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Show and Go: Helping Lifters and Puppies Get Strong

Written on October 28, 2011 at 9:05 am, by Eric Cressey

If you liked yesterday’s Show and Go success stories, you’ll love today’s.  Be sure to listen to what these guys have to say.  And, in the case of our third “success story,” the pictures tell the story.

Show and Go was released last September – just prior to us getting a new puppy, Tank, who is now the official facility mascot of Cressey Performance (he even has a Twitter account).

He weighed in at a scrawny 5.6 pounds when we got him, but we put him to work right away using the principles of Show and Go.  Here he is learning how to foam roll with one of our pro guys in his first week at Cressey Performance.

He was great about getting proper rest between workouts:

And making sure that he was fully hydrated:

The end result?  He’s tipping the scales at a lean, mean 31 pounds now – with some outstanding mobility.

Anyone else find it very interesting that Tank’s weight has increased six-fold in the time that he’s been around the Show and Go program – even without doing it?  This program works even by simple association!

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4 Responses to “Show and Go: Helping Lifters and Puppies Get Strong”

  1. Björn Says:

    LMAO! A really good and funny post 😉


  2. Constantino Says:

    Cool dog.

    Any point in doing the maximum strength workout before Show and Go if I have both but have never done them?


  3. Jody Says:

    I love Tank!

  4. Jeff Crews - WeightTraining.com Says:

    If a dog can do it, then there is no excuse for me not being able to do the “Show and Go”! Question is….could Tank compete with WeightTraining.com’s “Ceasar”? 🙂 Haha

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