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The 1-2-3-4 Training Program:  Introduction & Day 1

The 1-2-3-4 Training Program: Introduction & Day 1

What you will receive in this article series is… A new six week training program you can use at any point in your training “career”. Picture and video demonstrations of each day/exercise that can be tailored to fit your current level of training. How to fit this to your training schedule whether that be two, three, four or five days a week. My programming is always specific to the individual but I figured I would ... Read More »

Lat Pulldowns: How to Make Them More Effective

Lat Pulldowns: How to Make Them More Effective

In this post you will learn… 1. Eight “mistakes” of the lat pulldown. 2. How to make this exercise more effective. 3. What a “good” lat pull-down looks like. The lat pull-down is an extremely common exercise I see butchered daily. Below you will learn how to make this exercise more effective by generating more tension on the musculature you are aiming too (the latissimus dorsi or the “lats”). Let’s get started. EIGHT LESS THAN ... Read More »

Work Your Way Up The Split Squat Scale

Work Your Way Up The Split Squat Scale

Like in my work your way up the squatting scale article, this post is straightforward and easy to understand. In it I will explain… How to “level up” your split squats or rear foot elevated split squats (RFESS). By this I mean… If you can perform level one easily and correctly, then you are warranted to move on to level two. If you can perform level two easily and correctly, you are given the right ... Read More »

Work Your Way up the Squatting Scale

Work Your Way up the Squatting Scale

This article is really straightforward. I’m going to show you a simple squatting progression, so that no matter what level you are at, you are able to train this awesome movement. All this means, is that I will list some squat variations, with level one being the easiest, and level five being more challenging, so you are able to develop towards a more advanced state, gradually in stages. Once you can perform level one comfortably with solid technique, you can move onto ... Read More »

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