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Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 10/17/16

I hope everyone had a great weekend. I made my second Massachusetts-to-Florida drive over the weekend. I was going crazy not being able to watch playoff baseball, but I did manage to crush some audiobooks and podcasts along the way. EC on the Jim Laird Show - I really enjoyed being interviewed in Jim's podcast, and feel like we covered a lot of gr ...


Strength Strategies – Installment 3

I figured it'd be a good time to add another installment to this series, as today is the last day of the sale on Greg Robins and my resource, The Specialization Success Guide. Through midnight tonight (Sunday), you can save 40% by entering the coupon code ROBINS at checkout HERE. Here are six strategies to help you in your strength pursuits: 1. ...


The “Power Couple” Sale

This weekend is going to be a fun one for the Cressey Sports Performance family, as long-time staff member Greg Robins marries his wonderful fiancée, Taryn. When you combine Greg's 685-pound deadlift with Taryn's 320-pound deadlift, you quickly realize that a 1,000-pound combined pull makes them the very definition of a "power couple." Greg was ...

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The High Performance Handbook

The High Performance Handbook is the most versatile training strength and conditioning program on the market today, as many individuals have used it with success for goals such as fat loss, athletic p...

The Specialization Success Guide

In collaboration with fellow Cressey Sports Performance coach and accomplished powerlifter Greg Robins, I’ve put together 3-month specialization programs for each of the three big lifts: squat, benc...

Elite Training Mentorship

With Elite Training Mentorship, you can sit in on Cressey Performance staff in-services – as well as those from three other elite training facilities across the country – to learn the programming ...
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Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 9/10/16

It's been a hectic week in South Florida with Hurricane Matthew preparations on top of the baseball off-season, but we lucked out as the storm moved past us in Jupiter before coming ashore further North. Hopefully all our readers in Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas are safe and sound!  That said, here's a little content to get the week goi ...


Culture, Social Facilitation, and Strength and Conditioning Success

Last week, in the midst of a great conversation with a college pitching coach who is a good friend of mine, he said something to the effect of, "You guys do a great job of creating a culture where guys want to work hard to get better." Culture. That word seems to pop up in almost every discussion I have, whether it's on the training or business as ...


Random Thoughts on Long-Term Fitness Industry Success – Installment 4

It's time for another installment of this popular series. In no particular order, here are some thoughts on building a career in the fitness "biz."  1. Stay away from political discussion in a business context.  I've briefly written about this in the past, but it warrants reiteration here with the election fast approaching. [bctt tweet ...

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