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June 19, 2018

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

The Greysteel Channel has the third and final installment of our series on hypertension. As is always the case with medicine, there's already some updates to be made, and we'll have to revisit the issue in the future. The most important thing to note is that there have...

We posted our newest video, Greysteel #17, on YouTube last week, and it's been very well-received. In this video, Sully talks about the pros and cons of egg consumption. 

But, you know, mostly the pros. Enjoy. 

Recently I published an article on Starting Strength on the use of volume in strength programming for Masters. In this article, my colleague and Barbell Prescription co-Author Andy Baker and I discuss the concept of volume sensitivity in the Masters Athlete, which we h...

 Hey all, I just published our newest installment on the Greysteel Channel. This is not one of our produced videos, but rather the lecture I gave at George Washington University on April 7. 

A plea to our website subscribers and people watching--if you like the v...

December 8, 2016

It's been a crazy couple of weeks. 

Top of the list of crazies is the release of my new book with Andy Baker, The Barbell Prescription. It's already sold about 2000 copies and is being very well-received. You can pick yours up today at Aasgaard or Amazon

The second epi...

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...

About a year ago, I called up this guy I know, a Master's Athlete, very strong and knowledgeable about lifting, to discuss a few business matters. 

"Just a moment, Sully," he said. "I'm all wrapped, and I need to go do my set." 

So he put down the phone, and I could he...

After decades of dominance by aerobics and "cardio," strength has made a comeback. Even some doctors have begun to catch up with the literature on the value of resistance training for health. Unfortunately, even when doctors do prescribe strength training, they usually...

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...

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