Tag Archives: weightlifting

Liftlazy Whenevercast: 347 Reasons Why Context Matters

Download mp3 file (5.5mb)   The Takeaway Points: A “tip” only helps if you know what the hell is going on in the first place. Slideshow lists are cute but often lack substance that you need to fully understand the … 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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Motivation: Just Do It

A person needs to take a shower. They instantly recognize that it is something that needs to be done and they do it without fanfare. Yet, that same person needs the equivalent of a ticker-tape parade in order to go … 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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No Excuses

My clients know that I am the farthest thing from a drill sergeant there is. They never have a fear of me smacking them in the side of the head because they moved their right foot instead of the requested … 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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