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  • THE MOST IMPORTANT RULE TO ACHIEVING RESULTS
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    THE MOST IMPORTANT RULE TO ACHIEVING RESULTS

    The most important concept you must understand regarding training is progressive overload. This is just a fancy term which means your training needs to get harder. You can do this by: Increasing the weight you’re lifting on an exercise. Performing more repetitions on an exercise you previously did. Doing more sets with an exercise you previously di...

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  • GETTING LEAN FAST: WHAT YOUR BODY FAT SAYS ABOUT YOU
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    GETTING LEAN FAST: WHAT YOUR BODY FAT SAYS ABOUT YOU

    What difference does it make if you know your body fat percentage if you don’t know how to effectively lower it? Lowering it is what matters. In order to do this right you must know what your fat deposits represent. Enter BioSignature Modulation Around 2003 I read about BioSignature from Charles Poliquin. Charles is the most successful strength coach...

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  • GET A GRIP TO GET STRONGER
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    GET A GRIP TO GET STRONGER

    You’re only as strong as your weakest link and often times this is the grip. Your grip is the first thing that attaches you to a barbell, dumbbell, kettlebell, or your opponent (any grapplers out there grip is critical). If you strengthen your grip many big lifts will go up. Bottom line, if you lift more you’ll see more results. It’s one ...

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  • WHAT ABOUT ABS PART 2
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    WHAT ABOUT ABS PART 2

    Like I mentioned in Part 1, Today I got this question: Client: Can we train abs really hard on Friday? Me: Why? Do you think training your abs is going to melt the fat off your stomach? Client: Well, yeah. Isn’t it? Me: No. (explanation why it won’t). If you’re wondering the same thing, read part 1 here. Now on with part 2. The first thin...

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  • WHAT ABOUT ABS?
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    WHAT ABOUT ABS?

    I get a question about abs practically every time I first start training a new person or anytime talking to someone over the phone. It’s a good question since everyone wants them. And here’s the thing. You don’t get abs in the gym. You get them in the kitchen. You cannot spot reduce body fat that well from exercise.┬áIf you could you̵...

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