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Dream Big, Never Quit with Marc Megna – Episode 321

Marc Megna was never afraid to dream big. During his pro football career the retired NFL Linebacker was coached by some of the greatest in the game, including Bill Belichick, Bill Parcels, Pete Carroll and Dick Lebeau. The lessons he learned from these legends would carry over to his second act in life. After designing training programs for teammates, he realized he could make a career out of his passion for fitness. Scroll down for show notes: Click here to subscribe via… continue reading.

Unleash Your True Strength with Elliot Hulse – Episode 192

Elliott Hulse wants to help you get strong in every way. In this episode of the Renegade Radio Podcast, you’ll learn how to be physically strong and mentally tough. You’ll discover how to break the shackles that hold you back so that you can finally achieve your goals and live the life you want. Elliot will help you unlock the secrets that will make you a KING. Within a span of ten years, Elliot has evolved from a struggling personal trainer to a YouTube superstar with over one million subscribers.  In this episode, we discuss how Elliott discovered strength training and… continue reading.

Renegade Strength & Conditioning Workshop Review

By David Claiborne As a strength coach, one thing that I always try to make sure I do is to learn from the best. That is why last month, I traveled (once again) up to New Jersey to learn from one of the guys who originally got me in this industry and I turn to frequently for information to help take my coaching, and my clients and athletes results up another notch. Sure, I could join his Inner Circle (I did), and just read his blog posts (I have been for 3+ years now), and say… continue reading.

Deadly Combination For Size & Strength

Question: I’ve read that the best way to get bigger and stronger is to train exclusively in the 8-12 range like bodybuilders. Then I turn around and someone is telling me that I should go heavy and only train in the 1-5 rep range for the best gains in size and strength. So which one is it? Answer: Before I answer your question I have to preface it with the fact that beginners should always stick with basic programs and reps in the 5-8 range. Nothing higher than 8, and nothing lower than 5. Do that… continue reading.