Tom MacCormick

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By lying side on to the bench you can create a resistance profile where this lift matches the muscle’s capacity closely.
Binge-listen opportunity with some of the best coaches in fitness: Dr John Rusin, Eric Bach, Dr Joel Seedman, Dr Andy Galpin, Damian Lees, Brad Borland, Michael Goulding, JC Deen, and Tom MacCormick.
To build a balanced, strong, injury-proof physique you need to do some unilateral training.
The exercise is deceptively simple, but there are a series of brilliant elements that come together to make it so effective.
By using double barrel rolls, you can stimulate a muscle across every inch of every rep.
Train your quads, hamstrings, glutes, abs, lower back, forearms, and traps with the trap bar deadlift.
Protect your lower back and maintain balanced form with front squats.
We use our shoulders almost non-stop, so is it any wonder they often get hurt?
By varying your exercises strategically not only will you gain strength and muscle faster, but you lay the platform for continued long-term progress over successive phases.
We know training must be hard to be effective—the bad news is that it has to get harder.
Can some muscles tolerate more frequency than others?
Smart training is hard training, but hard training is not necessarily smart training.