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  Combine the training materials from our two most popular programs – Maximum Functional Mass and Super Vitality for a powerful package of all around strength, health, wellness, endurance, and lifelong vitality! You’ll receive the digital downloads for both e-training manuals – Maximum Functional Mass and Super Vitality All 8 video downloads from Super Vitality […]

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Day 8 of the 30 Day Isometric Challenge

100lb one arm rows holding a variation of a #zejax forward #plank. Just experimenting but very tough! And very hard to hold! Also our isometric exercise for the day from our 30 days of isometrics challenge! Almost anything with the Zejax has an isometric component and is awesome to begin with. Why do it? This […]

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Power Building – Isometric Super-Sets

The 3rd in the Maximum Functional Mass DVD/Download series. Isometric super-sets. This concept is exactly what the words say. It’s a pairing of at least two exercises done back to back one of which is an isometric exercise. This is pairing with no rest and is known in weightlifting terms as a “super-set.” Hence the […]

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Taking your training to its max – Continued

Continued from Part 1: Taking one exercise/lift or feat as far as you can This is the thought I originally intended to convey when I sat down to write a blog post about taking an exercise or feat as far as you can. It was really originally about the kettlebell training I’d been doing. You […]

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Taking one exercise/lift or feat as far as you can

In exercise there has always been a debate on using just a few exercises and pushing them very hard so that you are strong all over or using the widest variety possible and hoping that will make you overall strong. This is the difference between just getting a huge power squat versus a good squat, as […]

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Top 100-plus strongest coaches to learn from in 2016 and beyond

A Rebellion in Fitness The top 100-plus Really, No-Bull, Strongest Coaches you should be learning from in 2016 and beyond! If you’ve been in fitness for more than five minutes you should know that the first month of the year is the silliest time all year.  Home fitness gadgets and nincompoopery sales skyrocket.  Gyms are […]

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The point of diminishing returns in strength training

I had a strength coach in college who first started talking to me about, “a point of diminishing returns.” At the time I heavily disagreed with him. In fact for the most part I still do. His premise was that after a player could squat 500lbs or so (really talking about Linemen in football), they […]

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Survival for life fitness training – How to do it all!

How can we train all the physical abilities mentioned in the last couple of posts in an effective manner and still have a real life? Can it be done? Absolutely! Just make sure you get reality training with good tools that cover a lot of ground at once. Here’s a sample schedule: Once a week […]

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More short-timed workouts for great strength and endurance

Even a good part of your conditioning should take very little time.  When you have more time, train more,  but don’t think that limited time can’t be very productive. Most readers of our old strongerman.com and now those to our AnUnconventionaLife site know about the training I did for extended reps and sets with the […]

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Short-timed workouts for great strength and endurance

In a recent survey one of the questions was, “What is the roadblock keeping you from getting super strength/endurance?” Almost 50% of the huge response we received said they just didn’t have enough time. Here are two tips on getting great results quickly, when you only have a very limited training time. First, keep it simple! Realize first, you only need the […]

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How do I start for building strength and endurance – Part 3

In part two of this three part series on where you begin in your training to gain super strength and endurance at the same time we covered the following openers: Knowing your individual strength style Keeping things simple Creating a “Yard Stick,” by which to measure your starting strength as you build gains Creating a […]

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