The Physics of Lifting: Don’t Forget to Hinge
Deadlifts, low-bar back squats, and kettlebell swings are a great way to utilize the posterior chain.
Introductory Guide to Velocity Based Training
Reps, sets, and percentages can guide your training goals, but they're not always accurate. Here's another option.
Why the Numbers on Weight Machines Are a Lie
Where the real problem occurs is the whole idea that a machine can move more resistance than the effort put into it.
Rehabilitation for Lumbar Spine Recovery: The Science and the Truth
A focus on multifidus for neutral spine posture is the source of many failed low back rehabilitation programs.
How to Ride Faster With No Training: How the Weights of Your Bike and You Matter
Time for a little high school physics so if you can decide if that fancy cycling gear that saves you a few grams of weight is actually worth your money or not.
How High School Physics Can Help Us With Our Weightlifting
Do you remember the lessons you learned in high school physics? Well, you should, because it turns out they're not only relevant to weightlifting, but mighty helpful.
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