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Armed & Dangerous

Written by Mike Wheeler Topics: Fitness, Lifestyle, Motivation

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Big arms, you gotta love em’.   Peaked biceps… Horseshoe triceps… Full, round, cannon ball delts… If there is a red-blooded man with an even an ounce of testosterone who doesn’t want a pair of thick, muscular arms, I haven’t met him yet.   Although every man who trains wants them, few fulfill their potential to build […]

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How to Be Jacked & Athletic with WWE Strength Coach, Sean Hayes – Episode 320

Written by Jason Ferruggia Topics: Fitness, Mindset, Recovery

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As the WWE Performance Center’s Strength & Conditioning Coach, Sean Hayes is helping shape the physiques of NXT recruits and some of pro wrestling’s most recognizable superstars. The Harvard Grad, former linebacker, and former NFL Strength Coach knows what it takes to get people jacked, strong and ready to perform in any arena. If you’ve […]

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1 Policy to Live By, Changing Your Neurology, and Being Scared Sh*tless Every Day with JL Holdsworth – Episode 309

Written by Jason Ferruggia Topics: Fitness, Mindset, Recovery

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JL Holdsworth is a world champion powerlifter, published author, and former University of Kentucky strength and conditioning coach.  The guy can not only talk the talk, but he can walk the walk as well as anyone in the game.  With over 30,000 hours of practical experience and competition best lifts of a 905 lb. squat, […]

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The WORST “Over 40” Training Advice

Written by Jason Ferruggia Topics: Fitness, Lifestyle, Mindset

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Every day, wherever I look l see terrible training advice being spewed. Especially when it comes to training advice for those over 40. Often times it’s by inexperienced “fitness influencers” who have very little real world experience with real world clients. But sometimes it’s hard to know, right? Well, here’s something hard to believe… Almost […]

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