Category Archives: Form

Knee To Know Basis

You hear it from trainers and doctors, see it on television and in magazines. Weak knees, knees at risk, no strength in knees, etc. The solution? Strengthen your knees. There’s only one problem with that. You can’t make your knees … Continue reading

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Up In Arms

You get down on a mat to do a pushup. After getting in position, you manage to force out 5 or 6 reps until a sharp pain occurs in your shoulders. No big deal, this happens every time so you … Continue reading

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Liftlazy Whenevercast: Deadlifts, Malnutrition and Travel

Hola.  In this episode, I try to make deadlifts easier to perform via strategic cues to perfect your form. I also delve back into the nutrition education with a discussion of malnutrition and how it affects people of all sizes. … Continue reading

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Self Preservation and the Art Of Lifting

Your body has some wonderful defense mechanisms built into it. Among these is the instinct of self preservation. It’s the reaction you get when you suddenly slow up when approaching a steep cliff with no guardrail, or when you run … Continue reading

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Mirror Mirror On The Wall

I have nothing against people who look in the mirror while lifting. Alright, I do have a problem with people who stand way too close to me and decide to flex while making Buffalo Bill kissy-faces in the mirror. But … Continue reading

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Form Follows Function (original post date 9/8/2012)

By Christopher Williams Ever see someone at the gym lifting a heavy weight and think “Oh wow, look how strong they are?” Sure, we all have at some point. In the early days when I was a young IDon’tKnowNothins, my … Continue reading

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Running Lazy (original post date 8/3/2012)

Because I hate articles that make you read everything before giving you the meat and potatoes, here is the 6 step process to running lazy. Then you can laugh at my high school non-athlete stories and get more details about … Continue reading

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