Strength: noun. the ability to overcome.


5 Ways To Successfully Mix Kettlebells With Barbells

by GEOFFN August 26, 2010 Kettlebells

You may not be using barbells right now. Don’t worry – this information is still for you because you’ll get some new ideas on how to structure your kettlebell training programs. There seems to be so much great information about kettlebell training it’s hard for the average person to know where to start and to actually […]

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How To Become Instantly Stronger, Part 2

by GEOFFN July 21, 2010 Strength

In my last post on this subject, I threw out an important equation on how to become instantly stronger. Here it is again. Instant Strength = SG + CV + FA + DE Today, I wanted to take a close look at “CV.” CV stands for Clear Vision. At first, that seems kind of obvious, […]

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Raw Power And Athleticism Defined…

by GEOFFN July 14, 2010 Movement

It’s no secret – I LOVE the sport of Weightlifting. Arguably my all-time favorite lifter is Anatoli Pisarenko. He was the Soviet Super Heavyweight who ruled the world between 1982-1984. He redefined the Super Heavyweight. He was lean and powerful. Graceful almost. Watch this video and watch his body positions. Absolutely amazing! He Clean and […]

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The “Law” of Training Results, Part 3

by GEOFFN March 3, 2010 Philosophy

Everyone wants it now. Scratch that – we all want it yesterday. But that’s just not how things work. That’s just not the way nature is set up. When a farmer plants his seeds to grow a new crop, he doesn’t cover them over and expect that overnight, or instantly, that new crop will appear. […]

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The “Law” of Training Results, Part 1

by GEOFFN February 23, 2010 Philosophy

There’s a lot of talk lately about training results. And that’s a great thing. It’s getting people excited about training again. But really, there is nothing magical or mystical about getting results from your training. To get results from your training, you must simply follow the Law of Compensation, which is comprised of three parts. […]

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