The Omega Rep is the process by which the bar is properly returned to the rack at the end of the set. Sully describes how the proper performance of the Omega rep insures that every set ends with safety, authority, and dignity. All you have to do is remember the four ma...

In many ways, the most important rep of the set is the one you never log--the ZEROTH rep, the one in which the bar is unracked and carried out. The zeroth rep has a big impact on the technical parameters of the remaining reps of the set. Give it the respect it deserves...

Sully explains how the bench press meets our criteria for a strength training exercise and our exercise medicine criteria. 
 

It’s Flu Season! Sully discusses the cause, symptoms, and treatment of the flu, and why it’s so important to to get vaccinated.

Just returned from a brief but warm December sojourn in Arizona, back to the freezing tundra of Michigan, barely in time to publish our YouTube Channel's third episode, wherein we take a brief look at the biology of aging, and what we can (and cannot) do about it. It's...

Last week, we lost the peerless poet, songwriter, novelist, and performer Leonard Cohen. Aged 82, Cohen was battling cancer and looking frail, but it turns out the proximate cause of his death may have been a fall

May have been. Cohen may have fallen as a result...

Back pain is ubiquitous in humans. Nine out of ten will experience back pain at some point in their adult lives. In a small minority of cases, back pain is a sign of something sinister--pneumonia, heart problems, infection, even malignancy. If  your back pain is severe...

YOU CAN GET STRONGER!
As we age, we lose fitness—power, stamina, flexibility, endurance, and balance. But the most important of all fitness components is strength. In our fifth decade and beyond, we can lose muscle tissue rapidly, and we lose precisely those muscle fib...

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