How To Build World Class Strength & Endurance Together

Oct 12, 2004 02:22 PM

First I would like to thank Pavel and John Du Cane and the folks here at Dragon Door for asking me to write some articles for them. I?ve enjoyed their products and contr [...]

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Weakness Training: The Key to Strength

Oct 11, 2004 01:49 PM

Ask the average strength devotee the question, ?What is strength??, and you will probably receive a look that is normally reserved for ?special? children and have the que [...]

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The Holy Grail in Speed Training

Oct 11, 2004 01:43 PM

If coaches are going to train their sprinters like powerlifters why not start with powerlifters and train them to run faster? If it's just leg strength that makes a spr [...]

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You Could Have Been a Contender - at One Thing

Oct 11, 2004 01:00 PM

For many readers, lurkers, and Comrades at www.Dragondoor.com, the Outcomes and Goals portion of their training approach has become swallowed up by a witch?s cauldron of [...]

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New Wine, Old Bottles

Oct 08, 2004 07:00 PM

In elite athletic circles the word is spreading as in-the-know Americans are purchasing ancient Russian fitness equipment, resurrecting old exercise philosophies and obta [...]

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Exploding the Myths:
Revealing the Truth About What it Takes to Build and Maintain a Powerful, Disease-Free Heart

Oct 04, 2004 05:56 PM

For decades, we?ve worked to follow the advice of the American Heart Association for heart health. We?ve sacrificed taste, given up simple pleasures, pounded out the mile [...]

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Climbing Mountains and Lifting Kettlebells in Chile

Sep 13, 2004 02:05 PM

I just made my first Kettlebells!!! 1, 1.5, and 2 poods. But I will come to this point later. First I will share how I came to this extreme training. Like everything, lif [...]

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Grip Nation

Sep 13, 2004 01:50 PM

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Deadlifting on the Rise

Aug 16, 2004 05:28 PM

Finally, after many years, it seems the deadlift is on the rise. In New Orleans in September 2002. I was lucky to witness not one but two 900+ deadlifts, by Gary Frank an [...]

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The Three Muscle Energy Systems and How to Train Them

Aug 16, 2004 04:12 PM

Our muscles have different biochemical requirements according to our chosen activities. The energy we get to jerk a couple of 2 poods, wrestle, or XC ski comes from enti [...]

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