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Are Pull-Ups Bad For Your Training?

Are Pull-Ups Bad For Your Training?

  1. Does it seem pull-ups have been causing you pain and discomfort lately? 
  2. Do you suffer from shoulder pain and discomfort? 
  3. Are you doing pull-ups on a frequent basis? 

So I know you read that title and thought, “What is coach talking about?” The short answer is No…pull-ups are not bad for you, but poor programming can be very bad for you.

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20 Reasons Your Strength Program Is Failing You

20 Reasons Your Strength Program Is Failing You

The original publishing date of today’s article was back on July 16, 2018.

If you’re constantly getting frustrated about not hitting your goals and falling short of your PR’s then this article is really going to help you out. I’ve compiled a list here of some different mistakes that I’ve seen people make over the years when it comes to understanding why their strength program is failing.

If you really want to get serious about ramping up your results then you need to read over this list. I know you’ll find it very helpful. If you like the article please make sure to share it with your friends and family. Now go read and apply!

  1. Are you struggling to make significant gains in your strength program? 
  2. Are you not building the lean strong functional physique you desire to have? 
  3. Are you at a loss for answers and frustrated with the lack of results? 
  4. Do you feel bombarded with the science and abundance of information? 

If you answered “yes” to any, or all of these questions then I’m going to try to clear all of it up and explain why your strength program is failing here with these top 20 reasons. The goal here is to present to you a simple checklist that you can scan down to check off where you’re experiencing problems in your own training so that you can make the changes you need for some real results.

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This Is What You Didn’t Know About Efficient HIIT Workouts

This Is What You Didn’t Know About Efficient HIIT Workouts

  1. Are you currently incorporating HIIT workouts into your training, or are you thinking about starting? 
  2. Do you know the real benefits of HIIT workouts? 
  3. Are you interested in transforming your body while being time efficient with your HIIT workouts?

Time efficient HIIT workouts have a lot of benefits to help you get in some quality conditioning and training. Though a good HIIT workout needs to be intelligently programmed if you have covered your bases on this then there are some tremendous benefits to you with this form of training.

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The Athletic Conditioning Goal: Why Simple Structured Conditioning Is Best

The Athletic Conditioning Goal: Why Simple Structured Conditioning Is Best

The original publishing date of today’s article was back on July 28, 2016.

I wanted to pull this article out of the archives because I felt with the new year in full swing that you needed to hear it especially if you happen to be in an off season with a sport or competition.

If you’re committed to making yourself better by enhancing your fitness, or athletic development then you should never make excuses. This is particularly true if you find yourself in a situation where you may not have access to a gym, or a lot of equipment. This is why you need to read today’s article. Read and apply!

I remember hearing this quote once that was referencing how to come out on top during competition. It was in reference to being successful. The quote said “You only have to work a little harder than the next guy. You only have to work a little smarter than the next guy.” I don’t recall the origin of this quote, but despite its obvious nature the truth is very loud in this statement.

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How Do You Lift Heavy Without Getting Injured?

How Do You Lift Heavy Without Getting Injured?

  1. Are you interested in being able to lift heavy weight intelligently? 
  2. Are you interested in pursuing heavy lifting without getting injured? 
  3. Are you looking to get stronger while moving better? 
  4. Are you interested in a safe and effective approach to your lifting? 

In order to lift heavy loads you’ve got to understand how to progress your physical strength in order to get there in the first place. Everything that involves true progression must take place incrementally over time.

When it comes to training with heavy weight your approach should always involve a smart plan involving progressive overload so the end result is a healthy dose of strength without the injury!

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