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LISTEN: Table Talk Podcast Clip — The Yellow Brick Road of Powerlifting

Don't pay attention to the man behind the curtain; instead, keep your eye on the goal through your training journey.
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How Research Can Help You Manage Detraining and Retraining

Both are scary to endure, but as an athlete, it's part of the game. A little bit of knowledge can go a long way in managing this kind of stress.
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Stuff to Read While You’re Pretending to Work: 10/18/19 - Fri, 10/18/2019 - 11:34

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BUT FIRST…I’m Like, Really, REALLY Important 1. Coaching Competency Workshop – New York, NY: Sunday, November 3, 2019

2. (Even More) Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint – Athens, Greece: Saturday, Feb 29th & Sunday, March 1st, 2020

This will be the first leg of mine and Dean Somerset’s European extravaganza in early 2020. The second leg will take place in…

3. (Even More) Complete Shoulder & Hip Blueprint – Maidenhead, U.K: March 7th & 8th, 2020

There’s an Early Bird rate for both of these events, so keep that in mind before you decide to hold off. Dean and I are really excited for this and hope to see you there!


I am all for novelty (within reason) and having fun in the weight room. But ya’ll: barbells and dumbbells still work really, really, REALLY well.

— Tony Gentilcore (@tonygentilcore1) October 13, 2019



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Sometimes you just gotta say fuck it.* . I didn’t feel overly splendid heading into today’s training session. I didn’t feel like a got run over by a Mack truck or anything, but I didn’t feel awesome either. . Closer to the Mack truck, though. . The block @gnrobins has me on of late follows the RPE (Rate of Perceived Exertion) system. It’s a form of auto regulation, but the idea is to do more work each week. . Last week’s top set ended at 535×3. . My first set this week was 500×3. It wasn’t as “speedy” as I would have liked and I hesitated. . Then I said “fuck it” and slapped on 45 lbs. . No diggidy, no doubt. . * and wear a purple t-shirt.

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STUFF TO READ WHILE YOU’RE PRETENDING TO WORK How Trips to Trader Joes Got Me Fat and In Debt –  Lana Sova

Slow clap, Lana.

Slow clap.

The 7 People Who Never Get Results – Calvin Huynh

I appreciate a good “rant” style article, and this one was good.

3 Reasons Why Biceps Curls Are Good For the Shoulders – Shane McLean

Next thing Shane is going to tell is that cookies are calorie free.

But seriously, bicep curls, when performed correctly, can be a handy shoulder saver.

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LISTEN: Table Talk Podcast #32 with Nick Showman - Fri, 10/18/2019 - 11:10
It's showtime — and why wouldn't it be since this week's guest is Nick Showman, owner of Showtime Strength & Performance?
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Franco, Sartre, and The Gym - Fri, 10/18/2019 - 09:35
I read about the loss of bodybuilding legend, powerlifter, and two-time Mr. Olympia, Dr. Franco Columbu. I hardly need to go into the impact he had on bodybuilding. His life was a life well-lived, one with a deeply personal and meaningful purpose.
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Organizing BJJ & Lifting - Fri, 10/18/2019 - 08:49

Struggling to organize your Strength & Conditioning and Jiu Jitsu training? Chad Wesley Smith discusses some principles to help guide your decision making process. Subscribe to the channel to make sure you see upcoming videos on Strength & Conditioning for BJJ.

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Dana Santas on Breathing, Mobility and Becoming “The Mobility Maker”

Dana Santas developed a deep passion for Yoga, movement, and sports while attending college to earn her degree in Sociology and Marketing & Communications.

Driven by her passion and the determination to achieve the American Dream, Dana left a cushy corporate job as the Director of Public Relations and Marketing to become a Yoga instructor and learn all she could about Yoga, breathing, and mobility.

After working as a Yoga instructor for several years, Dana decided to pivot her career again to become a breathing, mobility, and mind-body coach for professional athletes and athletic teams.

Over the last two decades, Dana has worked with over 45 professional teams, including the Toronto Blue Jays, Orlando Magic, and the New York Yankees and has become known as “The Mobility Maker” throughout the sports and physical preparation communities.

Dana joins me today to share her journey of becoming The Mobility Maker and how she began working with professional athletes. We discuss how her training system has evolved over the years and how her current system helps pro athletes breathe better, move better, and feel better so they can perform at their highest level on the field.

We discuss the key mobility areas she focuses on when working with professional athletes and why breathing is the most fundamental movement pattern for athletic performance. And finally, Dana shares her advice for female coaches to achieve success in the male-dominated industry of physical preparation and strength training.


