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What is Periodization and Why is it Important? By Karsten Jensen

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5-Week “Get Jacked” Program

Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought that it was time to put on a little muscle?  Who hasn’t? Many of our USC members spend a lot of time working with other people, but there’s absolutely nothing wrong with spending a little time on yourself, too.  In fact, it really helps your credibility […]

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Speed and Acceleration Development for Football – Darl Bauer

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“Preparing for Strength” A Strongman Training Series, Pt. 2 – Dave Pankow, RKC

Cheap Real Xanax Online “Luck is a matter of preparation meeting opportunity.” ~Lucious Annaeus Seneca      Success does not happen by accident.  Hard work and planning are the foundation of success in any walk of life. This article will more clearly define the remaining 3 bullet points from part 1. 4.  Schedule your training sessions and hold yourself accountable: […]

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“Preparing for Strength” A Strongman Training Series, Pt. 1 – Dave Pankow, RKC

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Real Guidelines for Putting on Size – Darl Bauer

http://learnwithojo.com/chair-for-a-bear/feed/ There are a lot of players out there that need to get bigger.  This is often difficult because genetic limitations are hard to overcome. Fortunately, I believe that you can overcome them. In high school and college athletes you see that some players may be developmentally behind, either from puberty or they just haven’t hit […]

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Rogers Group: USC Highlight Video Series, Part 1

Buy Cheap Xanax From Canada Jim Kielbaso and Kyle Camp, Rogers Group Vice president of Marketing and Product development, sit down to discuss the beginnings of the Rogers Group and Rogers Athletic.  Most people know Rogers Athletic as a leading developer for football practice/training equipment, but throughout this series we’re going to explore everything else they’re a part of. Be […]

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A System for Making Coaching Cues Meaningful and Efficient – Interview with Trainer Mike Robertson

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Real Hard Work Series: Coach Jim Kielbaso on Hard Work

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Isometric Training for Specific Results by Adam Gentry

http://junction25.com/upload.php I was having coffee with a friend of mine the other day.  He’s a basketball strength coach at a Big East school, and as you would assume, he has his hands full with long, lengthy athletes, with poor postural control.  If you’ve ever worked with basketball, you know what I’m talking about, a bunch of […]

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