11 Mar RT 024 | Zach Even-Esh: Underground Strength Training

Zach Even EshThis episode is not to be missed.  I was able to chat with the Underground Strength Coach, Zach Even-Esh.

In this open and honest interview, you’ll hear about Zach’s story and what he learned through all his experiences in the world of “old school” strength training.

This is really great information you can learn from and apply in your own training.

Zach’s a no BS guy with a wealth of knowledge and passion.

Here’s some of what you will learn about in this episode:

  • Why we all need “Brute Strength”
  • Understanding the importance of heavy lifting
  • What Zach has discovered about the Olympic lifts
  • How to specifically blend Powerlifting exercises and Olympic lifts
  • What exactly is the “Underground Strength System?”
  • How “Underground Strength” implements kettlebells
  • What is the “Underground Strength Coach” certification
  • You’ll hear about Zach’s upcoming book
  • And, Zach’s #1 recommendation after listening to this interview

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To find out more information on Zach, go to his NEWLY UPDATED website, ZachEven-Esh.com.

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See you next time on what will be an amazing Episode 25 of the RdellaTraining Podcast.  Don’t miss it!

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  • Dwayne
    Posted at 13:55h, 23 March Reply

    Great stuff, definitely opened my mind. It’s important to train high school athletes with the goal of making them ready for the college stage.The job of the Strength Coach becomes much easier if the athlete comes in with the ability to move properly. I can see myself falling in to the trap of training the client as an Oly lifter rather than an athlete.

    My ears also perked up when Zach talked about training in the 70-75% range for strength gains. Reminds me a lot of Dan John and Pavel’s latest book “Easy Strength”.

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