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Functional Training

Training Methods to Fight Stress & Anxiety, “Functional” Exercises, Parallel Vs. ATG Squats, Combatting Information Overload – Episode 286

Thank you guys for all the positive feedback on the last two Q&A episodes. And thank you for continuing to submit great questions and leave iTunes reviews. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate it. This show is for you so the more you let me know exactly what you want, the better I can make it. To kick this episode off I’m giving away several bags of Athletic Greens. So please listen for your name at the beginning of the show. After that I tackle the questions you guys asked! Scroll down for show notes:… continue reading.

Prevent Injuries and Build Muscle Faster with Dr. John Rusin – Episode 236

The doc is in with your prescription for muscle. For the first time in almost 2 years Dr. John Rusin is back on the #RenegadeRadioPodcast! He’s here to teach you how to get jacked and strong, while avoiding injuries, with joint-friendly, pain free training. John is an internationally recognized strength coach, speaker and writer and he’s one of the fitness industry’s leading experts in pain-free performance. He has advanced degrees in exercise science and physical therapy and more than a decade of elite-level training experience. His cutting edge training methods have revolutionized the way his athletes and clients look, feel… continue reading.

My Take on Direct Arm Work

Some strength coaches and “functional training” guys have a thing against direct arm work. You shouldn’t train bi’s or tri’s because doing so doesn’t help you on the field or develop real world strength they say. Others tell you that training arms makes you look like a narcissistic douchebag. I see this kind of stuff in articles and Facebook posts all the time. In all honesty, I’ve probably said something similar myself in the past just to make a point. The anti arm training brigade says that you should only train for strength or function, looks… continue reading.