We all perform better if we feel better. – Dana Santas


This week on the Physical Preparation Podcast:
  • Dana’s journey to becoming known as The Mobility Maker.
  • The challenges she faced while building her business.
  • How she built her credibility and reputation early in her career.
  • Dana’s overarching training philosophy and how her training system has evolved.
  • The difference between her training program and the traditional yoga training system.
  • The upcoming training certification program Dana plans to launch soon.
  • The primary mobility areas Dana focuses on when working with pro athletes.
  • Why using PRI didn’t work for her training system.
  • Why it’s critical to incorporate breathing into your training program.
  • Dana’s advice to female coaches in the physical preparation industry.


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‘What should I drink?!’ Your complete guide to liquid nutrition. - Thu, 10/17/2019 - 23:01

Consider this graphic the uncomplicated answer to every question you’ve ever had about what to drink. And here’s a surprise: You don’t have to swear off the drinks you love in the name of better health and nutrition. Instead, use this guide to make beverage choices that match your lifestyle, taste preferences, and goals, no matter what your starting point. 


“I’m not allowed to drink anything!”

Ever feel that way?

When it comes to improving our nutrition, many of us have been told, quite matter-of-factly: Cut out liquid calories.

No soda. No juice. No alcohol. (Oh, and no fun!)

This well-meaning advice is at least partially justified.

Most drinks don’t make us feel full, yet they compose about 20 percent of the average person’s daily calorie intake.

Yanking them out of your diet makes for a simple solution. The problem: It’s often not a welcome one.

That’s because it instantly limits your choices to water, unsweetened tea and coffee, and zero-calorie diet drinks. For some, this can lead to serious feelings of dietary deprivation and make it harder to practice healthy nutrition habits.

Thankfully, there’s another option.

Instead of making certain drinks entirely off-limits, think of all beverages on a continuum, from “drink more” to “drink some” to “drink less.” 

Need a visual? We’ve created just that with this easy-to-use infographic. (And if you want to make better food choices, check out ‘What should I eat?!’ infographic.)

Here’s what to do:

Look at our continuum, and ask yourself: ‘How might I do just a little better?’ 

For example, if you’re drinking four regular sodas a day (“drink less”), maybe you swap one of those for a diet soda (“drink some”). Then gradually, you continue to make adjustments, exchanging some of your regular and diet sodas for carbonated water (“drink more”).

This is how you make lasting change.

But it’s just the start of what this infographic has to offer. You can use it to:

  • Strategically improve your drink choices (without a rapid overhaul)
  • Customize your beverage intake for your lifestyle and preferences
  • Create your own personal continuum and expand your drink list

All so you can work towards better nutrition, while still enjoying the drinks you really love. (Including milkshakes and jalapeño margaritas.)

Download this infographic for your tablet or printer and use the continuum to decide which drinks are right for you (or your clients).

If you’re a coach, or you want to be…

Learning how to coach clients, patients, friends, or family members through healthy eating and lifestyle changes—such as helping them make healthier beverage choices—is both an art and a science.

If you’d like to learn everything you can about nutrition—especially how to use it to help yourself and others—consider the Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification.  The next group kicks off shortly.

What’s it all about?

The Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification is the world’s most respected nutrition education program. It gives you the knowledge, systems, and tools you need to feel confident and qualified to coach nutrition with anyone.

Developed over 15 years, and proven with over 100,000 clients, the Precision Nutrition curriculum stands alone as the authority on the science of nutrition and the art of coaching.

Whether you’re already mid-career, or just starting out, the PN Level 1 Certification is your springboard to a deeper understanding of nutrition, the authority to coach it, and the ability to turn what you know into results—for yourself and your clients.

[Of course, if you’re already a student or graduate of the Level 1 Certification, check out our Level 2 Certification Master Class. It’s an exclusive, year-long mentorship designed for elite professionals looking to master the art of coaching and be part of the top 1% of health and fitness coaches in the world.]

Interested? Add your name to the presale list. You’ll save up to 30% and secure your spot 24 hours before everyone else.

We’re opening spots in our next Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification on Wednesday, April 8th, 2020.

If you want to find out more, we’ve set up the following presale list, which gives you two advantages.

  • Pay less than everyone else. We like to reward people who are eager to boost their credentials and are ready to commit to getting the education they need. So we’re offering a discount of up to 30% off the general price when you sign up for the presale list.
  • Sign up 24 hours before the general public and increase your chances of getting a spot. We only open the certification program twice per year. Due to high demand, spots in the program are limited and have historically sold out in a matter of hours. But when you sign up for the presale list, we’ll give you the opportunity to register a full 24 hours before anyone else.

