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PA Radio – Episode 122: Rob Miller

By Cali Hinzman / September 18, 2015 /

…leads to Rob’s affirming stance on strength development, even in sports whose demands are highly specialized. Rob Miller is a lifelong advocate for smart training principles, including limiting exposure to…

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Getting Started with Bedrock

By Carl Case / February 26, 2017 /

…they have to attack the limiting factor of a novice athlete. In the example above, an early reset cost the athlete 40-60 lbs on their back squat! Their athletic base…

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Get a Grip: Part 2

By Cali Hinzman / January 28, 2014 /

…during Part 1, Bobby will now create a base understanding of grip components, discuss some general guidelines, and proper implementation protocol in an attempt to eliminate grip as a limiting

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Women and Bulking

By Leah Kay / June 9, 2016 /

…to oversimplify it because there’s a lot of factors that affect your individual BMR, but the amount of lean body mass that you have is a major player. A pound…

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Athlete Accountability

By Tex McQuilkin / July 5, 2015 /

factors which end up defining the accountability of a team, but the players see everything.  Too often, little details fall through the cracks in the off- and preseason, drastically affecting Game…

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Eating Disorders: Performance’s Quiet Killer

By Tyler Minton / March 2, 2016 /

…between the ages of 12 and 25. In a study of NCAA Division 1 athletes, it was found that over one-third of female athletes showed risk factors for anorexia. Bear…

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Going Macro on Micros: Blood Testing for Success

By Bryce Wolcott / April 1, 2021 /

…on your individual metabolism, which is a function of your environment, activity, and genetics. With all of these factors involved, population-level data on intake, or even micronutrient status, would be…

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