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Athlete Advice, Attitude, Being Honest., Strength and Conditioning

Lessons Learned – painful experiences in the world of strength training, part 1. – Gavin Laird

I started training as a teenager sometime in the mid 1990’s; started helping others with their training round about 1998 and opened my first gym just after the start of the current millennium. I’ve...

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Powerlfiting, Powerlifting, Professional Resources

Subterranean lizard people are infiltrating the fitness industry! – William Brown

Subterranean lizard people are infiltrating the fitness industry! What follows is a mildly informative rant on vetting fitness professionals smothered in memes and non-contextual nerd references. All similarities to persons/reptiles living or dead are very...

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Powerlfiting, Powerlifting, Powerlifting Technique, Programme, women

Programming Considerations for the female powerlifter – Will Brown

It's that time of the month again! For a sweet article, of course! Seriously though, we're going to be examining the details that ladies who lift should take into consideration when building a programme. Including,...

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crossfit, Programme, Strength and Conditioning

Training for CrossFit – A professional Strength and Conditioning Coach’s ideas on how to train for the most popular strength sport on earth.

I’ve given CrossFit a fair amount of shit in my time, I won’t shy away from it some of the movement standards allowed by boxes and at competitions doesn’t really do much to put...

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Sports, Strength and Conditioning

Keeping your standards high – How to stand out as a personal trainer or S&C coach by being better.

Personal training and strength and conditioning can be hugely rewarding and fulfilling jobs and as such, they attract a lot of people who want to get into the business.  If you're looking for just...

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