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525 505x2 Deadlifts Relative Max and Workout Routine to Get Big & Strong

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525 Deadlift: http://youtu.be/HiZkAE79l6I

Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2014-10-31 07:13:45 pm    

Training for Maximal Strength - Deadlifts - M51 W1

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Training for Maximal Strength means trying to get as strong as possible on "a" particular lift. I'm focusing on Deadlifts and I've got Triples for this week, Doubles the next and then Singles to boot! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hicS9GaQWjU

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by 1Strength 2012-11-04 11:56:00 am    

How to Lose Weight while Getting Stronger

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ONE heavy workout does NOT justify raiding the desert section of your fridge. Control your intake of food. Lift heavy, progress in the gym and eat healthy - just aim to eat right.

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by 1Strength 2012-11-04 11:54:05 am    

My Strength Training Workouts - How to lift heavy and shrink the fat.

  » Sports


Tip Credibility: 48


submitted by 1Strength 2009-12-04 03:37:47 pm    

My Strength Training Workouts - How to lift heavy and shrink the fat.

  » Sports


Tip Credibility: 48


submitted by 1Strength 2009-12-04 03:37:29 pm    

My Strength Training Workouts - How to lift heavy and shrink the fat.

  » Sports


Tip Credibility: 48


submitted by 1Strength 2009-12-04 03:37:06 pm    

My Strength Training Workouts - How to lift heavy and shrink the fat.

  » Sports


Tip Credibility: 48


submitted by 1Strength 2009-12-04 03:36:43 pm    

My Strength Training Workouts - How to lift heavy and shrink the fat.

  » Sports


Tip Credibility: 48


submitted by 1Strength 2009-12-04 03:36:17 pm    

My Strength Training Workouts - How to lift heavy and shrink the fat.

  » Sports


Tip Credibility: 48


submitted by 1Strength 2009-12-04 03:35:55 pm    

My Strength Training Workouts - How to lift heavy and shrink the fat.

  » Sports


Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-12-04 03:35:39 pm    

My Strength Training Workouts - How to lift heavy and shrink the fat.

  » Sports


Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-12-04 03:34:35 pm    

Training Attitude

  » Health


Sometimes skipping the gym isn't a good idea when it has the potential to become into a habit.

Tip Credibility: 10


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-29 04:40:02 am    

My Strength Training Workouts - How to lift heavy and shrink the fat.

  » Sports


Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-15 04:43:54 pm    

Training Attitude

  » Health


Sometimes, taking a day off which is unplanned does you real good mentally and physically. But remember: skipping training does not mean slacking on your diet. Maintain your diet, get some rest & recovery. Sleep and nutrition are crucial here.

Tip Credibility: 7


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-14 12:05:09 pm    

My Strength Training Workouts - How to lift heavy and shrink the fat.

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Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-13 10:34:33 am    

Impressive Powerlifting Videos

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http://www.ironscene.com/play_hd.php?vid=3270 And old man deadlifting some heavy weight right there!

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-12 11:37:36 am    

Training Attitude

  » Health


Sometimes the best workouts take place when you're not obsessing over them during your down time. Take home point: when you're not in the gym don't think about your training. Focus on your diet if you must.

Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-12 11:35:54 am    

Core Training

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Anti-rotational static core exercises are the most superior core strengthening exercises one can perform. They are the biggest bang for your buck and you must throw them into your training.

Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-11 10:42:44 am    

Training Attitude

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Don't beat yourself up if you happen to skip a few sessions from to time. Your body could do with the rest and recovery and so could your mind. Being at it 100% of the time is next to impossible. So step back from the heavy weights every once in a while.

Tip Credibility: 14


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-10 11:30:45 am    

Training Attitude

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If it just so happens you miss a few workouts, you shouldn't immediately jump back into your old frequency. Because you've "slacked" off a few sessions, ease back into it. If you miss 3 of 4 sessions for 1-2 weeks, get back with doing 2,3,4 per week.

Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-10 11:29:30 am    

My Strength Training Workouts - How to lift heavy and shrink the fat.

  » Sports


Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-09 01:27:02 am    

Core Training

  » Health


Static core exercises which resist motion and use loads are the best exercises to build your core strength. Never shirk these exercises because they are the biggest bang for your buck.

Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-08 06:44:20 pm    

Training Attitude

  » Health


One of the worst things which I encounter from time to time is a complete absence in motivation to work hard. One way which I have found to be helpful to kick start my desire to better myself is by focusing on my diet and laying the foundation right.

Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-08 06:42:20 pm    

How to progress while lifting weights?

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There are quite a few methods to progress on an exercise. In very brief terms, they are: add weight, add reps, add sets, improve quality and by reducing rest periods. You may choose just 1 of the above or more than 1. Either way: Progress Is Progress.

Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-08 02:12:41 pm    

Nutrition and Dietary Tips

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Sometimes, when I am experiencing a lack of motivation in the gym and I am going through a low, one of the best ways to snap out of it is to focus on my diet. It takes my mind off things and doesn't allow my state of mind to make me eat rubbish.

Tip Credibility: 6


submitted by 1Strength 2009-11-07 12:00:49 pm    
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