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Strength Sensei Bookshelf: Weightlifting, Olympic Style

Strengh Sensei Bookshelf Weightlifting, Olympic Style A classic weightlifting textbook by an Iron Game Legend The acronym G.O.A.T translates into Greatest of All Time, and is frequently used to describe the best athlete of all time, and often sparks debate.

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Strength Sensei Bookshelf: Power to the People

Strengh Sensei Bookshelf Power to the People Pavel Tsatsouline’s insight into the Russian Training System The strength training methods of Russian athletes have often been ignored by many American coaches because the material available was poorly translated, difficult to understand,

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Training

Standing vs. Seated Exercises: A Few Answers

How body position influences your training progress By Strength Sensei CP   I am often asked which is better, standing exercises or seated? The answer is, “It depends!” Some exercises are best performed seated. For example, I usually don’t recommend

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Strength Sensei Bookshelf: The Great Cholesterol Myth

Strengh Sensei Bookshelf The Great Cholesterol Myth The truth about the real cause of heart disease Those who have followed Charles Poliquin’s career know that he was quite skeptical of many of the beliefs about cholesterol and recommendations. For example,

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Training

Jump Start Your Arm Training for Rapid Growth

A commonsense workout to help you win the arms race By Strength Sensei CP   It’s been said that trying everything under the sun only gets you sunburn. It’s an appropriate motto for those new to the Iron Game who

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