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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. 

From the squat camp in Farmington Hills held by the Michigan Strength Conspiracy in May 2018. Coaches Kurisko and Sullivan discuss bodyfat and novice LP, the US Strengthlifting Federation, preworkout meals, and the relative contribution of neuromuscular efficiency and...

Training is hard.

It's hard for everybody. It's hard for me, that's for sure. And sometimes, it's harder than usual. When the training is not so hard...we train. It's work, and it's difficult, but we just keep training.

And when training is really hard...we train. 

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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...

June 28, 2017

(Last week, we published the YouTube profile of Greysteel athlete John C. linked above. Here is a more detailed profile of this amazing man by our friend Andrea Bassett, who interviewed John in early 2017.) 


In his 87th year, WW2 vet John C., decided it was time to pre...

 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...

May 15, 2017

 A senior citizen uses barbell training to reverse the life-limiting affects of weakness. 

For 4 years, Ann B., a 75-year-old retired nurse, hardly talked about what her son Brad, an Associate Professor of classical studies, was doing in his shed in Virginia. Ann did...

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