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Phil HenryPosted on 8:56 pm - Oct 31, 2016

Hey Bill congratulations on launching your blog and for all of your continued efforts at self-improvement and helping others!! God bless you

jason DeRosePosted on 11:45 am - Nov 3, 2016

Bill, Congrats on starting your blog. Very inspiring!

JohnPosted on 4:35 am - Dec 18, 2016

I could not refrain from commenting. Very well written!

Brian Fitzmaurice, CSCSPosted on 2:46 pm - Apr 9, 2017

Great content. Keep up the good work!

hamptonbaylightinghdPosted on 7:55 am - Apr 16, 2017

Enjoyed every bit of your blog.Thanks Again.

hamptonbaylightinghdPosted on 10:09 am - Apr 16, 2017

Thanks a lot for the article post. Great.

EthanPosted on 2:32 am - Jun 6, 2017

I really like the commentary on really squeezing your shoulder blades together. It is one of the most important things to do when setting yourself up in my opinion to tuck your shoulders back, lock them back, squeeze and press. A friend of mine actually hurt his shoulder by using poor form and not locking his shoulders into place. Sloppy benching like this can really take a toll on the body if you practice it enough.

One resource that helped me a ton was actually a program called critical bench. It is chalk full of tips and tricks that you wouldn’t really think of that actually make a huge difference in your bench when implemented correctly. I actually wrote a little review of the program anyone can check out- http://fitnessaspiration.com/critical-bench-review/

Coach DeRosePosted on 2:04 pm - Aug 31, 2017

Awesome post! Totally 100% agree!!! maybe squeeze a kb snatch in…lol..

Luke LPosted on 6:01 pm - Aug 31, 2017

Good Read and Very good points.

David EdwardsPosted on 10:47 pm - Aug 31, 2017

Wonderful insights. One of the difficulties with the emphasis on functional training (and I approve this approach) is that it has inspired many trainers to introduce training modalities to their clients that they are not prepared for.

Brad CooleyPosted on 10:12 pm - Sep 2, 2017

You mentioned creating competitions and games in the weight room. I would love to get some examples of… well all of them. Anything would be appreciated.

Luke LohrPosted on 3:34 pm - Jun 2, 2018

Good article, learned a few things. Thanks Bill

YoelPosted on 4:57 pm - Dec 3, 2018

Someone finally said the obvious.
I’ve noticed so many people get obsessive, recording everything, following a strict programme, etc, forgetting the body doesn’t work this way – it responds to stress in different ways depending on the day.

Brilliant post, this is now the way I use weights as a track & field athlete, and it has made the world of difference.