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Elements of Training

Workout Harder or Smarter?

People train for many different reasons, and these reasons point out the difference between a “fitness enthusiast” and an “athlete”. If you train steadily, with diligence, in order to reach goals (not just to vent stress) you must be considered an athlete. One could disagree with my definition, related to training for achieving results, but surely there is something […]

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News & Updates

Coaching tools to train from a distance

In these interesting articles Jimmy Smith and Marisa Inda overviewed a relatively new business perspective for Strength Coaches worldwide, Training from a Distance or Online Training. ( http://www.elitefts.com/education/coaching-from-a-distance/ http://www.jtsstrength.com/articles/2015/08/23/maximize-your-online-training-experience/ ) The most important point of view of “training from distance” could be reconnected to the need of clients for specific training, therefore specific coaching knowledge […]

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High Density Training for Muscle Building and Conditioning: get more in less time

When it comes to proficiency and workout time management many of us gym animals are concerned about making the most out of the very short time they can dedicate to their bodies. Many are just trying the fastest way to look good naked shedding some fat and growing some muscles, others,like crossfitters, are trying to create […]

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How To’s

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 […]