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  • Strong360 Monthly-Volume 1

    By Juggernaut | In STRONG360 | on February 18, 2014

    Exclusive Content from Top Coaches and Athletes STRONG360 Monthly has arrived and we are bringing you the premier knowledge to help you improve as an athlete, coach, and trainer. STRONG360 Monthly is our new digital publication and we are very excited about the high level of content available in it. THIS MONTH INSIDE STRONG360 Building […]

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  • Top 8 of January

    By Juggernaut | In Crossfit Training, Diet, Lose Fat, Powerlifting, Sports Training, Training | on February 10, 2014

    1. 34 Training Tips for Women Team Juggernaut compiled a great list of tips unique to females to help them get stronger, stay healthier and just all-around train better. 2. Raw Powerlifting Without the Fluff by Dr. Michael Israetel Dr. Israetel stirred up some controversy with this article as he set out to show you why […]

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  • Fat Loss for Powerlifting-Part 1

    By Dr. Layne Norton | In Lose Fat, Powerlifting | on January 30, 2014

    by Dr. Layne Norton, PhD in Nutritional Sciences I have been asked several times to write articles for powerlifting nutrition/metabolism and really haven’t done much with it.  So when Chad of JTS contacted me, I was a bit apprehensive about committing to an article series I’ve put off for a while.  Would the powerlifting community […]

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  • Laying the Foundation for Fat Loss

    By Jen Keck | In Lose Fat | on January 21, 2014

    Laying the Foundation for Fat Loss  You will never feel every agonizing tick of the clock quite like you do when you are trying to lose bodyfat. It’s like the world stops turning as you wait for your body to transform. Results never seem to come as quickly as we want them to. Ever. I […]

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  • Become Your Own Nutrition Coach: Part II

    By Nate Winkler | In Diet | on November 6, 2013

    The wait is over, Part II of Become Your Own Nutrition Coach is finally here. In Part I, we discussed a number of introductory points, ending with the beginning of the Four Pillars I use to create my nutrition programs: Sex, Goals, and Body Type. You must understand where you’re coming from in order to […]

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  • The Little Things

    By Michael Israetel | In Diet, Lose Fat | on August 29, 2013

    “Don’t sweat the small stuff.” “Just focus on the basics.” There seems to be a trend in the fitness community of emphasizing the fundamentals while downplaying the particulars. I’m not sure if this is a recent trend, or if it has always been around to a similar extent. Diets trends such as “If it fits […]

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  • Perfection: Enemy of the Good When it Comes to Nutrition

    By Jen Keck | In Diet | on August 12, 2013

    Perfection: Enemy of the Good When it Comes to Nutrition   A couple of years ago I was following a really regimented nutrition plan. After many months my willpower began to wane, as it often seems to do with so many of us, and I was sneaking extras, preferably dark chocolate pecans if I had […]

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  • Which Diet Is Right For You?

    By Molly Galbraith | In Diet | on August 5, 2013

    With a slew of popular diets and their respective zealots floating around the internet, it can be very confusing trying to figure out what the “best” diet is.  Let me say right off the bat, that I don’t think that there is one “best” diet.  The “best” diet for each person is the one where […]

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  • Straight Talk About Serious Dieting

    By Michael Israetel | In Diet, Lose Fat | on July 23, 2013

    Disclaimer: We have presented some articles on the subject of contest dieting and it’s potential pitfalls but feel it is important to present you, our readers, with multiple perspectives so you can make your own conclusions.  One of the most recent topics of conversation in the fitness industry centers around the controversies associated with extreme […]

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  • Why Multiple Meals is Still Best for Fat Loss

    By Jen Keck | In Diet, Lose Fat | on July 17, 2013

    Why Multiple Meals is Still Best for Fat Loss  Those brave enough to mention that they eat 4 – 6 meals per day for fat loss on any social media site nowadays will undoubtedly get completely hammered for it. “You don’t need multiple meals per day to get lean”, they will tell you, and they’ll […]

