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Sully talks about creatine, one of the few supplements he recommends for the Athlete of Aging training for strength.

As we discussed in a recent short video on the Greysteel Channel, barbell training is a precision activity.

Precision is an interesting word. It does not actually denote a correct activity or measurement, but it does denote an exacting and highly reproducible mea...

When people first begin a training program or a new sport, there is always a neurocognitive adaptation that has to occur. Indeed, neurocognitive and neuromuscular adaptation are the first adaptations in physical training--motor patterns have to be learned, and the neur...

Check out this new podcast from my colleague across the pond, Dr. Julian Donovan. In this episode, we talk about how an aging meatball ER doc and brain injury researcher ends up as a full-time barbell coach. 

In the first part of our series on Type 2 Diabetes, Sully explains what it is, how it happens, and why it seems to be getting worse.

 Sully reveals five  hacks the Athlete of Aging can use TODAY to improve nutrition for health and performance. 

As the New Year really gets underway, we're going to talk a bit more about nutrition. Starting Strength's beloved Robert Santana and others have talked a lot about focusing on habits when it comes to nutrition and body composition, and I think that's the right emphasis...

In this video, from our Greysteel Channel, Sully discusses all the reasons for using the thumbless grip, and why none of them make a damn bit of sense.

Jonathon Sullivan, MD, PhD, SSC discusses why and how the press meets the requirements of a barbell prescription for the aging adult.

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