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One Way To Do A Manual Squat
There are several good ways to do a manual squat the following is one: The manual squat is extremely effective. Like all manual resistance
Having Muscle Matters
Having Muscle Matters Especially As You Age. There is a significant decline in muscle mass with aging. Building muscle mass when you’re young is
The Ralph Cornwell Files
Good Solid Questions For The Coaching Profession Ralph Cornwell is a Ph.D. candidate in health promotion/human performance at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Sometimes You Need A Break
Sometimes you need a break. Mike Gittleson was the Director of Strength & Conditioning at the University of Michigan for 30 years and was
The Red Wheelbarrow and Dr Ken
   The Red Wheelbarrow  by William Carlos Williams so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with rain water beside the white chickens.
Multiplying The Teams Potential
What is interesting about potential is that it is a latent excellence. Being latent we know that potential is there. The issue in athletics
Counting A Rep
Counting A Rep The rep is in three parts 1. Shortening phase 2. Pause and wait for a number 3. The lengthening phase which elicits growth.
Making A Pro Using The Power Squat Pro
The Making Of A Pro Using The Power Squat Pro – Vinnie Ray and Dr. Ken Leistner Dr. Ken is out of East Rockaway,
Every Rep Counts
Count and record every rep that you do and remember Every Rep Counts. Mike Gittleson was the Director of Strength & Conditioning at the