Category Archives: Training Tips

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Hey Pencil Neck?…(Yeah You!)

  • by Matt Jennings
  • July 7, 2016
Some people ask why bother with direct traps training…? Well here’s five reasons right off the top of my noggin’: Strong and well developed traps lends to general strength around neck. Strong and well developed traps can eliminate chronic neck aches and pains. Strong and well developed traps can help improve overhead pressing patterns. Strong […]Read More >>
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Hacking The Pull-Up

  • by Matt Jennings
  • April 20, 2016
1) Start your pull-up training from the dead-hang position. You want to put some time in here for three reasons. First, just the simplicity of holding this position can be considered shoulder mobility/pre-hab work (and sometimes re-hab) with the potential of mitigating the likelihood of suffering from ‘cranky shoulder syndrome’. Second, this is where you […]Read More >>
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Cluster Bombing For Impressive Delts

  • by Matt Jennings
  • March 31, 2016
Let’s face it…nothing says “yes, I train hard and yes, I know I have a cool physique” quite like a great pair of well developed shoulders.  Sure…round glutes…full diamond shaped calves and a lean mid-section definitely finish off a fine physique. But ass kicking delts on anyone just straight up exemplifies strong, sexy and shapely […]Read More >>
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Sprint…Why??

  • by Matt Jennings
  • March 11, 2016
Sprinting will not only bring out your alter ego and destined physique, it improves your mitochondrial health and overall performance. So get outside…mark out a 100 meters…bust out a few sprints…get lean and attack life!  #TREADMILLS-SUCK The Benefits of Sprinting YOU WILL BURN BODY FAT BY INCREASING POST-EXERCISE FAT OXIDATION BY 75% (Studies done with […]Read More >>
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Don’t Just Pick Things Up And Put Them Down

  • by Matt Jennings
  • February 5, 2016
Deadlifting…is awesome. Nothing like hangin’ with your buddies, loading some wheels on the bar and tapping deep into your CNS and going beast mode…nothing like it. But there is something about lifting something relatively heavy off the ground and taking it some place. I mean it seems almost unnatural at times to pick up something […]Read More >>