Bryan Dermody
Powerlifter/Strength Athlete
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Jared Enderton
NPGL Athlete/Olympic Weightlifter
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Tate Fisher
CrossFit Coach/Athlete
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Carissa Johnson
WBFF Pro/Fitness Model
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Danyelle Mastarone
NPC Figure Competitor
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Tim Nassen
Master's Bodybuilder
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Erin Stern
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Eric Todd
Strongman/Strength Athlete
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Nick Weite
Powerlifter/Strength Athlete
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January 10, 2017

Let’s be honest… it may be a new year, but you are still the same you. You are still uniquely created, you are still the same height, you still have the same color eyes, you still have a caring heart and you still face challenges. There are certain things about... Read More

January 4, 2017

There are hundreds of squat variations.  Some are common, easy to perform, and easy to implement into a training routine. Since I hurt my SI joint (lower back), I have been very careful about not doing too many traditional squats. Instead of going heavier on squats, I want to focus... Read More

December 6, 2016

My fitness journey has been quite the trip. I've gone from a soccer endurance bunny in high school with little to no weightlifting, to more of a runner during college. I then joined a gym due to a running injury and started weightlifting. My goals changed from simply staying in... Read More

November 16, 2016

We all want shapely biceps, but how many reps of standing biceps curls does it take to see results? Possibly thousands! Fortunately, there is a more effective way to curl, and it doesn’t require lifting more weight. Simply changing angles and changing tempo can produce great muscle building results! All... Read More

November 15, 2016

In the powerlifting community there are generally two different camps of thought when it comes to speed training. One camp wholeheartedly believes that it is an effective training method for powerlifters, while others believe that it is not an effective tool. The goal of this brief article is to offer... Read More

October 27, 2016

Lat pull downs with a pause-rep We’re coming up on the holiday season, or what many people like to call “bulking season.” Fortunately it’s not necessary to gain a lot of fat while trying to gain muscle! In this new series, Build Without Bulking, we’ll go over how to train to... Read More

October 5, 2016

Many of us who lift strive for broad shoulders. Not only does it look powerful and help prevent injury, it can also make the waist look smaller. It can take years to build them, but with proper form, you’ll see results sooner! This month, we’ll focus on the dumbbell lateral... Read More

September 29, 2016

School is back in session, and life has become even busier.  My training is still progressing which has been positive.  I finally reintroduced back squats into my regiment, and though very light for the time being, they feel good.  I have even competed twice in the past month.   The first... Read More

August 31, 2016

It's hard to believe that last year at this time I was in the best shape of my life and had just competed in my 4th WBFF Pro show. This year my life completely changed for the better as I was blessed with a beautiful baby girl who is already... Read More

August 30, 2016

One of the questions I get asked most often in the gym is, “What rep range should I be working out in?”  The answer to this varies from person to person and often depends on what their specific goals are and what their body type is (endomorph, mesomorph, ectomorph).  There... Read More

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