's 50-Pound Press Plan

He put 50 pounds on his raw press in four months…maybe you can too.

Monster Garage Gym: Foundational Training
Monster Garage Gym: Foundational Training

There is a saying in the world of powerlifting amongst the more veteran lifters: foundation, foundation, foundation.

The Big Seminar: Matt Rhodes, Part 5
The Big Seminar: Matt Rhodes, Part 5

In this final segment from the “Big Seminar 2”, Matt Rhodes covers both winter and spring strength training, as well as the meaning of GBF.

Arnold Classic Roundtables: Universal Nutrition, Part 2
Arnold Classic Roundtables: Universal Nutrition, Part 2

The Universal Nutrition athletes are back to talk about training.

Bench (Press) Tech(nique)
Bench (Press) Tech(nique)

Kirschen knows a thing or two about the bench.

Five Things the Average Athlete Program is Lacking
Five Things the Average Athlete Program is Lacking

Many programs that are geared toward the team sport athlete are missing these five crucial concepts.

The Big Seminar: Matt Rhodes, Part 4
The Big Seminar: Matt Rhodes, Part 4

In this segment from the “Big Seminar 2” Matt Rhodes covers how a team’s strength and conditioning program should change during the in-season.

I Like Big Butts and I Cannot Lie
I Like Big Butts and I Cannot Lie

If Sir Mixalot taught us one thing, it’s that big butts rule.

The Big Seminar: Matt Rhodes, Part 2
The Big Seminar: Matt Rhodes, Part 2

In this segment from the “Big Seminar 2,” Matt Rhodes explains why you need to “know who you are talking to.”

Beast Reality: The Bipolar Beast, Part 1
Beast Reality: The Bipolar Beast, Part 1

Let’s face it. Owning a gym certainly has it’s highs and lows.

Arnold Classic Roundtables: FUSION BODYBUILDING (Part 2)
Arnold Classic Roundtables: FUSION BODYBUILDING (Part 2)

We’re back with FUSION BODYBUILDING® athletes to discuss training programs.

Julia Ladewski Mountain Dog Rows

Julia Ladewski prepping for her first show

Training The Bench Press
Training The Bench Press

The training program explained here is one based on the principles of Westside.

Four Things My Decade of Autism Fitness Programming Has Taught Me
Four Things My Decade of Autism Fitness Programming Has Taught Me

Whether you are training high school athletes, professional sports icons, or people with special needs, you’re working with human movement and behavior..and there will always be underlying correlations.

Systematically Educating Clients for Lifting Success
Systematically Educating Clients for Lifting Success

What’s the difference between training clients and educating them?

Reality Check for Aspiring Strength Coaches
Reality Check for Aspiring Strength Coaches

You dream of training elite-level athletes? Consider this.

A Lion in Iron: Training—It’s Not That Complicated
A Lion in Iron: Training—It’s Not That Complicated

If something sounds too ridiculous to actually work, it probably is. Stick with the tried and true methods.

Could This Be It?
Could This Be It?

After strain, abuse, and injury, “Why do you do what you do?”

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