If you’re ready for a deeper understanding of nutrition, the authority to coach it, and the ability to turn what you know into results… this is your chance to see what the world’s top professional nutrition coaching system can do for you.

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WATCH: I am Clint Darden - Thu, 10/17/2019 - 19:00
“I don’t need a psychiatrist. Give me a squat rack and a deadlift platform and a bench and a couple of Atlas stones, and that’s my psychiatric chair right there.” Everyone needs a safe haven, and elitefts coach Clint Darden has found his at the House of Biceps in Cyprus.
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Miscellaneous Miscellany: Fitness Pro Coaching and Business Advice - Thu, 10/17/2019 - 12:01

My good friend Bryan Krahn has a weekly “series” he does on his Facebook page called Five Boner Friday. Each iteration centers around random thoughts he has on training, nutrition, life, being a dad, supplements, and not actual boners.

Thank god.

I used to write a similar series titled Miscellaneous Miscellany Mondays.

Today is not a Monday. But I am sitting here in Los Angeles (actually a random coffee house in Beverly Hills) with some time to kill before I have to go present this afternoon, so I figured…

…lets do this. Miscellaneous Miscellany is back!

Starting with a picture of Keto Crystals.

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Keto Crystals

Yep, it’s true.

Not long ago Gwyneth Paltrow was able to convince thousands (maybe millions of people?) that placing jade eggs into their vaginas – oftentimes overnight – would somehow, via some sort voodoo, Shaman wizardry, help them “better connect to their power within.”

Via Washington Post (2018):

“For $66, one can buy a dark nephrite jade egg, which allegedly brings increased sexual energy and pleasure. Or, for $55, there is the “heart-activating” rose quartz egg, for those who want more positive energy and love.”

So I am starting a market for Keto Crystals.

When you hold the emerald colored crystal in your left hand anything you eat becomes carb-free! Moreover, when you place the orange crystal under the light of a full-moon, and play Prince’s Purple Rain album backwards, you will immediately pee ketones!

It’s legit.

And if can all be yours for $47/crystal (and the soul of your first born child).

Okay, lets get serious now

1. Program Design Simplified

As I mentioned above I am here in LA for a few speaking engagements. I flew in from Boston yesterday morning and when I checked into my hotel I texted my good friend Ben Bruno to see if he had some free time to hang out.

He did.

As is the case every time he and I get together we got to talking about stuff we’ve learned, stuff we don’t have enough eye rolls to give, business, and the fitness industry in general.

Just two dudes talking shop (<— OMG, podcast idea?).

Anyway, we started discussing program design and how we’re both flummoxed at how complicated some coaches/trainers make it seem.

Now, to be clear: Ben and I both recognize there’s a ton of nuance to program design. There’s no “one size fits all” template and there are many, many factors to consider. However, Ben made a profound statement as we were chatting that I felt sealed the topic of program design into a nice, neat, tidy, little bow.

“I just, you know, ask the client what their goal is. And then design a program around that.”

Ben gave an example of a basketball player:

“I have a few NBA guys I work with who have cranky knees. I feel the trap bar deadlift is a great fit for them. Then I just place an emphasis in more HIP DOMINANT movements. The upper body stuff sorta takes care of itself: rows, weighted push-ups, Landmine variations, etc. That’s pretty much it.”

Cue Nazi Face Melt here:


I brought up some of my clients.

More than a few – male and female – have come in on Day #1 saying their goal is to be skinnier. Okay, cool. I’m not going to do them (or me) any favors wagging my finger at them saying “you don’t need to get skinner, you need to get strong!”

If I did that they would have done nothing more than move on to the next trainer on their Google search.

Instead, I did this profound thing called…listening to them.

  • I focused on compound movements (which tend to burn more calories)
  • I implemented some quickie 5-15 minutes “finishers” at the end of their session to elevate their heart rate.
  • I began conversations on their eating and sleep habits.

Namely, my objective was to build some consistency with their training – build more autonomy – and wammo-bammo they’d begin to see results.

Seriously people, it’s not rocket science. Yes, it behooves you to have a base knowledge of functional anatomy, physiology, and/or to read a bunch of Tudor Bompa’s early work on periodization.

That being said, a lot “program design” is intuition and just LISTENING to your client(s).

2. Business Advice For Fitness Pros

I am the LAST guy to put “savvy business person” next to his name. But sometimes I’m able to finagle a sound piece of advice on this front.

