Role of Intuition in Strength Training

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The idea that intuition should play a role in strength training (or any kind of training) is VERY foreign to most people. It's like asking them to wipe their ass with their left hand. Most people have no idea how to do it. But today I'm going to give you some guidelines (about intuition, not left handed ass wiping). The famous German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche put … [Read more...]

Build Your Warmup TOOLBOX (There is no perfect warmup)

build your warmup toolbox

There is no perfect tool. There is no PERFECT workout, and there sure as hell is no perfect warmup. But there is a HUGE difference between an effective warmup and an ineffective one. And that depends on what your training and movement will look like for that session. So instead of using the same warmup every time, build a warmup TOOLBOX to you can choose the right warmup … [Read more...]

How To Maximize Athletic Recovery and Performance With Music (Step-by-Step Guide)

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This article may take about 5-7 minutes to read, but I think you’ll benefit from it HUGELY. If you don’t want to spend all that time, just hit the headlines, and scroll to the bottom for the ACTION steps (right after the blue banner)...Just be warned that you're missing some super interesting factoids! Music is PHYSICAL If you’re human and you work out, you’ve probably used … [Read more...]

10 Tips to Maximize Strength and Flexibility (How to Avoid Training Like a Baby Giraffe with Parkinson’s)

baby giraffe

I firmly believe that all people need to train strength and mobility. If you’re older than ten, but younger than dead, regular strength and mobility training should be part of your routine three to five times per week. The only exception is if you have a job or hobby that provides vigorous and regular movement for the whole body. Sorry, keyboard warriors, typing does not … [Read more...]