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Be Your Best (Part 2): Helping Athletes Overcome Barriers, Bust Through Plateaus, and Fulfill Their Potential

By Sean Waxman | Wed, May 8

Earlier, we caught up with Sean Waxman, owner of Waxman’s Gym and USA Weightlifting coach, to talk about the habits and routines he has put into place over the years to ensure daily excellence. Now Sean’s back to share his secrets for helping his athletes overcome barriers, bust through plateaus, and fulfill their full potential.

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Young Athlete Resistance Training: When To Start & How To Stay Safe

By Tim DiFrancesco | Wed, May 1

One of the oldest myths in the strength and conditioning book (and the parenting one too) is that lifting weights and doing other forms of resistance training can stunt kids’ growth. As a result, some of the most frequent questions you’ll hear if, like me, you’re involved in training young athletes responsibly include, “When can my son or daughter start lifting weights?” and “Isn’t resistance training going to damage them because they’re still growing?”

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Injury Prevention 101: Deploying Muscle Activation, Movement Prep, and Mobility to Bulletproof Your Body

By Phil White | Wed, Apr 17


OK, let me start with a quick caveat. There is no way to eliminate completely the possibility of getting hurt. When you’re physically active, there’s always the chance that something will go awry, particularly when you are operating in an open, chaotic, and unstable environment (see: athletes playing in a game or troops on an active duty mission).

So beware of anyone claiming they can rule out the risk of getting banged up...because they’re full of crap.

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