Become a true master: Autoregulation

People have been using autoregulation for ages: In their training. Nutrition and recovery To strategically periodize the intensity & volume throughout a macrocycle to consciously overreach or allow for additional rest. Most of you are probably familiar with some form of autoregulation but as a strength athlete, it will most likely be… RPE – Rate of…

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Why I Love: The Leg Press

The leg press gets a lot of flack. “Leg press? You mean pussy press?” “Want your legs to grow? Try squatting instead” “Oh you hit a leg press PR, how cute” You catch my drift, a lot of people seem to hate on this machine, but I am here to tell you they shouldn’t. Now…

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How to Trust the Process

The phrase “trust the process” is often thrown around in our realm. What does it really mean to trust the process? What does it actually look like? Ryan Solomon one of the interns at Revive Stronger is going to take you through how you can trust the process & why it’s important. He will also…

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3 Fatal Flaws with MRV for hypertrophy

Maximal Recoverable Volume (MRV) isn’t flawless. Shuddahh, gasp, Steve Hall who many might think is an understudy of Mike Israetel (who coined MRV) is going against it? No, no, not quite. Like any great concept, there is always going to be flaws. In fact, just like a beautiful man or woman, often the flaws are what…

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Maximise your Training: Individualise your Training Volume

You want to maximise your training right? That means you need to get the right dose of training volume. Well I would like to introduce Coach Pascal’s first article for the website, and it’s a cracker at that. We get a lot of questions about ‘how much volume I should be doing’ and above the…

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How to use math to workout your bodies equation

You can do math. Your body, sadly, cannot. What your body can do is eat food, lift weights, move you around, think and process information — you know — all things a fit healthy body should be expected to do. The thing is all off these processes vary on a day to day basis, a…

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Podcast 036: Mike Israetel – Q&A – Progressing Optimally & more

Today Steve talks to Mike Israetel from Renaissance Periodisation. Another fantastic Q&A. We cover cardio recommendations for bodybuilders and powerlifters, touch on Jeremy Loenneke, how to bring up stubborn calves and optimal progression in the weights room. You do not want to miss this. Get updates of when new podcasts come out straight into your inbox plus…

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Full Guide: Caffeine & Resistance Training

Caffeine, caffeine, caffeine, who doesn’t love themselves some caffeine? Speaking of caffeine, coffee is the most popular drink worldwide. Where two billion cups are consumed every single day. As you probably already know, coffee contains quite a bit of caffeine, with about 115 mg of caffeine in every cup. Caffeine could lead to improved training, better…

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How to Train: Prime for Muscle Growth

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to train that primed our muscles to grow? …isn’t that hypertrophy training? Oh well, I guess it is, but if you’ve read Parts 1 & Part 2 on Primer Phases you’ll have been introduced to something that is a great addition to a periodised plan. You’ll…

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Podcast 034: Brad Loomis – How to get the best results as a client & coach online

Today I talk to Brad Loomis from 3DMJ. Brad Loomis first stepped on the competitive bodybuilding stage in 2003. Earning his Pro status in 2008, he then began competing in raw Powerlifting in 2010 achieving a measure of success. Brad considers his greatest talent to be coaching; “I have an innate ability to translate the…

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