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Standing on the Shoulders of Giants – Maintaining an Environment

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This is a guest post that originally published on Tony Bonvechio’s site BonvecStrength.com. For the original article, go here. —- I have the fortune of sharing barbells, weights, chalk, and sometimes strange smells with the likes of Tony Gentilcore, Greg Robins, Tony Bonvechio, and Eric Cressey, (and now Nancy Newell) along with the various interns that lift heavy stuff. Having these […]

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BREATHING YOUTUBE

Foundational Coaching: Installment 4 – Breathing for Performance

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One item that I find myself coaching over and over involves the concept of breathing, along with how to approach it for various exercises. Whether or not this biases me as “the breathing guy” at my facility doesn’t matter to me – if I can use and manipulate my breathing to do the task at hand, I’ll do it. Essentially […]

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Bboy In Action

3 Benefits for Lifting if You’re a Dancer

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There are tons of benefits to exercising and beginning a strength training regimen if you’re pursuing a dance as an art, career, or hobby. Plenty of dancers believe that in order to improve their craft, they should only dance more and more. While there is certainly plenty of merit to this notion, and specific technique does play a role within […]

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Deadlift E2D

Calling All Dancers…

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This is a call for all dancers… … Dancers looking to get stronger that is! Here is your chance to receive customized programming for increasing muscle mass for the summer, returning from an injury, or increasing performance for your work or hobby. Practicing upside down selfies before dance practice is a pastime of mine as well. This pilot dance strength […]

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What The Future Will Look Like

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Recently there has been a large lack of direction in this blog, namely owing to the fact that I was like a tree in the wind, bending and swaying at whatever direction the wind (people’s expectations and reactions) blew.

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