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“Good to Go”

“Good to Go”

In this week’s episode of the Discover Strength Podcast, we are thrilled to be joined by NYT Best Selling Author Christie Aschwanden. Christie is a science journalist for a variety of different media outlets, including but not limited to the New York Times, the...
3 Studies That Will Compel you to Focus on Sleep

3 Studies That Will Compel you to Focus on Sleep

3 Studies That Will Compel you to Focus on Sleep A 2018 study sheds light on the impact of sleep on our ability to improve our body composition. Researchers divided subjects into two groups: One group received normal sleep while the other group restricted sleep by one...
Sleep and Recovery

Sleep and Recovery

Sleep and Recovery For over 14 years, we have gone against the conventional wisdom that “more is better” when it comes to strength training. We teach the following foundational tenet; You don’t get stronger and reap the benefits of strength training...
Listen To Your Body

Listen To Your Body

"I KNOW MY BODY BEST" My least favorite phrase, why it has some merit, and how you can apply it to training. For nearly twenty years, my least favorite phrase from athletes (the first part of my career) and now clients, has been: “No one knows my body better than...
Three Critical Components to Produce Great Results

Three Critical Components to Produce Great Results

Three Critical Components to Produce Great Results Producing great results from strength training involves three critical components: Stimulation.  Our muscles must be taxed to the point or very near the point of momentary muscle failure, the point in which we can’t...

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