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Back Pain

An RTS Success Story

Today, I’d like to share a success story with all of my blog readers. “Monica” came to me several months ago with chronic hip, knee, back and shoulder pain.  Her goal was to get healthy, and hopefully get back into the sport of powerlifting. If you know anything about me, you know that I love […]

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Low Back Pain – Cause or Symptom?

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been prepping for my upcoming seminars in both Australia and Boston.  One of my primary presentations is on low back pain, and, as always, it’s caused me to really examine everything I do. When examining someoen with low back pain, it’s important to note if the back pain […]

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Fix That Weak Link!

This article originally ran on T-Nation.com. Even though I have a home gym, it’s nice to get out from time-to-time and actually train around other human beings. This typically leads to some entertaining moments. However, what I often see from the “educated and certified fitness trainers” is appalling. Would you believe that many still assess […]

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Hips Don’t Lie

Originally posted at www.t-nation.com Do you know what you’re doing when it comes to writing your own programs? Are you sure? Is your programming improving your posture? Improving your strength? Most importantly, is it keeping you healthy and allowing you to achieve your goals? With smart training, not only should your lifts go up, but […]

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