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Injury risk adds up quicker than you think

May 13, 2019

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For any deadlift session, what’s the chance you blow your back out? – Something hard to know is the injury risk of any given exercise. Even harder is knowing the injury risk of a given exercise for a given person. The most well known injured area is the lower back. One of the most well […]

Personal training clients are way older than you think

April 22, 2019

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“You act like everyone is beat up.” is a consistent criticism I’ve received. I’ve written a lot about exercising clients who have an injury history or current musculoskeletal problems. For some, this gets attached to me as overly conservative. -> This always cracks me considering I got into exercise science due to playing football, one […]

60 seconds or less: Rest breaks

April 15, 2019

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This is part of the Real Talk With Client Series. Click here for the rules. Go here to see other topics. How long should you rest between sets? Goals dictate rest breaks. If getting stronger is your only, or most important, goal, make the rest break help you lift the most weight. You feel like […]

Why do so few athletes suffer hearing loss?

April 8, 2019

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It’s a noisy planet tells us, The Kansas City Chiefs stadium has recorded decibel levels as high as 137 The 2012 Super Bowl got to 107 Some basketball games get to 109 Anybody fairly familiar with sports knows this. Sports involve tons of screaming and other loud sounds (engines, hits, whistles, buzzers, etc.). And, “Remember, […]

60 seconds or less: Protein

February 25, 2019

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This is part of the Real Talk With Client Series. Click here for the rules. Go here to see other topics. “How much protein should I eat?” You’re new to the exercise and diet world: Don’t worry about it. All we’re concerned about at this stage is getting you into a sustainable exercise routine. Just […]

The Real Talk With Client Series

December 17, 2018

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Stemming from We’re way overcomplicating gaining muscle and getting stronger I’m going to have a series where the motto is, I don’t know, let’s call it something corny like “ruthless pragmatism.” There has been a trend in the fitness space of investigating research, then attempting to work backwards to a practical recommendation. On the surface, this makes […]

We’re way overcomplicating gaining muscle and getting stronger

November 26, 2018

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Fitness is always going through trends. It’s like fashion. A recent one is make-your-eyes-bleed dives into hypertrophy and strength research. Reminder: Arnold was a big deal fifty (!) years ago. Do people have better physiques now than then? Do you truly think next month is going to provide some profound insight into gaining muscle from […]

Recent reviews for better shoulders, lower backs, and more

October 29, 2018

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From some recent clients: Kiel’s shoulder, Brandon’s lower back, Shawn, who had various issues going on, *** Want to get working out again but have something holding you back? Let’s talk. ***