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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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5 Ways To Develop Power While Getting Lean

5 Ways To Develop Power While Getting Lean

The original publishing date of today’s article was back on September 10, 2015.

I wanted to pull this one from the archives to help you understand how to go about building muscular power while also developing lean muscle. If you haven’t applied the following steps to your own training then you need to make some adjustments.

Read and apply.

One great truth about strength is that it has different faces. I mean who’s stronger…Is it the guy that can squat 700 lbs., or is it the guy that has a 40 inch vertical? Obviously these are both great examples of strength, but the point is that BOTH are very different. Being different is what makes these types of strength so special. Aside from being different both do demonstrate an impressive level of power.

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Should You Perform Static Stretching Before Lifting Or Not?

Should You Perform Static Stretching Before Lifting Or Not?

  1. Should you stretch before you lift or afterwards? 
  2. Do you perform static stretching in your workouts? 
  3. Are you prone to tightness and immobility?

If you are prone to tightness, but you’re confused about the whole static stretching topic then I’ll help to clear it up for you here today. I’ve been training athletes for damn near 20 years and I’m very aware of all the studies regarding static stretching prior to lifting and that it can weaken the muscles and blah blah blah. Before you allow the studies to paralyze your decision to perform a static stretch take a moment to read the rest of this article.

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3 Unique Things People Don’t Know About Training For Strength

3 Unique Things People Don’t Know About Training For Strength

  1. Do you understand what it truly means to be training for strength?
  2. Are you looking to make significant gains in your strength like never before?
  3. Are you prepared to fully commit to learning what simple methods will build you mind blowing PR’s with your strength training?

There are many things that people don’t understand about what it means to truly train for strength! In order to understand strength you first need to know the definition of strength.

Strength is defined as your muscles’ ability to produce tension and force for a given task. Ok now that you know this the following principles involved in building strength are things that the majority of people don’t realize let alone practice as it’s outlined here in today’s article.

In fact, many people may read the following principles and find these to be rather shocking. Regardless when it comes to you building and developing true strength this is what most people fail to know in their pursuit of it.

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Rugged Strength Training: The Untold Benefits Of Outdoor Training

Rugged Strength Training: The Untold Benefits Of Outdoor Training

The original publishing date of this outdoor training article was back on June 9, 2016.

This article is one that I thought you might need to read especially if you’re interested in changing your training environment by doing some outdoor training. If you’ve been considering such a change in your program then you will want to take the time to read this article to understand what you might be dealing with involving the change.

Perception may be the “reality” to you…and if you fail to pause and look beneath the surface to seek out what is really going on then your perception will be your reality whether for good, or for bad. If you believe the only way to get in a full day’s work in your training is by having access to a fully stocked weight room then I’m here to tell you that your perception is NOT the reality. If you want to learn about the benefits of outdoor training then keep on reading my young Jedi!

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