Josh Henkin

Josh Henkin

 

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Real life rarely includes perfectly balanced loads, so why train that way?
Weightlifting is enjoying a surge in popularity, but it might not be the best tool for every athlete.
If you only train movement straight up and down, it leaves you weak for the challenges of real life.
Kettlebell snatches are good for a lot more than conditioning, but there's more to them than "a swing that ends up overhead."
The best gym for big gains can be what you build at home.
These lesser known kettlebell movements will expose and challenge your weak areas.
Developing these functional patterns will pay dividends in everything else.
Thruster variations can help develop mobility, stability, and strength.
Try some of these progressions and see your functional strength jump to new heights.
There is a lot of talk about the posterior chain of strength and stability, but for most people, weakness begins in the lateral chain.
The original intent of complexes was a bit deeper than just beating yourself to a bloody pulp.
“Sandbags? Really? We talking about sandbags?” Look through these three points for a new look at sandbags.