strength training

Strength Building Through Bodyweight Training

Bodyweight Training is an effective means of building muscle that doesn’t beat up your joints as much as traditional weight training exercises may. This type of training allows for a more natural range of motion and improves overall athleticism. Bodyweight Training is usually associated with high reps endurance and the military. It requires practice and dedication because [...]

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Putting a Little Fun Into Your Workouts With Battle Ropes

People are always looking for fun new ways to get stronger, and battle ropes can offer folks the perfect Strength Training Exercises while having fun. Battle ropes are becoming part of the standard equipment inside most gyms for building muscular endurance. But these ropes aren’t only used to bulk up and become more powerful. They [...]

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The Versatile Kettlebell

Yes, they might be all the rage, but kettlebells are here to stay. These little round weights with the thick handle provide one of the most versatile workouts and pack a punch for anyone who is tired of traditional weights. Kettlebells offer a more vigorous workout that increases muscle mass, but also allows instructors to [...]

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Bodyweight Exercises – A Balanced Training Approach You Can Do From Home

Bodyweight exercises are the “classic” strength exercises that top performing athletes have been using since the beginning of sport. Think of things like: pushups pull ups chin ups and pretty much anything else with the word “up” in it. What ties all of these together? The fact your own weight provides the resistance you need [...]

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5 Bodyweight Exercises To Add To Your Workout Today

Its been a little crazy here in the training lab. JR, myself and the wicked team have been ironing out our video hosting and member area. We are almost complete. Today we would like to give you something you can add to your strength training workout. You do not need any fancy equipment. Add these [...]

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Strength and Speed Training – Routines that Go Great Together

Got Strength?  Got Speed? Do you want to mix up your strength and speed training and develop the kind of workout that gives you a rock hard, chiseled body you can still maneuver like a pro? You’re one of the few, the proud, who aspire to the elite peak of fitness. Can you say "BEAST MODE!" [...]

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Best Strength Training – Build Yourself Stronger With These Tips

Hello, strength training addicts.  I wanted to go over some very important aspects (a.k.a. Tips) when starting a strength training program. What do you need to know to create the best strength training routine for you? There’s more to strength training than meets the eye, so many newer athletes go into it with some preconceptions that [...]

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Caveman Workout – Grunt Your Way to a Rock Hard Body

It always amazes me that people think they need the newest strength training equipment and latest technology when it comes to working out. You simply do not.  If you want to and have the means to get new stuff all the time then go for it. But….. I am here to tell you that you [...]

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Strength Training for Beginners – Getting Started and Busting Myths

Whats up troops? So, you want to strength train.  Or you are wanting to make sure you are starting out the correct way. When people ask us about strength training for beginners, they usually have a lot of questions. They want to know what kind of exercises will work best for them. Maybe they’re interested [...]

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Upper Body Strength Training – Sculpting a Body for Power with Weights

What’s up strength training addicts? So, why do we strengthen certain muscle groups? Upper Body? Lower Body? CORE? etc… Today I am going to discuss your upper body. Upper body strength training is the road to incredible performance for players in sports including baseball and many others. Likewise, a strong upper body will give you the [...]

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