Welcome to the first of what I hope to be many articles on some of my favorite strength related athletes. But not only will I obviously speak of their accomplishments, but I will also add some insight into aspects of their training routines that were crucial to their success and how it might even benefitContinue reading “Doug Young And The Origins Of Power Bodybuilding”
So, as you can see from the main picture above, I hit my Deadlift PR of 370lbs for a triple just last Tuesday night. I would’ve loved to hit at least two more reps but it just wasn’t happening. Below is the entire workout with a little more detail than in the picture: Deadlift 135lbsContinue reading “New Deadlift PR…And Then Sickness”
Woke up pretty late today, having woken up at 10:34am, a good hour and a half later than I wanted to wake up. So, I started my day off with a cup of coffee. It’s funny, I only started drinking coffee very recently, not being able to do so before since coffee with regular milkContinue reading “A Lesson In Humility – Lessons Learned From A Pretty Bad Training Session”
So this week began not just a new, month long 5/3/1 Powerlifting cycle; but it also marks the beginning of my journey towards a 315lb squat. I plan on one day writing an entire article on Jim Wendler’s 5/3/1 method, explaining the importance of training percentages, proper programming and even nutrition. But the one thing that’s mostContinue reading “Leg Day: The Journey towards 315 begins! Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016”
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