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Paralysis by analysis.
That’s what you might suffer if you allow yourself to be overloaded with some of the minutiae related to strength and fitness.
Rather than debate low bar versus high bar, belted versus beltless, sumo versus conventional, Greg Nuckol’s overall advice is simple:
Find what works for you. And then do that consistently.
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No More Pulled Hamstrings! — Mike Robertson
5 Underused Techniques for a Stronger Bench Press — David De Las Morenas
Complete Guide to Bar Speed Trackers — Carl Valle, Strength Theory
The Stage System — Eric Cressey, T-Nation
My Switch To Strength: The Tale Of A Former Cardio Queen — Jen Comas, GGS
12 Core Exercises to Make You Harder to Kill and Easier to Look At — Jarrett Brummett, SAPT
6 Things You Do That Your Clients Hate — Mike Reinold
The Athlete’s Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy — Kimberly Mueller, Experience Life
Talent Matters — Tony Gentilcore
The REAL Worldwide Epidemic is NOT Obesity — Paul Nobles
The Big Roadblock To Losing Fat — Bryan Krahn
Th Best Diet To Lose Weight — Kelly Coffey
Losing Fat Without Macro Counting – 10 Simple Strategies — Jason Helmes
Ask The Experts: How Do You Get Big Calves? — Jason Maxwell and Others
60-40-20: Get A Killer Pump With Rest-Pause! — Lawrence Ballenger, Bodybuilding.com
18 Laws of Ab Training — Craig Capurso, Bodybuilding.com
The Social Aspects of Getting Ripped — Anthony Dexmier
How To Adjust Your Diet To Successfully Bulk — Andy Morgan
Elimination diets: Could giving up certain foods solve your health problem? — John Berardi, Precision Nutrition
Supplements are the Wild West of health. One Attorney General is out to change that — Scott Gavura, Science-Based Medicine