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The Core of Change

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The Core of Change Being a retailer we get to talk to thousands of people every single month, which is a great thing because each customer comes with a different goal in mind as well as different challenges. Not every program, diet plan, or supplement can be universally in need by everyone who walks through our doors (or walks outside of them) and there is absolutely a hierarchy to what’s most important and how each decision is made. What’s most important is that you understand training will always be the stimulus. Ultimately guys and gals who train hard will demand...

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Variety, The Gain Killer

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Monotony. A word we try to avoid when it comes to bodybuilding, powerlifting and life in general. Our brains naturally enjoy variation to our daily habits whether it comes from wearing different outfits or listening to different music. The same things over and over again make us feel like we’re going crazy. Discipline. A hot topic on the social media platforms and on your favorite motivation podcasts (a conversation piece for another day). Forcing consisting habits through discipline create the pathway for reaching your goals. So what do we need, variation or discipline? How about calculated variation? Or maybe we...

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Eating Your Way To A 600lb Bench

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Whenever you see a bench over 400lbs you know that athlete took years to get there. On occasion you’ll see people get to that 400lb mark quickly and those are your freak athletes. How often do you see a 500lb bench though? 600? We hear those crickets too. Long before powerlifting went mainstream, it was a sport for outcasts, and during that time we always said one thing when people wanted to get strong; “weight moves weight”. It was a very simple formula. Strength doesn’t always have to come at the cost of weight gain though, but it’s absolutely a...

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Balancing The Unbalanced

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Life gets hectic but that doesn't mean you've fallen off. Remember this:

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Fixing DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscular Soreness)

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Push hard and help yourself recover faster.

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