by Bret Contreras January 10, 2014
You guys gotta see this – it’s Ronnie Coleman’s first powerlifting competition in 1994. You’ll like that Ronnie was yelling “light weight” long before his Mr. Olympia days. Now, what Ronnie does is indeed impressive, deadlifting 728 lbs. But on this day, Ronnie’s antics were outmatched by a whistling old man named Roy Mason. Roy was a traveling preacher and a truck driver. As you’ll see, he can barely walk over to the bar, but he then proceeds to pull 529 lbs at the ripe age of 76! Old man strength at its finest.
Click HERE to learn more about Roy and the meet.
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by Bret Contreras October 10, 2016
From The Lab To Your Pocket – Part 2: Accurate Max Strength Measurement With Your iPhone By: Carlos Balsalobre-Fernandez It’s all about the speed: The load-velocity relationship One key variable when...
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by Bret Contreras March 05, 2016
Meet Maren and Brett, the two latest Glute Squad members. They are the same height, but their torso and femur proportions differ markedly. Maren has a longer torso and shorter...
by Bret Contreras September 21, 2015
Here’s a complicated biomechanical article on the squat from my colleague Andrew Vigotsky (my former intern who is now smarter than me LOL). Hopefully some of you will be able...
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