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Slow Overloaded Eccentric Training

Slow Overloaded Eccentric Training

By having people perform the eccentric slowly (lowering phase of a movement where muscles contract while lengthening), you can discover a lot of things about them you might have not been aware of. – – For example, with just about any style of a single leg squat, people often “bounce” or “rock with momentum” out of the bottom position to stand back up. – – This usually makes them appear to be stronger than they ... Read More »

Using The Scale During Unilateral Movements

Using The Scale During Unilateral Movements

⚖ I find that when you’re performing unilateral exercises that require support from other limbs, using the scale is a great tool to see how much work the non-targeted side is actually doing. ⚡Don’t limit yourself to the ideas or movements shown in this video or post. You can also do things like… ⚡Move the position of the scale (higher or lower, more left or right etc.) ⚡Alter the base of support you use (toe ... Read More »

Lifting In Silence: In Depth Discoveries

Lifting In Silence: In Depth Discoveries

Have you ever… Lowered or shut off the volume in your car while driving or parking so you can focus? Told someone to quiet down so you can concentrate? Noticed the lack of sound in high level golf, pool, or olympic weightlifting, etc.? Maybe it’s tradition. Maybe it’s that these activities are generally performed in a quiet setting (so a sudden noise can be extremely distracting). Or maybe these circumstances will change in the future ... Read More »

TEN SIMPLE WAYS TO FIX LOUSY GROUP TRAINING TECHNIQUE

TEN SIMPLE WAYS TO FIX LOUSY GROUP TRAINING TECHNIQUE

1. Teach and demonstrate the exact form/technique you want people to use. Do this before, during, and throughout the training session as much as necessary. If somebody doesn’t know what the movement you’re having them perform is supposed to look like (at full speed, with the exact technique you want them to use), how are they supposed to know what to do or how to execute it? If you can’t demonstrate it yourself (which you ... Read More »

Simple Single Leg Deadlift Progression (With Real People)

Simple Single Leg Deadlift Progression (With Real People)

Here’s a simple single leg deadlift progression you can use with your clients or yourself. For most people, picture/video 1 is the least challenging, and picture/video 5 is the most difficult. Don’t limit yourself to the single leg movements or progressions shown in the video. There are plenty more I didn’t post. #fitness #justinrivelli #singlelegdeadlift #bodybuilding #crossfit #physique #fatloss #lee #lenox #pittsfield #theberkshires Read More »

The WIYLDOI Challenge

The WIYLDOI Challenge

THE “WIYLDOI” CHALLENGE Here’s some information about my perspective on what to consider before giving or taking fitness advice on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram, or even in general. I’m going to title this the “what if your life depended on it” (WIYLDOI) challenge.   What do I mean by this? Before you give or take fitness advice, I invite or challenge you to ask yourself, “Would I act or respond this way ... Read More »

Look, Feel, & Perform Better Doing Planks, Push-ups, & Ab Wheel Rollouts

Look, Feel, & Perform Better Doing Planks, Push-ups, & Ab Wheel Rollouts

Here’s one way I help clients look, feel, and perform better during plank, push-up, and ab rollout/fallout exercises. Note: The following information applies to all anti-extension core movements. Intro: Some people, sometimes, no matter what cues you give them (internal, external, kinesthetic, etc.) just can’t understand, perform, or feel the positions/things you want them too. By following the three bullet points below, you may help yourself (or others) struggling to execute good plank positions, do ... Read More »

Hanging Weights

Hanging Weights

By wrapping a band around a weight and performing exercises (shown in video above), as opposed to holding the weight itself, you construct a resistance training environment that can serve as a great tool for just about anyone. Here’s why… If you choose to implement this, you’ll experience unforeseeable and uncertain movements, shifts, and alterations while performing exercises. Therefore, this technique heightens mental awareness, causes you to naturally contract just about every muscle on your ... Read More »

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