15 Apr The Pro’s and Con’s of Density Training

TimerDensity training is the amount of work completed (rounds, sets, or reps) in a given period of time.

Here's a simple example. Let's say you have a 2 exercise combination of opposing exercises, push ups and pulls ups. Your rep sequence may be 10 reps of push ups and 5 reps of pullups and you work to complete as many rounds as possible (AMRAP) of this combination in the 10 minute time period. You track the total reps done (or rounds) in this given time period. This is density training.
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13 Apr A Burning Question: How Strong is Strong Enough?

3 LEVELS OF STRENGTHHow strong is strong enough?

This is a burning question I've thought a lot about. Actually, I've been obsessed with this question. Obviously, I'm a big believer in the power of physical strength to optimize our performance and help us achieve the specific goals we want. There's no question in my mind about the benefits of strength, but how strong do we need to become? One simple reason we need strength is because we lose strength and muscle mass after the age of 25 or so.
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10 Apr RT 061 | Fat Loss Is Simple

FL MindsetFat Loss is simple if we follow certain principles. When I was a competing in bodybuilding for 6 years, I had to shed body fat to compete successfully. Things have evolved since that time, but there are simple principles we need to understand and apply, if were going achieve the goal of fat loss. Keep in mind I said simple, I didn't say easy. In this week's show, I'll tell you the truth about fat loss.
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08 Apr 10 Simple Ways to Get Insanely Strong.

arnold-squat Let's kick off the "NEW LOOK" Rdella Training, with a short, but important article on how to get stronger. Why get stronger? The simple answer is that strength seems to help just about everything else we want. Whether that's fat loss, building more muscle, boosting our energy and self confidence, or increasing performance in many other areas of our lives. Stronger is better.
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03 Apr The Inner Game: Mindset Lessons From My 1st Powerlifting Meet

USPA DLAll week I was relaxed. No anxiety at all, considering I was entering my 1st Powerlifting meet this weekend. I had a great week and many months of training leading up to this meet. But, Saturday morning, the day of the meet, was a different story. Yeah, I definitely had the “nerves” starting to kick in Saturday. I had even planned to do some writing in the morning before leaving for the meet, but I couldn’t get my groove. Instead, I did something I rarely do.
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