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There are tons of videos out there on the internet. Our goal is to show you the right way to lift weights and exercise you body so YOU can get bigger, faster and stronger without risking chronic injuries. Our method is about perfect form and how to keep load on the muscle at all times. We want to maximize the work the muscle does over time in an isolated manner so we are not risking injury as we approach repetitions of struggle.

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Upper Body

 

Upper Body General Information

This section is dedicated to all exercises, compound and simple, that pertains to the upper body. We will outline the common mistakes that many people make and demonstrate the right concepts to focus on through out the motion of each exercise. The targeted muscle groups for this video section include chest, back, shoulders, traps, biceps, triceps, forearms, grip strength and strength output in relation to throwing or swinging overhead.

Our programs aim to educate, demonstrate and encourage anybody from the beginner all the way to the professional athlete looking to target specific strength and endurance. The key here is doing the exercise the right way with moderate weight rather than throwing around “HULK” weight and possibly injuring a ligament, tendon or even worse disc or vertebrae.

Many high school, collegiate and professional athletes alike will tell you the safest, most effective way to work out is steady, controlled and executing a perfect range of motion. For example, Tom can do a barbell chest press at a 1 rep MAX of 245 pounds and a 4 rep MAX of 205. It is true that lower reps will yield more mass while higher reps will typically burn more fat and create more tone. To maximize Tom’s gains, he will benefit most from doing four to five sets of flat bench chest press with 55 pound dumbbells. The key here is going down slow for 2 seconds and back up for 2 seconds. Complete the exercise at this pace for 12 reps which should take 48 seconds and then complete again after a 42 second break. Repeat for five sets and Tom will experience big gains but won’t experience the major soreness or lack of desire to workout due to body fatigue.

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Lower Body

 

Upper Body General Information

This section is dedicated to all exercises, compound and simple, that pertains to the lower body. We will outline the common mistakes that many people make and demonstrate the right concepts to focus on through out the motion of each exercise. The targeted muscle groups quadriceps, hamstrings, glueteus maximus, lower back, calves and stabilizer muscles in the feet and ankles.

Our programs aim to educate, demonstrate and encourage anybody from the beginner all the way to the professional athlete looking to target specific strength and endurance. The key here is doing the exercise the right way with moderate weight rather than throwing around “HULK” weight and possibly injuring a ligament, tendon or even worse disc or vertebrae.

Many high school, collegiate and professional athletes alike will tell you the safest, most effective way to work out is steady, controlled and executing a perfect range of motion. For example, Tom can do a barbell chest press at a 1 rep MAX of 245 pounds and a 4 rep MAX of 205. It is true that lower reps will yield more mass while higher reps will typically burn more fat and create more tone. To maximize Tom’s gains, he will benefit most from doing four to five sets of flat bench chest press with 55 pound dumbbells. The key here is going down slow for 2 seconds and back up for 2 seconds. Complete the exercise at this pace for 12 reps which should take 48 seconds and then complete again after a 42 second break. Repeat for five sets and Tom will experience big gains but won’t experience the major soreness or lack of desire to workout due to body fatigue.

Compound Exercises

 

Upper Body General Information

This section is dedicated to all compound exercises that involve multiple muscle groups. We will outline the common mistakes that many people make and demonstrate the right concepts to focus on through out the motion of each exercise. The core is very important in most of these exercises as it provides you balance and strength when coordinating your upper and lower body.

Our programs aim to educate, demonstrate and encourage anybody from the beginner all the way to the professional athlete looking to target specific strength and endurance. The key here is doing the exercise the right way with moderate weight rather and focus on reaching the full range of motion for the exercise. Another valuable way to maximize your workout is to focus on your breathing and timing the exhale to the hardest part of the movement.

 

Core / Abdominal

 

Upper Body General Information

This section is dedicated to all exercises, compound and simple, that pertains to the core and abdominal muscles. We will outline the common mistakes that many people make and demonstrate the right concepts to focus on through out the motion of each exercise. The targeted muscle group are the abdominals, transverse abdominals, obliques, lower back and core.

Our programs aim to educate, demonstrate and encourage anybody from the beginner all the way to the professional athlete looking to target specific strength and endurance. The key here is doing the exercise the right way with moderate weight rather than throwing around “HULK” weight and possibly injuring a ligament, tendon or even worse disc or vertebrae.

Many high school, collegiate and professional athletes alike will tell you the safest, most effective way to work out is steady, controlled and executing a perfect range of motion.

Senior / Active Older Adults

 

Active Older Adult General Information

This section is dedicated to all exercises, compound and simple, that pertains to the modification of exercises for older adults. We will outline the common mistakes that many people make and demonstrate the right concepts to focus on through out the motion of each exercise.

Our programs aim to educate, demonstrate and encourage anybody from the beginner all the way to the professional athlete looking to target specific strength and endurance. The key here is doing the exercise the right way with moderate weight and focus on balance and stability.

This regimen is the best training tool on the market for any person participating in a rotation-based sport such as tennis, golf, hockey, lacrosse, softball and baseball. To reach the highest level of performance, one must be able to execute range of motion in a controlled manner to build the muscles’ tolerance to weight load and tension. When the moment arrives to unload full speed in a sport, the muscles can exert force at a powerful.

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