The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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  1. Wow! Awesome article Steve. I appreciate the...

    Wow! Awesome article Steve. I appreciate the references, history, quotes, etc. Great job.
  2. Great article Karsten, and cool idea for the...

    Great article Karsten, and cool idea for the loaded glute bridge. I don't get to say this often, "I never thought of that."
  3. Haha! I'll take any thoughts I can get at this...

    Haha! I'll take any thoughts I can get at this point so I'm glad that I come to mind when thrusting! I started hip thrusting with 185 lbs almost four years ago. I never rushed the strength gains as I...
  4. This should be a shirt slogan! Thank you...

    This should be a shirt slogan!

    Thank you everybody for the positive feedback. I'm glad people seemed to like the article! Much appreciated.
  5. I think I originally entitled the article,...

    I think I originally entitled the article, "Deadlift 600 lbs" but we decided to change the title because the majority of lifters are probably trying to chase down 495/500. I think that 6 plates (585)...
  6. This is great advice! I concur with Tom.

    This is great advice! I concur with Tom.
  7. Often to get through a sticky point, rather than...

    Often to get through a sticky point, rather than focusing on that point, you can focus on building more acceleration at the beginning of the pull so you power through the sticky point. This is what...
  8. A-Freakin'-Men to that as well!

    A-Freakin'-Men to that as well!
  9. KoSh, if you can deadlift 470 at 180, probably...

    KoSh, if you can deadlift 470 at 180, probably nothing on you is "weak." It just means that these are your weak links. Sure it's just semantics, but there's definitely no need to be depressed; you're...
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