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Do You Need to be Strong to Be a Strength Coach? http://bit.ly/1mxHmhf
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Random Thoughts on Sports Performance Training http://bit.ly/1u2W0yi

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It's time for this month's sports performance training musings. Many of these thoughts came about because we have a lot of our professional baseball guys back to kick off their off-season training, so I'm doing quite a few assessments each week. In no particular order... 1. There is a difference between "informative" assessments and "specific" […]
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Fitness & Menstual Health: How to Stay Lean, Healthy, and Fit While Maintaining Your Period http://bit.ly/1uJ380D

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Fit women often lose their menstrual period when training hard or dieting to lose fat. While some think it's no problem, this couldn't be further from the truth. In today's article we explore why losing your period can be a negative thing. We also share some tips on staying lean and fit while maintaining your hormonal health.
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Strength Lesson: RISE & SHINE, CAMPERS! It's time to wake up, grab a shot (or 10) of espresso, and get your short-shorts and head bands on because today is sample workout Wednesday.

In this full body workout...well...you know what?

Suffice to say it's going to suck.

But it'll make you better, stronger, and infinitely more good looking.

Enjoy <3

1a) [Weighted] Chin-Up: 3 x 2-2-2***
1b) Front Squat: 3 x 6

2a) DB Bench Press: 3 x 8
2b) Barbell RDL: 3 x 10

3a) Farmers Carry: 2-3 x 50ft
3b) Long Lever Plank: 2-3 x 15sec
3c) Single-Leg Glute Bridge off Bench: 2-3 x 10/leg

**For the [weighted] chin-ups, perform 2 reps at a time followed by a 10-sec rest for a total of 6-reps per set. You should NOT fail on a single repetition so only use extra weight if you can while using *perfect form. 
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Seduced and Screwed by Strength http://bit.ly/1B6edLr 

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Strength is the most important goal you can have in the gym (and life). But sometimes you need more.READ MORE
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Strength Lesson: "I love those who can smile in trouble, who can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. 'Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but they whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves their conduct, will pursue their principles unto death."
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Alactic System Training for Fighters http://bit.ly/1BfWIbR

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Strength Lesson: Quit hating on cardio.
All over the fitness interwebz I keep seeing fear mongering posts about the perils of cardio.
What the fuck?
Stop it.
Cardio isn't dangerous.
Cardio won't make you fat.
And, call me crazy, but cardio will actually probably HELP you live a longer, healthier life.
Granted, cardio doesn't need to make up the sum and substance of your training programs.
That's obvious.
But to say that it's useless - or even dangerous - is a display of pure ignorance beyond comprehensibility.
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My Road to a 4x Bodyweight Deadlift: Episode 2 http://bit.ly/ZO4fD8

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Fear Mongering Nutrition Advice http://bit.ly/1pepLGZ

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One health & fitness magazine's PR nightmare illustrates the importance of science in giving diet advice.
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Strongfident Radio: Episode 2 Featuring Jordan Syatt http://bit.ly/1mQwCuW

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The 10 Worst Types of Personal Trainers http://bit.ly/1prQzTj

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In any field, you’ll find a large discrepancy between the most talented and competent individuals and the least talented and competent individuals. In the world of personal training, there is no exception. The best and most effective trainers exhibit markedly different characteristics compared to the least effective trainers. Listed below are the ten worst types …
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A Strength Training and Nutritional Consultant. Run www.syattfitness.com
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My name is Jordan Syatt and I am a training and nutritional consultant. 
My specialties are fat loss, mass gain, and athletic performance.
If you would like to request a consultation, ask a question, or just wanna drop in and tell me how charming I am, feel free to e-mail me at: jsyattfitness@gmail.com If you're looking for a consultation put "QUERY" in the subject line so I don't accidentally miss it.
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