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Elements of Training, Tommy's Barbell Club @ Beast

Why Do You Workout?

As a #WeightroomWarrior, #FitnessEnthusiast, #PowerLifter, #BodyBuilder, #Athlete, or you just train for your health, there is an overwhelming amount information, articles, and experts that can “make you lose weight” or “get huge fast” ecc ecc, you catch my drift. There are many industry experts and even more personal trainers. Everyone has a training method, meal plan, and […]

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Beast Interviews

Featured Athlete: Martina Marson- Free Style Wrestler, Powerlifter, and Trainer

Beast is excited to announce that we are an official training partner of Martina Marson. We are proud to be side by side in our mission; innovating the world of training, ensuring every serious Weightlifter, Athlete or Trainer enjoys our new powerful tool to enhance their training performance. Martina a former kick boxer, is a trainer and is […]

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How To’s

Are you training with the correct intensity?

Beast provides assistance in weight selection. If you choose an exercise in the “Workout of the Go” mode the Beast App will look into your recorded workouts and retrieve your exercise history. These informations will be used to calculate the correct training ranges of intensity for each kind of Strength. you can check how training […]

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Are you using the right weight?

In this tutorial you will learn how to use Beast to check the load you’re lifting. x https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPSBf0LK-68&index=2&list=PLGZ7f0LWAABqd4qT5gLSh5jcYQcmh5AVw Training at the correct Intensity is a key aspect for the efficiency of your workout sessions. Training Intensity = Load lifted / 1RM 1RM stands for 1 Repetition Maximum, or the maximum load you can lift for […]

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Am I doing enough repetitions?

In the tutorial below we’re going to show you how to use Beast to monitor your training Volume. x https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgpqwYDA0IQ&index=3&list=PLGZ7f0LWAABqd4qT5gLSh5jcYQcmh5AVw Training Volume = sets x reps x load lifted Very simply, training Volume is the total amount of Weight you lift for the exercise, it is related to the total number of repetitions and it […]