Carbs Are Not Evil

Carbs Are Not Evil

Carbs are one of the most, if not the most, misunderstood macros. They have been demonized and tossed under a large umbrella of being “unhealthy”. ...

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Variable Sets

Variable Sets

Variable sets are made up of reps with different points of emphasis. For example, if you are bench pressing a set for 12 reps, with variable reps y...

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Throwing Things

Throwing Things

When it comes to developing explosive power, it's hard to beat sprinting and jumping, but there is one area often forgotten about and that’s throwi...

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Overcoming Isometrics

Overcoming Isometrics

Overcoming isometrics are a form of isometric where the movement is performed by pressing into an immovable object, for example pressing into pins....

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Variable Movement Sets

Variable Movement Sets

Variable movement sets are designed to incorporate different movement positions within a given set, to target different angles of load and musculat...

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Multi-Position Isometrics

Multi-Position Isometrics

Multi-position isos have been used for years in powerlifting and isometrics. Isometrics have the unique quality of being able to target specific re...

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Macro vs Micro

Macro vs Micro

Training is what some call a macro output. It is determined by the weight you lift, the amount you lift and the duration you lift, that is “big pic...

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Macro vs Micro Nutrients

Macronutrients are the big three - carbs, fat and protein. Inside of these carb, fat, and protein sources are what we call micro nutrients. Some ar...

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Adaptive Capacity

Adaptive Capacity

Adaptive capacity is a pretty straightforward concept. Your body only has so much energy and resources to allocate towards any stressors that you i...

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Split Training

Split Training

Split training is the idea that one day you do one “split” grouping of body parts and the next day you might do another grouping. The idea behind t...

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