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Video of the Week- Sled Rows
Ben Bruno - August 31, 2015
I use this exercise with most of my clients, both athletes and adults. Athletes (like in the video) use a lot of weight, but I even do this with my older clients with the empty sled or light weight. keep reading

Introducing the Hang Clean: Prioritizing Start and Finish Posture
Ken Whittier - July 27, 2015
After attending a Tom House Seminar a couple of weeks back, of course I learned a lot about baseball, but even more importantly, I learned a lot about coaching, and different strategies to better cue and communicate with athletes. keep reading

Do Rear Foot Elevated Split Squats Cause Back Pain?
Mike Boyle - July 07, 2015
Recently Dr McGill has been vocal about Rear Foot Elevated Split Squats potentially causing back pain, particularly SI joint pain and as he calls it "pelvic ring" disruption. keep reading

Video of the Week- Hang Clean variation
Devan McConnell - May 06, 2015
Hang Clean variation we are using for technique work...I call it Clean 1+1. One rep from high position, one from knees or just below. keep reading

Triangulating on the Target: Part One
Daniel Martinez - April 24, 2015
I'm not going to get caught up with providing too many graphics or pics in this post yet it has occurred to me, through dialogue with colleagues, that it would be very keep reading

Video of the Week- Weighted Rows
Jon Messner - February 19, 2015
Weighted Rows Everyday- The thing about doing weighted rows every day is that if you don't do them right, you are going to get hurt, probably very quickly. keep reading

Sample 4 Day Phase 1 Program
Michael Boyle - April 03, 2014
This is a sample Phase 1 four day program originally designed last summer for our NHL players and women's Olympic team. However, I would look at this as a great base 4 day for any sport. keep reading

Zercher Squats- Why You Should Be Using Them
Jason Pak - March 25, 2014
Zercher Squats have been a relatively recent addition to our programming at Achieve Fitness. We initially dismissed the exercise as a "hardcore" and inferior alternative to the Front Squat. keep reading

Video of the Week- 1/2 Kneeling KB Press
MBSC - March 21, 2014
I like this as a first regression for those with shoulder discomfort in overhead pressing. The kettlbell off set produces an external rotation torque which seems to recruit the subs cap and help centrate the joint. keep reading

The Original Strength Training System
Joe Sansalone - January 04, 2014
The Original Strength (OS) training system was developed by Tim Anderson and Geoff Neupert to help people regain the movement competency they were originally designed to have.  It accomplishes th keep reading

Single Leg Rack Pulls
Devan McConnell - December 23, 2013
For a long time I have been a proponent of unilateral training, particularly for the lower body. This isn't to say that I am “against” bilateral training, or that I think all lower body tr keep reading

Why (and how) we deadlift
Elsbeth Vaino - December 17, 2013
To deadlift or not to deadlift, that seems to be the question these days. My answer is simple: yes. Usually my simple answer is “it depends”, but in the case of deadlifts, I’m almost keep reading

Single Leg Training Case Studies
Ben Bruno - October 02, 2013
Originally posted on T-Nation here.The internet fitness world keep reading

RDLs Are For Everyone
Leo Totten - September 27, 2013
Whether you are a strength athlete, powerlifter,  Olympic lifter or just into general fitness, the RDL is one of the best exercises around.  Many of you are doing them already, but, if not, keep reading

Iron Deficiency
Anthony Donskov - September 08, 2013
Iron deficiency is a condition resulting from too little iron in the body.  I'm not talking anemia, hemoglobin, red meat or oxygen transport; I'm talking about barbells, dumbbells, and free weigh keep reading

Complexes, Combos and Complex Training
Michael Boyle - August 19, 2013
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