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PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING 3: APPROPRIATE REST AND RECOVERY
15/12/2017

INTRODUCTION: RECOVER WHAT FROM WHAT In part three of our series examining the principles of programming we will be discussing appropriate…

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Hypertrophy – Everything Science Currently Knows
07/12/2017

INTRODUCTION POWER, HYPERTROPHY AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO SPORTING SUCCESS It has been widely suggested that power output is one of the…

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PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING 2: OVERLOAD
07/12/2017

INTRODUCTION: DEFINING OVERLOAD In part two of the series discussing the principles of programming, the principle of focus is overload. Overload will be…

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PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING 1 : THE ART OF SPECIFICITY
01/12/2017

INTRODUCTION: PROGRAMMING VS PERIODIZATION   Since this is the first article in an extensive series on the principles of programming it…

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A CASE AGAINST THE PAUSE BACK SQUAT
30/11/2017

Coming back from a knee injury I have decided for the first few months at least to pause squat, rather than…

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You Don’t Want To Be The Best As Much As You Profess – ft Glenn Pendlay & Kevin Cornell
15/11/2017

Speaking on the podcast yesterday was a very surreal experience for me. I was on as usual with my co-host Glenn…

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Weightlifting Training is Very Different to Weightlifting Training
15/11/2017

This article needs to be prefaced with a few statements. I believe weightlifting is a pretty dirty sport in terms of…

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Start On Your Mid-Foot – You Aren’t A Powerlifter!
15/11/2017

Firstly, I’m sorry for the lack of posts. Having said on the last podcast that I would post more regularly I…

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The Hip Shift ft Ilya, Naim, & Chol
15/11/2017

The hip shift is something I ought to quickly define, though perhaps I will add a video just below to show…

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The Bulgarian System is Not About Maximums
15/11/2017

People think that the Bulgarian system was built around going to maximum multiple times a day. That max attempts were the…

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