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Is your Health Food Really Healthy?

The world is becoming more health conscious every year. Food companies are making  so called health food products, the fast food industry is trying to make healthier menus, and people are making smarter choices when it comes to their food.   This is a wonderful thing and is much needed with obesity continually affecting more […]

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The Myth Of Programming

Original Credit: https://powerliftinguniversity.com/programming-myth/ Programming isn’t really a thing, yet most people buy into the hype of online programming. Don’t let this be you! Powerlifting is an ever-evolving sport. Starting as a strength sport only for those daring enough to suit up in multi-ply gear, powerlifting has gained enough popularity that just about anyone interested in […]

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An Uncomfortable Girl Gets Strong

By Brigid Morrissey She has often wondered, “Why would you want to lose weight and take up less space in this world?” And, that was the question Michelle Jones rhetorically asked as I met her at Everyday Athletes. Michelle turned 30 in November, and to her it was a big deal — not because she’s […]

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No More Fat Powerlifters

No More Strong Fat Guys A Conditioning Guide for Strength Athletes by Chance Cianciola | 03/31/15 Tags: Conditioning Finishers Powerlifting & Strength Here’s what you need to know… Programmed wisely, concurrent training – working on strength and conditioning at the same time – can make you stronger. The myth about endurance work causing strength loss […]

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Learn Proper Breathing Patterns: Learn to Lift More

TAGS: proper breathing mechanics, Postural Restoration Institute, Postural Restoration, Dysfunctional Breather, Diaphragmatic breathing, Breathing Mechanics, 90-90 Hip Lift, Core Stabilization, breathing, PR, squat When we talk squatting, the first muscles that come to mind are almost always quads. The more advanced and educated will have a long list of additions: hamstrings, glutes, spinal erectors, and […]

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