5 Olympic-Lifting Variations for Runners

Traditionally, explosive weightlifting has been reserved for sprinters, but distance runners can also benefit from including these power-producing exercises in their strength and conditioning program. In addition to traditional strength training and plyometric exercises, the Olympic lifts and their variations can help runners improve their potential for performance.   The Science   Power is the

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Power Play: A High Intensity Dumbbell-Bodyweight Circuit

Below is a guest post from Lift Weights Faster author Jen Sinkler. Also, always consult with your physician or fitness professional before attempting high intensity workouts or unfamiliar exercises. Enjoy! ### All variations of the clean and the snatch are a blast to coach. The moment of dawning realization in someone’s eyes when you explain

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3 Tips to Improve Your Squat

My friend and colleague, Jordan Syatt, from Syatt Fitness has posted three videos to help you with your squat. I’ve been asked a lot lately about bar position and what to think about when the weight gets heavy, so these videos couldn’t have come at a better time. Enjoy! 1. Should you go high or

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Top 5 Reasons You’re Not Seeing Results in the Gym

Below is a guest blog post from a good friend of mine and fellow colleague, Chad Landers. After over 20 years in the personal training business, I’ve come to realize that many people still have problems achieving their personal fitness goals. While this is good for my business, the vast majority of people will be

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3 Exercises You Probably Haven’t Tried Yet

Lately, I’ve been playing around with and incorporating a few different exercises into my workouts. I’m all about increasing the challenge and effectiveness of each exercise I do and here are 3 exercise variations I’ve been enjoying (getting killed by) lately. Kneeling Banded Hip Thrust with Single Arm Kettlebell Press   The hip thrust is

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