Tag Archives | Bench Press

One Simple Way to Keep Clients


“Before I studied the art, a punch was just like a punch, a kick just like a kick. After I studied the art, a punch is no longer a punch, a kick is no longer a kick. Now that I understand the art, a punch is just like a punch, a kick is just like […]

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Renegade Meets Gironda


Most of you know by now how much I love the old school pioneers of the Iron Game. One of those legends I always pay my respects to is “The Iron Guru” Vince Gironda. Today I’m gonna give you an awesome way to combine the  Renegade Method with Vince’s training principles. First, start your workout […]

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27 Tips for Healthier Shoulders- Part 1


I’ve spent the last two and a half decades pounding the shit out of my shoulders. While that sucks for me it’s actually good news for you. Why, you ask? Because when you’ve torn traps, rotator cuffs and labrums you develop a pretty keen interest in avoiding shoulder injuries. You also develop a pretty good […]

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28 Things I’ve Learned That Bear Repeating


Here are some conclusions I have come to over the last few years. None of this is really new as I’ve said it before. It’s just that the last few years of experience and experiments have confirmed some of these things and I thought I should share them with you as everyone could always use […]

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Chicken and Egg Salad with Almond Satay Sauce


Salad 2 eggs, boiled, cut into quarters 1 chicken breast, steamed and shredded 2 cups rocket leaves 1 carrot, diced ½ green capsicum, diced Almond sauce 1 small white onion, grated 2 garlic cloves, crushed 1tbs oil ¼ cup almond butter ¼ cup coconut cream 1tbs soy sauce (optional) Chilli flakes Instructions To make the […]

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Why Grip Strength Is So Important


Probably my biggest weakness is my grip strength. That’s why I always check out anything Jedd Johnson has to say on the subject. He is the master when it comes to this topic and today I have an awesome guest post from the man, himself. Check it out… Grip and Forearm Strength is an important […]

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Lift Heavy, Meditate & Get Outside More Often


Here is the final installment of my interview with the God of Turbulence Training, and one wacky Canuck, Craig Ballantyne. Craig Ballantyne: Let’s discuss some more muscle building stuff. You can talk about what you’ve got going on in terms of how you work with your guys to build muscle. You talked a little bit […]

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