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  • Performance Nutrition

    By Josh Thigpen | In Build Muscle, Diet, Lose Fat | on June 18, 2013

    We humans are fascinating creatures. We will spend tons of money on things we don’t need, but when it comes to the most important thing to spend money on, we more often chose to skimp out on buying quality foods. Strength athletes, and athletes in general are no exception to this rule. We spend money […]

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  • Conditioning: How To Do It Right

    By Molly Galbraith | In Endurance, Recovery | on April 12, 2013

    In part 1 of this article, I gave a very brief introduction to energy systems, and discussed why I believe it’s important for powerlifters, strongman competitors, football players, and other strength/power athletes to incorporate aerobic work into their training program. As I also discussed in Part 1, when people hear the word “aerobic” they immediately […]

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  • Tales of the Self-Saboteur

    By Jen Keck | In Diet, Lose Fat | on March 26, 2013

    You’ve been killin’ it. Eating well and training smart, and you can feel your body changing. A couple of weeks go by and some sneaky thoughts start to weasel their way into your brain, all prefaced with those four dirty little words of “I’ve been so good…”  I’ve been so good that I deserve this […]

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  • You: The Only Thing That Works

    By Nate Winkler | In Diet, Lose Fat | on March 4, 2013

    There are great articles out there promising people major fat loss by making minor changes, but no real results ever happen. Why? No one is addressing the actual cause of fat gain/loss: poor hormone management. Adopting a training and nutritional program that works synergistically to reeducate your hormones will improve everything about your performance, physique, […]

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  • 10 Truths from a Strongwoman

    By Tracy Stankavage | In Strongman | on February 21, 2013

      You get stronger than you ever knew you could.  Last June was the first time I  legitimately started lifting heavy.  When I started training everyone asked me how I was doing.  Answer seems obvious, you get stronger when you train for strongwoman, otherwise you’re probably doing something wrong. Most people don’t know your sport […]

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  • 12 Fitness Lessons

    By Greg Robins | In Training | on February 20, 2013

    The truth is, I haven’t always been a strength and conditioning coach. Furthermore, I am still not solely responsible for training athletes to this day. I run 15 adult group classes a week, in addition to programming and coaching for athlete’s for 20-25+ hours a week. I have spent time helping people in a ritzy […]

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  • JCK’s Favorite Fat Loss Recipes

    By Jen Keck | In Diet, Lose Fat | on February 15, 2013

    One of the things that I always emphasize to my nutrition clients when it comes to sustainable fat loss is the importance of preparing and eating insanely delicious food. Why? Because nothing causes diet burn-out and resentment quicker than having to repeatedly gag down dry, bland meat and soggy veggies. Ew! Who the hell can […]

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  • The Minimum Effective Dose for Fat Loss

    By Jen Keck | In Lose Fat | on January 14, 2013

    Using the Minimum Effective Dose for Fat Loss The Minimum Effective Dose (MED) is defined as “The smallest dose that will produce a desired outcome.” That only makes sense, right? To do the least amount possible that gets you what you want. However, for some oddball reason, when it comes to fat loss, people do […]

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  • Explosive Nutrition

    By Nate Winkler | In Diet, Recovery | on November 20, 2012

    Where are you getting it wrong? Webster’s defines explode as a verb; meaning to expand with force, to burst, as dynamite. In sports, being explosive is really just the quality of being able to generate great power over a short time frame. ‘Explosive’, is becoming one of those catch phrases that everyone is hearing and […]

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  • Get to know JoEllyn McAtee

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on November 14, 2012

    Get to know new Team Juggernaut member, Crossfit athlete/coach, JoEllyn McAtee Name:JoEllyn McAtee   Age: 26 Height/Weight: 5’7” /145 Hometown: Louisville, KY Current City: Louisville, KY Years Training: 3 yrs of CrossFit training Years Competing: 4 years as NCAA Division I Track athlete. Training for Life/CrossFit 3 yrs. PRs in relevant lifts/events: Finished 6th in […]

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