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Why You Should Always Put Safety Collars on the Bar

Lifting collars or clips are designed to keep plates securely on a barbell. Using collars is a basic weight room safety requirement, but raise your ha...

By: Andy Haley

15 Training Mistakes That Top Strength Coaches Want You to Correct Immediately

What does it take to be a great athlete or become the fittest version of yourself? Ask yourself that question. What kind is the athletic trait or...

By: Justin Ochoa

Diaphragmatic Breathing Guide for Beginners: Exercises to Get Stronger, Recover Faster or Just Calm Down

How To Breath To Make You Strong! Believe it or not, deep breathing (diaphragmatic breathing) is one of the best tools that athletes can utilize to...

By: Alex Nurse

How Performing More Sets With Less Rest Builds Size, Strength and Power

Athletes have three goals: 1) Build muscle 2) Get stronger 3) Increase explosiveness Some athletes only want one of these things. Some want to be strong...

By: Jake Tuura

Foam Rolling Techniques to Fix Every Trouble Spot on Your Body

Foam rolling has made it mainstream. There is no question that the benefits of the technique have resonated with athletes of all ages and skill levels....

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