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Making Strength Gains Past 40

By: Josh Bryant George Foreman knocking out Michal Moorer. In 1994, George Foreman shocked the world by winning the boxing heavyweight championship of the world at 45 years old. Ronnie Coleman was Mr. Olympia into his forties. Turning 40 doesn’t mean trading in your barbell for a pink tutu, your six pack for a dad…

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Rucking Gains

Do you hate cardio?  Or…. Are you tired of logging countless miles of road work that’s rewarded you with testosterone levels in the gutter and a dadbod?   Then start rucking!  Rucking is simple.  Its beauty is in its simplicity.  Grab a backpack, throw some weight in and start walking.   The benefits of rucking range…

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10 Ways to Program Your Mind for Success—Genetic Engineering

by: Josh Bryant Nature gifts one athlete and he routinely get splinters in his ass from riding the pine. Another athlete, written off as subpar, is playing on Sundays and riding around in Bentley. Why? A trust fund baby now doesn’t have a pot to piss in or a window to throw it out of and the…

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Building Bottom End Squat Power

by: Josh Bryant Bottoms up! And I am not talking Saturday night at your favorite Sake Hostelry or toasting to the late Popcorn Sutton on the other side.  I am referring to building a stronger, more explosive squat. Remember, squats have an ascending strength curve. This means the squat is most difficult at the bottom…

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Turning Back the Clock

by: Josh Bryant Imagine a pleasant evening in Waikiki, three sake bombs deep, the Don Ho cover band sounds celestial, boom! All of a sudden, the Big Kahuna and wrecking crew come in and want to do the toe-to-toe mambo. Who would you want by your side? Odd Haugen is somebody that immediately comes to…

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The Tyson Minimalist Training Routine

                  by: Adam benShea   Mike and Cus At Jailhouse Strong, we believe in the importance of heroes, the power of mentors.  Like the points on a compass, they guide us in our journey.  Mike Tyson’s mentor was the enigmatic Cus D’Amato, who guided Tyson in boxing, training, and life.   Constantine “Cus” D’Amato was born January 17, 1908 in…

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Tactical Density Training Released

Money-hungry gurus and persona non grata fitness celebrities offer the lone pathway to hypertrophy heaven. Still, their flock faithfully follows their lead but remains in muscle-building limbo. The bottom line is many roads lead to the muscle-building Rome. However, rather than staying on the long, traditional played-out paths, we are offering you a detour, a…

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Aerobic Training for Strength and Power

By: Josh Bryant In many strength circles, the word “aerobic” is a dirty word and as welcome as an ATF agent at a Popcorn Sutton party. ATF….who’s bringing the chips? Aerobic training, properly applied, does not mean you need to trade in your barbell for a pink tutu! In fact, aerobic exercise is a means…

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FREE Tactical eBook

If you have interest in training like a tactical athlete, or serving as a strength and conditioning coach for tactical athletes, please download the FREE eBook HERE. If you want to take your knowledge to the next level, become an ISSA Tactical Conditioning Specialist! In tennis, if you mess up, it’s 15-love; as a tactical athlete, it’s your…

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Tactical Conditioning Specialist

by: Josh Bryant In tennis, if you mess up, it’s 15-love; as a tactical athlete, it’s your ass! This is why a well-trained  tactical athlete is one of the finest athletes in the world. The term “tactical athlete” refers to people in professions requiring unique physical training strategies with the objective of improving on-the-job performance. Military,…

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