The impetus, coming from this Tweet via Jill Coleman:

How to make money: stop focusing on money and start focusing on how much value and quality of the solutions you’re bringing to people’s lives.

— Jill Coleman (@JillFit) October 15, 2019

I responded with:

“Not making money? Less focus on sales funnels and more on the fact your product, I.e., the client experience (probably) sucks.”

It’s something I parroted off a conversation I had with Cressey Sports Performance business director, Pete Dupuis, not long ago when he posited, “that seminar you’re attending to learn how to build the perfect sales funnel isn’t going to solve your problems if your product sucks. Chase perfection inside your training space and the marketing will figure itself out.”

Fitness professionals are easily seduced into thinking all they need to be successful is some slick marketing campaign or some insight into out-smarting Facebook’s latest algorithm to enhance their sales funnels.


  • Be on time.
  • Greet your clients with a smile.
  • Provide a safe, engaging, and fun training environment.

Plus, too, if you’re unable to coach-up a squat, and you suck as a coach…

…all the marketing in the world isn’t going to compensate for that.

Client RETENTION is the key.

If you’re able to keep your current clients happy you won’t necessarily have to worry about marketing for new ones.

Plus, the former is a helluva lot cheaper.

3. Quick Reminder

The Complete Trainers’ Toolbox is on sale this week at $100 OFF the regular price. There’s only a handful more days left to take advantage.

  • Nine industry leaders.
  • 17+ hours of diverse content to make you a more well-rounded coach.
  • Continuing Education Credits available.
  • Immediate access and you can watch at your own pace.
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Resistance Training for Youth Lacrosse Athletes - Thu, 10/17/2019 - 11:13
I introduced my daughter to resistance training a couple of years ago. This August, we ramped up the training with two weekly sessions and speed training. This article details some excerpts from the resistance training portion of our program.
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Taming the Arc in Kettlebell Lifts—A Shortcut with a Catch - Thu, 10/17/2019 - 05:41

The offer of a shortcut always seems tempting. But life experiences quickly teach us that they usually come with a catch—or simply don’t deliver the promised results. However, if you’ve ever struggled with kettlebells landing heavily during the clean, high pull or snatch, here is one shortcut that will save you time, effort, and sore […]

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Deadlifts For Olympic Weightlifting? Q and A With Greg Everett

Eliot Asks: Are deadlifts even useful in the Olympic lifts? Should I just focus on heavy pulls? My gym mixes elements of body building within their programs such as any CrossFit gym but I'd rather see improvements on my Olympic lifts and I feel that deadlifting is going to cause more harm than good. Thank you for your time and great content.
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Progressions in Exercise Selection Based on Technical Proficiency - Wed, 10/16/2019 - 12:52
I firmly believe you have to start at the simplest movement that someone can master correctly, and then, over time, progress from that simple movement to the more complex movements. The process is one of progressive skill acquisition.
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Are You A Training Partner or Someone Others Train With? - Wed, 10/16/2019 - 12:42
You don’t have to be an expert lifter to make your training partners better. You just have to always be actively watching and engaged in training. Here is how you can be an asset to your group — even as a newer lifter.
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The JuggLife | Sean Waxman | Reflections on IWF Worlds - Wed, 10/16/2019 - 10:35

Sean Waxman joins Chad and Max, fresh off his time serving as commentator for the 2019 IWF World Championships in Pattaya, Thailand. They discuss this historic competition, along with its implications on qualifying for the 2020 Olympics and their opinions on the recent string of high profile USAW athletes leaving their teams.

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How to Split-Stance Low Cable Row

Last week we talked about how you can take your standard dumbbell rows and make them a bit more sexy and athletic.

So if you liked that variation and want something that’s a bit more off the beaten path, then you need to try the split-stance low cable row!

In this variation, you get a ton of bang for your training buck – hip and core stability, thorax rotation and movement, and some upper back development to boot.

If you’re bored with your standard rowing variations, be sure to give this a shot ASAP!

Now that you’ve watched the video, here are a few things to note:

  • Get the weight on the front leg. When I’m doing this exercise, I want ~75% of the weight on the front leg. To do this, make sure that you have a somewhat narrow split front-to-back, and that you’re upon the toes of your back leg.
  • Reach long, pronate and inhale. This is where things get sexy – inhaling will help you fill and expand the upper back, while the reach/pronation of the arm will help you load the hip on the forward leg.
  • Squeeze back, supinate and exhale. To row the weight, you’re going to flip everything from the previous step – supinate the arm (i.e. turn the palm up, exhale and squeeze the shoulder blade BACK.

