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Other posts tagged: strength

Is TTAST Right For You?

January 7th, 2015

Happy New Year! Now let’s get a few things straight… I released an ebook in October called The Truth About Strength Training (TTAST). It contains a 12-week workout plan and a diet, as well as my whole philosophy on building muscle and losing fat (plus 2 bonus books). I’ve gotten a lot of wonderful feedback […]

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Practically Bodybuilding

November 30th, 2014

Bodybuilding is like sex when you’re 17. You want to do it. You try to do it. But you don’t really know how to do it—and you probably suck at it. (You also probably overdo it, but who can blame you?)   For nearly every man who ever wanted to put on muscle using weights, […]

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The Truth About Strength Training is HERE

October 14th, 2014

This post is to officially announce the launch of my ebook, The Truth About Strength Training, and its bonuses.   I’m extremely proud of this product and all that went into it, and I know that it’s going to debunk a lot of myths, slaughter a few sacred cows, and answer a lot of questions […]

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Tyler’s Results and The Truth About Strength Training

August 3rd, 2014

Today I have a guest post from my client, Tyler. When I first announced I would be doing a limited amount of online coaching last March, Tyler was one of the first sign-ups. I could tell he was sincere in his desire to reshape his body and was willing to put the necessary work in. […]

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How To Work Up

March 26th, 2013

After you’ve been training for more than a year or so, there’s really only one way to get stronger on barbell lifts: working up. It doesn’t matter if you’re still doing 5×5 or 5/3/1, once your squat gets up over 225 or so, you need to know how to gradually progress your warm-up sets so […]

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