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Eliminating The Fear Of Failure

Brandon Richey Fitness - Super Strength Show - Overcome Fear of FailureBy: Brandon Richey B.S.,CSCS

Week after week it seems that my Facebook news feed is filled with negativity. It’s something that seems to be so pervasive that I find myself having to seek out positive news and positive life experiences with what little time I spend weekly just catching up on what news is going on in the world.

Because of this, I often hear many people say that they have chosen to simply just tune out completely and stop watching the news altogether.
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The Kettlebell Snatch: How To Get This Lift Right!

How To Kettlebell Snatch As a strength coach I believe one of the best weapons you can have in your arsenal of lifts for physical training is the kettlebell snatch. Man… talk about a dynamic lift that involves serious power, grace, technical control, and can still help you to build the strength and endurance of a champion. The kettlebell snatch is certainly one of my biggest go tos for overhead lifting… as long as it can be done right! Today we’re talking about how to get the kettlbell snatch done correctly!
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Push Up Intensity – How to Build Rock Solid Strength With These Simple Techniques

by: Brandon Richey, B.S.,CSCS

When talking about building strength and being able to do so in a way that is efficient and involves convenience, there is no better way to do so than hitting the deck and cranking out a solid number of good old fashioned push ups! Whether you’re good at push ups or not you will want to tune in to this post to see just how powerful a little innovation can be! 
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The World’s Strongest Man, Paul Anderson

Paul Anderson - Strongman - Super Strength ShowIn case you haven’t been following us on Our Facebook Page, we wanted to post something that we thought was pretty awesome. A few weeks ago, we shared a video with our Facebook Fans highlighting the career of Legendary Weightlifter, Paul Anderson. In case you didn’t already know, Paul Anderson is known as the Strongest Man On Earth!

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21st Century Strategies for the General Warm Up

Karsten Jensen - Super Strength Show - Warm-upAs a community of strength coaches and personal trainers, I believe that we are improving. The general warm up consisting of “10 minutes on the bike” or jogging the periphery of the soccer field are gradually being replaced by more varied movements that include dynamic mobility and speed, agility and quickness drills.

The biggest problem with “10 minutes on the bike” or jogging the periphery of the field is not that the client or athlete does not get warm, because they do. The biggest problem with this type of generic warm up is that it COULD have been MUCH more productive. The biggest problem with this type of warm up is that it is a waste of time.
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Make Every Rep Count – Part 2

Here’s another, deeper reason for making each rep count. You only get one shot at that rep at that specific moment in time.

Yes, you can take as many tries as you want, or until the gym closes – that’s not what I’m talking about.

What I’m referring to has to do with the passage of time.
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Make Each Rep Count

One of the most important habits I’ve ever developed is making each rep count.

It doesn’t matter if it’s a warm up or max attempt. Each rep has a purpose, and I focus on achieving that purpose every time.
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