John Clark

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Keep your elbows forward to say goodbye to a bad squat position and hello to a new one rep max.
Changing your thinking from "pull" to "push" can be the difference between a big lift and a no-lift.
Create the tension you need in your back for a tremendous effect on your pulling power.
You have to lay unbreakable groundwork to construct your best athletic self.
Build a solid foundation with your feet and you’ll build a skyscraper of a squat on them.
Many of my clients have asked me how to shape their goals for next year. My answer annoys them as it’s quite simple.
A faster and more biomechanically efficient pull awaits.
If you are a novice lifter or looking for quick results, save both your time and your money and wait until you’re ready to focus.
Squats should be working your legs and glutes. But when your grip is too wide, they don't do that any more.
Whilst picking up a few niggles can’t be avoided, more serious injuries can be kept at bay. Here are the things I've learned over the years.
Let’s have a look at some common mistakes in approach and preparation for strongman competitions.
These three errors are holding back your progress and keeping plates off the bar.