Logan Christopher

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Hermann Goerner could one-hand snatch 167.75lbs, could one-arm deadlift 727lbs, and regularly wrestled an elephant weighting 1,500lbs. Here's how he trained.
Here was a man who could lift 370lbs overhead with a single arm in the bent press. This lift has never been matched by anyone in over a hundred years since it occurred.
I'm going to give advice counter to at least 99% of what is out there. When doing pull ups, it is generally indicated to keep the shoulders packed down. I don't think that's the best you can do.
It's too bad that running a marathon is still looked at by many as the epitome of fitness. I don't really do HIIT, Tabata intervals, or met-con workouts either - for five reasons.
Contrary to what some spine experts say - that if your back ever rounds you're going to immediately die of the bubonic plague - the human body can move that way, and might even lift more that way.
Contrary to what some spine experts say - that if your back ever rounds you're going to immediately die of the bubonic plague - the human body can move that way, and might even lift more that way.
You can improve your performance by improving your visualization skills. And if you've never done visualization, I'm going to walk you through how to do it, step by step.
Mobility work doesn't have to get all complicated. Here are 5 easy ways to add dimension to your mobility work and increase your body's abilities.
Here are 8 ways to get a kettlebell overhead. You could also use a dumbbell, or even a barbell, but no matter what you use these exercises will help you get stronger.
Getting up off the floor seems simple enough, but a lot of people can't do it well at all. And I'm willing to bet not all of you can do all 52 ways I came up with for standing up.
There is a lot more to learn from great athletes of many years ago. If you take just a few ideas from them regarding strength and training, you too should be able to become as strong.
Rolling is a basic and natural movement pattern requiring full body coordination, balance, and many muscles. In this article we look at three different rolls and the cartwheel.