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4 Mechanical Tactics To Improve Your Strength Besides Lifting Heavy

4 Mechanical Tactics To Improve Your Strength Besides Lifting Heavy

  1. Are you struggling to lift heavy due to injuries and ailments? 
  2. Do you feel like your quality of movement is suffering when you try to lift heavy? 
  3. Have you seen a drop off in your strength because you’re not able to lift heavy as frequently?
  4. Are you wanting to build strength and muscle, but have experienced too much disruption in your normal heavy lifting routine? 

In order to maintain and improve your strength you have to visualize your body as the blade of a knife. If you put that knife away after use and never do anything to consistently sharpen that blade then it will dull and rust. Likewise if you don’t know how to handle the knife you can damage the blade. Your body responds the same way in regards to what you do to improve it’s function. You have to keep the blade sharp and learn how to do so by thinking outside of the realm of always trying to hit the heavy lift…especially at the expense of quality movement.

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How To Calculate Your Absolute Work Volume For Strength

How To Calculate Your Absolute Work Volume For Strength

  1. How do you know what intensity to lift in order to get stronger? 
  2. Do you keep track of your total lifting poundage on a weekly basis? 
  3. How do you know how much total work volume you’re putting in for your strength training? 
  4. How do you calculate true strength gains? 

If you’re looking to keep a measure on making some real gains in strength then you MUST understand how to measure it. To do this you need to understand how to calculate your absolute work volume.

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Muscle Size Vs. Muscular Strength

Muscle Size vs. Muscular Strength

  1. Is there a difference between muscle size and muscular strength? 
  2. Does muscular size always equate to you being stronger? 
  3. Are you currently training for muscular size or muscular strength? 

Muscle Size vs. Muscular Strength…keep in mind that muscular size and strength don’t always correlate. A number of different variables determine muscular size and muscular strength. These can range from differences involving training protocols, genetics, diet, and experience with training. The point is that there are multiple things that influence these differences.

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Proprioception: Developing Your Sixth Sense And Enhancing Your Physical Intelligence

Proprioception: Developing Your Sixth Sense And Enhancing Your Physical Intelligence

So Merry Christmas!

While I hope you’re enjoying time with family and friends I know you’ve probably experienced a bit of frustration while navigating the mad rush of shopping crowds. That tends to happen when you’re out at the mall hunting down those gifts.

To give you a little insight on why you might have experienced such frustration I figured I would pull today’s article from the archives on physical intelligence. I figure I might explain why you might have experienced some frustration when dealing with the crowds.

The original publishing date of today’s article was back on April 14, 2016. Read. learn, apply, and enjoy your day!

I’m often finding myself getting pissed off in public more and more these days for a number of reasons that revolve around the growing epidemic of laziness and the decrease of intelligence in our society. With the advent of technology people are becoming less and less intelligent both mentally and physically. Today I’m going to be addressing how this is happening and why most people are unaware of their sixth sense as a result of this societal epidemic.

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How Sprinting Can Help Build Lean Muscle Mass

How Sprinting Can Help Build Lean Muscle Mass

  1. Are you looking to incorporate sprinting into your training program?
  2. Are you looking to build lean muscle faster?
  3. Are you interested in speeding up your recovery?
  4. Are you familiar with anaerobic work capacity?
  5. Are you looking for a way to give your conditioning a significant upgrade? 

When it comes to looking at what works in terms of  building lean muscle mass I’m always quick to point out what the evidence shows. If you’re not convinced that sprinting can build muscle, or contribute to the development of lean muscle then just take a look at people that do it for sport and competition.

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