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Big Butt Syndrome (pictures inside)
Sent Friday, October 21, 2011
I just found this crazy embarrassing picture of me
from my sophomore year in college.
My glutes are HUGE! (to say the least!)
I have always had a ton of muscle in my butt, but
what you see in the picture above is just plain ol'
Playing college football had me training my legs
like a mad man. So my legs and glues got really
strong and powerful... but it came at a cost.
What my coach didn't realize at the time was that by
training my squat so frequently without the use of
had put my low back and hams
at risk for injury.
Most coaches and trainers think that a simple dynamic
warm up followed by a few light reps is all that is
needed to improve performance.
What they don't realize is that most of us have some
form of "muscle virus" that lends itself to pattern
overload, followed by decreased performance and
Today I teach my
that the very
first thing they must do BEFORE putting someone on a
training program is to assess them for muscle imbalance.
This gives them the information they'll need in order to
prescribe the correct stretches and exercises for the
person to maximize their potential with.
Designing programs is far more than just picking the
coolest, most fun and entertaining exercises for yourself
Designing Superior Programs
requires that you consider
each and every aspect of an individual in order to give them
a program that helps them become stronger ALL AROUND!
Mediocre results come from mediocre program design.
You're worth much, much more than that.
PS - This class is filling up fast:
I really wish I could invite everyone to join us, but due to the
nature of the content of this course I have to keep the class
sizes fairly small.
If you're a serious strength student then this is for you.
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