Things that have made the biggest difference in your training?

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  1. ANABOLICMINDS.COM -----this!


  2. Quote Originally Posted by ZiR RED View Post
    Here's a snapshot of part of my bookshelf in my office.



    Also, assessing for muscular imbalances and correcting them has, IMO, made some of the biggest improvements in my overall performance and recovery.
    That's a winner. The 1st day of my internship I took a photo of the strength coach's bookshelf in his office and purchased just about every book off of it. I haven't finished reading them all yet but i'm working on it
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  3. Get it in your head right now to not try and force gains. Eat a crapload. always keep good form. And one thing that just recently hit me, POSTERIOR CHAIN training. Learn it and live it. Especially if youre a gifted squatter/deadlifter, because those big sauats and pulls will demand a lot from your lower back.
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    I am 61 and been lifting for about 10 years. Two of the hardest lessond I had to learn was concentration on form in every rep and listening to your body. Both take a lot of time and concentration. I agree with all of the other comments, because there is so much more than just moving a weight. Supplimentation is a must even at a minimum level. I swear by ageforce and their products. Would be glad to tell you more just email me or go to ageforce.com and check them out.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by ZiR RED View Post
    Here's a snapshot of part of my bookshelf in my office.

    http://jasoncholewa.files.wordpress....g-material.jpg

    Also, assessing for muscular imbalances and correcting them has, IMO, made some of the biggest improvements in my overall performance and recovery.
    nice lil collection
    PESCIENCE.COM

    "The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance." - Socrates
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  6. Training in the 2-6 rep range (with sound biomechanics and periodization)

  7. Quote Originally Posted by ZiR RED View Post

    Here's a snapshot of part of my bookshelf in my office.

    http://jasoncholewa.files.wordpress....g-material.jpg

    Also, assessing for muscular imbalances and correcting them has, IMO, made some of the biggest improvements in my overall performance and recovery.
    I'm about to buy all of those that I don't already have.
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