Every now and then, somebody tries to take us to task for using the term "Athlete of Aging." The objection is always strictly semantic, fastidious, sclerotic...and, well, obtuse. As in, "wow, Dude, you really missed the entire point."

Most recently, somebody sent me t...

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...

We've had a lot of discussion this week on the PoG page--the Facebook page for Patrons of Greysteel--about the coronavirus outbreak. Some of it was a bit doom-and-gloom, some of it sounded prematurely post-apocalyptic, and most of it was common sense. We are all Master...

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.
 

Some of my athletes have heard me using an elaborate "cue" lately. I've told some of them to think of the descending (eccentric) phase of the squat or the press as if they're simultaneously fueling and lowering a rocket onto the launch pad. At the moment the missile is...

November 20, 2018

Wherein Sully explains how the deadlift meets our exercise prescription and strength training criteria. The deadlift is powerful medicine. 

June 19, 2018

Greysteel Athlete Dan McEachin talks about his experience training with Parkinson's disease.

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