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  • 5 Tips for Training on the Road

    By martin bingisser | In Training | on April 21, 2014

    If you’re an average Joe looking for a treadmill and a curl bar, working out while traveling has never been easier. But unfortunately I don’t think many of you are average. We are strength athletes and as such it can be harder to train on the road. If there is one universal rule for us […]

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  • Jacob Tsypkin is the head coach and owner of CrossFit Monterey. Has assisted in the development of numerous Regional level CrossFit Games athletes, including sending a team and three individuals to the very tough NorCal Regional Qualifier in 2013. Jacob has also coached multiple national level weightlifters and powerlifters. This year he hopes to have athletes […]

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  • New JTS Apparel

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on April 15, 2014

    Check out our new exclusive apparel, available only from now until 11:59pm PST this Sunday, April 20th. Get it while you can!! All of this apparel is printed on demand, so please allow extra time for order fulfillment but all orders will be shipped by end of day Friday, April 25th.  Juggernaut Deadlifter Shirt-$25.00 JTS […]

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  • Iron Woman: Embrace Yours, Part 2

    By Juggernaut | In Iron Woman | on April 14, 2014

    Iron Woman is a movement to celebrate strong women, to honor competitive female athletes and all that makes them amazing. We want to offer articles, videos, nutrition, events, apparel and more to help educate and empower strong female athletes. Iron Woman understands the unique physical, nutritional, psychological and emotional demands of the competitive female athlete […]

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  • 5 Questions with Alex Viada

    By Juggernaut | In Endurance, Powerlifting | on April 12, 2014

    An ultra-marathoner with a 700 pound squat?! You read that correctly. Alex Viada is a different breed of athlete, he is a hybrid athlete, combining tremendous strength and exceptional endurance, he pushes his body in ways that few even thought was possible. With PRs of 705, 465 and 700 raw w/ wraps in the 220 […]

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  • 5 Steps for Healing Low Back Pain

    By Stacey Schaedler | In Mobility, Rehabilitation | on April 11, 2014

    There’s no one size fits all solution when it comes to treating low back pain.  My experience with yoga, Gray Cook’s Functional Movement Screen and the Egoscue Method has helped me to develop a system for evaluating posture and movements. From here I am able to address mobility, stability and strength imbalances that could be […]

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  • Don’t miss out on any great Juggernaut content and deals. Subscribe to our newsletter and get the Squat, Bench and Deadlift Manuals (over 200 pages of knowledge) for FREE! 1. Building Speed From the Floor in the Deadlift by Brandon Lilly  The more speed you can generate from the floor, the easier it will be […]

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  • Glute Activation

    By Dr. Quinn Henoch | In Mobility | on April 9, 2014

    Glutes are fucking great.  They really are.  Hip extension and rotation are paramount in many athletic endeavors, as well as functions of daily life.  A simple internet search will yield many peer reviewed articles showing a relationship between the strength of this muscle group and athletic performance, as well as low back pain, hip pain, […]

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  • Iron Woman: Embrace Yours, Part 1

    By Juggernaut | In Iron Woman | on April 8, 2014

    Iron Woman is a movement to celebrate strong women, to honor competitive female athletes and all that makes them amazing. We want to offer articles, videos, nutrition, events, apparel and more to help educate and empower strong female athletes. Iron Woman understands the unique physical, nutritional, psychological and emotional demands of the competitive female athlete […]

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  • Benching From The Bottom Up

    By Mike Tuchscherer | In Bench | on April 7, 2014

    If you’re a raw lifter, odds are that you have much more trouble with the bottom of your bench than any other part.  When I say “the bottom”, I mean anywhere from chest level to 2 inches off the chest. I myself am not known for my benching power.  I’d rather deadlift any day.  I […]

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  • Deep Water: First Bodybuilding Show

    By Juggernaut | In Build Muscle, Training | on April 5, 2014

    Jon Andersen is a great white shark. Never at rest. Always moving. Always seeking. Always improving. Ever adapting. Devouring obstacles and silently moving on into the cold, dark waters. It was only natural that Jon would eventually get around to Olympic weightlifting. He had resisted for years.  He had done exceedingly well at Strongman and […]

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  • 5 Things That Are Holding Your Squat Back

    By Chad Smith | In Squat | on April 3, 2014

    Is your squat stagnant? Have you plateaued? Chances just some small adjustments to your training can help you break through your stagnation and hit some new PRs. Check out these 5 tips and get that squat moving again. 1. You Aren’t Jumping Great squatting requires great explosive power and nothing does that better than jumping. […]

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  • *I apologize in advance for any gleaming generalizations that take place in this article. My aim is to shed light on the exercise selection for baseball pitchers. In order to this other concepts need to be acknowledged. The physical preparation of the baseball pitcher is widely misunderstood, and misdirected. As is the case with many […]

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  • Rethinking Specificity

    By Pat Davidson | In Training | on April 1, 2014

    Specific training involves practicing the exact moves of your sport at the same forces, velocities, angles, muscle actions, timing, sequencing, and a host of other variables that make your practice almost exactly like your competition. Specificity is the message that old Eastern Bloc weightlifting texts try to get across to the reader (in my opinion). […]

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  • The Competitor’s Mentality

    By Caitlyn Trout | In Training | on March 31, 2014

    Mental toughness is an attribute that needs to be developed in order for a lifter to succeed in both training and competition under the most adverse circumstances. It is required for optimal performance. Yes, there are several other factors that go into a successful meet/training performance, but the way that we feel and handle ourselves […]

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  • 5 Questions with Coach Greg Nuckols

    By Juggernaut | In Powerlifting | on March 29, 2014

    Greg Nuckols is an accomplished raw powerlifter, coach and author. Originally from North Carolina, Greg is finishing up his degree in Exercise Science at Harding University. With PRs of 755 (w/ wraps), 475 and 725 as a drug-free competing in the 242 weight class, Greg walks the walk and backs up his training with well […]

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  • Adam Nelson is a certified legend in the sport of Track & Field. The 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist in the Shot Put, Nelson also has the 2000 Olympic Silver, 2005 World Championship Gold, 2001, 2003 and 2007 World Championship Silver Medals on his resume. Nelson was always a fan favorite for his trademark intensity, working […]

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  • I’d like to preface this article by saying this: I rarely speak in absolutes.  Obviously no one situation, equation or outcome is universally applicable. People that do speak in absolutes usually don’t know what they think they know. Hey Mike, I am currently playing college football. I just had my second shoulder labral repair surgery. […]

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  • Get Strong First: Your Goals Depend On It

    By Jen Keck | In Training | on March 25, 2014

    Get Strong First: Your Goals Depend On It   “Seriously, this is like your fourth class. How are you doing that?”  the girl on the pole next to me asked incredulously. I had just hopped into a handspring in Pole Sport at J&M Expressions, and was completely inverted, holding on with both hands while the […]

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  • CrossFit is an endurance sport. I know you don’t want it to be. Hell, I don’t want it to be. Strength is cool. Cardio is…well, exercise. But you’re the one who wants to exercise competitively, so let’s talk about cardio. Competing at the Regionals level and beyond in CrossFit requires that an athlete be well […]

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