“He who recovers to the greatest degree, the quickest and with the greatest frequency wins.” – Keith Norris Two of the most frequently asked questions I get are: what do you do for pre-workout supplementation, and who (and how in the hell?) cuts your hair? Seriously, those are the two. The second question is easy:… [More…]
“The difference between Brazil and the rest of the world in soccer, then, is not to be found in economics or any other grand theory, and certainly not in genetics, but in the thousands of futsal pitches that pepper the nation like gold dust. It is to be found in turbo-charged learning. It is to… [More…]
“The awareness of our own strength makes us modest.” – Paul Cezanne Effectively overloading the chin — or pull up / pull down (or any such movement) — is incredibly tough, if not outright impossible, to accomplish. Especially so in the eccentric. Unless, that is, you have access to ARXFit technology. Then, BOOM! Watch the… [More…]
Controlling those elements that you can makes you Wolverine-like to those things you can’t.
“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” – Carl Jung Water therapy rocks for injury recovery (for horses, too); this we know. But does it also have the potential to aid in hypertrophy gains? Readers of Theory to Practice realize that there is a difference (a HUGE… [More…]
Some of the most gratifying interactions I have in the realm of S&C / fitness / wellness are with extremely driven entrepreneurs.
That picture above is of the old school, plate-loaded, Nautilus pullover. “Best of class” when it comes to the old school machines. And plate-loaded because, let’s face it, the weight stacks on the newer models just don’t go heavy enough, brah. Plus, who doesn’t like the clang and rattle of old 45 lb plates?
The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. -Nelson Mandela Hmmm…that guy on the front row doesn’t look too concerned about missing a workout or three… So I have this love/hate thing going on with traveling, and maybe you do, too. You see, I love going… [More…]
“Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead. Don’t walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.” – Albert Camus Today, a question from Theory to Practice reader, Frank, regarding Autoregulating and drop-off. Keith, I have been enjoying your columns on Autoregulation and have been wracking… [More…]
“Knowledge without mileage equals bullshit.” — Henry Rollins The past week has provided for an interesting convergence of physical culture themes, punctuated by the resurgence of a few instances of the age-old “HIT vs old-school bodybuilding” debate. Actually, the debate has now mushroomed so as to include many other methodologies (CrossFit, Oly lifting, power lifting,… [More…]