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Training Tips: Unilateral Vs. Bilateral Training

Training Tips: Unilateral Vs. Bilateral Training

Posted by Ed Shanks on 13 Feb 2019

Ed ShanksWhen it comes to packing on the most muscle possible it is hard to beat compound movements. One of the reasons why they are so effective at building size and strength is that compound move … read more
Aging Like a Badass, Maurice Jones Style

Aging Like a Badass, Maurice Jones Style

Posted by Jamie Lewis on 08 Feb 2019

We've all said that so-and-so looks good "for their age." It's honestly a pretty crappy thing to say, especially when most people look like crap at any age. Even taking that into account, it's ra … read more
Milk: It Does a Body Good?

Milk: It Does a Body Good?

Posted by Jamie Lewis on 04 Feb 2019

A cursory glance around the internet seems to have people falling into three camps about milk: Milk is the debbil and should be avoided at all costs. Pasteurized and homogenized mil … read more
How Can You Save Me If You Can't Save Yourselves? Part II

How Can You Save Me If You Can't Save Yourselves? Part II

Posted by Jamie Lewis on 23 Jan 2019

In the first part of this bit of wild-eyed polemic, I explained that the evidence-based coaches in the strength training community are, almost to a person, liars who resemble in many ways the idiots … read more

The Somewhat Dubious Value of Eccentricity

Posted by Jamie Lewis on 21 Jan 2019

Bernarr MacFadden The father of modern bodybuilding culture, promoter of the first bodybuilding contest in modern history (with a cash prize bigger than any contest for the next 75 years), and the guy … read more
Feast, Famine, and Ferocity Diet Part 3: The Feast Program

Feast, Famine, and Ferocity Diet Part 3: The Feast Program

Posted by Jamie Lewis on 12 Jan 2019

The Feast Program(4 weeks)The logic here is simple- you're going to lift so heavy and brutally that if you were participating in an orgy filled with obese people at an Acacia Strain concert, you'd.. … read more
Feast, Famine, and Ferocity Diet Part 3: Feasting

Feast, Famine, and Ferocity Diet Part 3: Feasting

Posted by Jamie Lewis on 08 Jan 2019

"Feasting, loosely defined as the public consumption of an elaborate meal often accompanied by entertainment, is a feature of most ancient and modern societies. Hayden and Villeneuve recently defin … read more
Execution Through Visualization

Execution Through Visualization

Posted by Ian Strimbeck on 31 Dec 2018

Ian StrimbeckFounderRunenation LLCwww.runenationllc.comI hear people all the time proclaim that they want to complete something, yet they quickly brush it to the wayside because “it’s hard,” “it’s h … read more
How to Survive the Holidays Part 1

How to Survive the Holidays Part 1

Posted by Ed Shanks on 19 Dec 2018

Ed ShanksChristmas is less than a week away. And if you haven’t already been attacked by the onset of candy treats and Christmas deserts, you will be. Most of us will be attending some sort of Chri … read more

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