There’s a lot going on in this movement, so it’s not a great exercise for beginners.

However, if you’ve mastered lower-level rowing progressions and want something a bit more athletic in nature, then definitely give this a shot – I think you’ll love it!



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CSP Elite Baseball Development Podcast: Making Sense of Supplements with Angie Asche - Tue, 10/15/2019 - 20:26

We’re excited to welcome sports dietitian Angie Ashe to this week’s podcast. Angie does an outstanding job with nutritional counseling for a variety of athletes, and has a lot of experience working with baseball players in particular. In this episode, we delve into the controversial topic of nutrition supplementation.

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Show Outline

  • How Angie goes about starting nutritional conversations with her athletes and teaching them what they can do before looking to dietary supplements
  • Why athletes should be maximizing what they are eating and drinking before worrying about what supplements they should be taking
  • What supplement story initially sparked Angie’s interest in the world of supplements as a dietician
  • Where athletes can be misguided by the hype around supplements
  • What supplements Angie sees as must-haves in all peoples’ diets
  • What boxes Angie looks to check before recommending dietary supplementation in youth athletes
  • Why individuals need to be aware of the post-market testing model exploited by the supplement industry in order to understand the importance of buying third party verified products
  • How being conscious of ingredients on supplement labels can make it easier for consumers to identify safe and ethical supplements
  • What supplements are a complete waste of money
  • What athletes need to know about popular supplements such as BCAAs, collagen powders, probiotics, and glutamine
  • What to look for and stray away from when investing in protein powders
  • What guidelines Angie recommends for consuming creatine and how it can be used to improve athletic performance
  • With the heightened popularity of preworkout and energy drinks, why athletes should be cognizant of the source of their caffeine consumption and what Angie recommends for caffeine intake in one’s diet
  • What research says about the benefits of drinking coffee and how obtaining caffeine from healthy sources is often overlooked for healthy living and improving human performance
  • How individuals should be concerned about consuming more processed protein sources as more people are moving away from animal consumption and towards alternative diets
  • Where Angie goes to learn more about nutrition and stay up to date on the research of the field
  • What Angie’s go-to smoothie is for skinny individuals looking to gain weight
  • Where Angie sees future research in the nutrition community heading

You can follow Angie on Twitter at @EleatNutrition and on Instagram at @EleatNutrition.

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Complete Trainers Toolbox Thanksgiving Sale On Now! - Tue, 10/15/2019 - 10:15

Back in February a collective of trainers and therapists – Alex Kraszewski, Luke Worthington, Dr. Lisa Lewis, Meghan Callaway, Kellie Davis, Tony Gentilcore, Dr. Sam Spinelli, Dr. Sarah Duvall, and yours truly – combined forces to produce The Complete Trainers Toolbox, a collection of webinar-based lectures and active videos for a continuing education product like no other.

Here’s some of the content we covered:

  • Programming 101 – Dean Somerset
  • Dealing with Negative Thinking (Your Clients and Your Own!) – Dr. Lisa Lewis
  • Understanding Flexion- and Extension-based Back Pain – Alex Kraszewski
  • Core and Pelvic Floor Lifting Considerations – Dr. Sarah Duvall
  • Assessing for Excellence – Luke Worthington
  • Improving Overhead Mobility – Tony Gentilcore   **BONUS – Writing Stellar Fitness Content
  • All Things Squats, Knees and Hips – Dr. Sam Spinelli    ** BONUS – Hip Hinge Mastery e-book, The Strength Therapists Overhead Training Guide e-book
  • The Ultimate Pullup Webinar – Meghan Callaway
  • Finding Your Ideal Client – Kellie Davis

All together there’s over 18 hours of instant access content, plus continuing education credits to keep certified.


Don’t want to buy the entire package at once? No problem. You can now purchase individual presentations one at a time to see what each person is talking about. It’s like back in the day when you really liked one song a singer sang, but didn’t want to buy their entire CD.

We’ve put the entire package together for $100 off the regular price, only $197 for all 18 hours of content.

Each individual presentation is also on sale, only $29 per presentation, a savings of $8 per element.

This sale is on only until Sunday October 20th at midnight est, so act quick to get your copy today while it’s still on sale.

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The Most Underutilized Kettlebell Exercise You Should Be Doing - Tue, 10/15/2019 - 09:52
We think of the Kettlebell Windmill as a largely upper body exercise, but I’d like to make a case that it’s one of the most underutilized exercises to promote hip loading and control bilaterally.
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