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  • Lilly and Carter on Lifting and Life-Part 2

    By Juggernaut | In Powerlifting, Training | on June 21, 2013

    What would you do if you could go back and start over? If you could go back in time to the first day you stepped in the gym and tell your young, naive, maybe stupid, version of yourself, what would you say? Brandon Lilly and Paul Carter are two of the most knowledgable and outspoken […]

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  • JTS Classic: Consolidation of Stressors

    By Chad Smith | In Sports Training | on April 25, 2013

    Over the course of a training plan, as an athlete gets stronger/faster/more explosive (generally more capable of higher outputs), recovery becomes of paramount importance. Over the course of the training cycle, you must begin to remove (or reduce focus on) the less necessary from the training plan. Also you must begin to consolidate the most […]

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  • How I Built My Best Squat Ever-Split Squats

    By Corey Hayes | In Squat | on January 21, 2013

    Check Out These Other Parts of the How I Built My Best Squat Ever series… Front Squats by Dan Green   Low Bar Good Mornings by Blaine Sumner After sitting and thinking about an assistance move that has helped me the most throughout the years and going back throughout my old training logs, one movement […]

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  • Get To Know Squat?

    By Juggernaut | In Squat | on January 17, 2013

    Starting Monday January 21st, JTSstrength.com is brining you SQUAT WEEK! Six days dedicated to the king of all lifts, the squat. All this week we will have articles to help you improve everything about your squat; from programming to mobility to technique and nutrition, everything you need to know about squatting will be covered. Team […]

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  • Going Heavy on The Juggernaut Method

    By Chad Smith | In Powerlifting | on January 16, 2013

    The most common question I receive about The Juggernaut Method, is “how can I add in some heavier work?”. The Juggernaut Method is built around submaximal work done for a high volume with great attention to the quality of the lift from both a technique and speed standpoint. While I don’t think that it is […]

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  • A New Approach to Paused Benching

    By Brandon Lilly | In Bench | on January 10, 2013

    I wrote in my last article about overhead presses being a huge part of my bench press success, the other key has been a commitment to varying intensities. By default each lift on the Cube is given a 3 week wave, and you only lift “heavy” on one of those weeks, so how can we […]

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  • Five Deadlift Training Tips

    By Pete Rubish | In Deadlift | on January 10, 2013

    1) Train Your Hamstrings Hard-Start incorporating glute-ham raises with a band around your neck into your training program.  I simply set this up by hooking the band under the GHR machine and then putting the other end of the band around my neck.  This movement produces tremendous tension as you approach the top and will […]

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  • Throwing is one of the most overlooked sports of Strength Sports.  There is minimal info, compared to Powerlifting, Strongman or Weightlifting, regarding on how to train for it and of the info out there, very little of it addresses how to properly train to throw farther.  I wrote Training LAB to address this issue.  I […]

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  • Get to Know Ariel Stephens

    By Juggernaut | In Olympic Weightlifting | on January 5, 2013

    Name: Ariel Stephens Age: 22 Height/Weight: 5 ft.3 in. / 69 kg Hometown: Woodland, California Current City: Woodland, California Years Training: 10 months (Since March 2012) Years Competing: 10 months PRs: 76kg Snatch, 98kg Clean & Jerk Where You Train: Recently, I have been training in different gyms all over. I primarily train in Woodland, by myself at […]

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  • Juggernaut Training Systems is bringing you an opportunity to learn from and be coached by some of the top athletes and coaches in the World today. Improve as a lifter, athlete and coach through the lectures, Q&As and coaching at the Juggernaut Seminar Series. At this installment of the Juggernaut Seminar Series you will hear […]

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  • B.A.D. A.S.S. Goal Setting

    By Josh Thigpen | In Strongman | on December 29, 2012

    Chad Wesley Smith recently asked me what is one thing I would do differently if I could go back to the beginning of my strongman career and start over. The answer that came to mind very quickly was that I would of planned things out better, and set my goals more clearly.  When I started my […]

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  • Team Juggernaut Roundtable, Part 4-Mistakes

    By Juggernaut | In Powerlifting | on December 2, 2012

    In Part 4 of our Team Juggernaut Roundtable discussion, Chad Wesley Smith, Brandon Lilly, Brad Little and Ryan Brown, along with Mike Tuchscherer, Jim Laird and Corey Hayes, discuss common mistakes they see lifters making…

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  • Team Juggernaut Roundtable, Part 3-Assistance Work

    By Juggernaut | In Powerlifting | on November 30, 2012

    In part 3 of our Team Juggernaut Roundtable discussion, Team Juggernaut’s Chad Wesley Smith, Brandon Lilly, Brad Little and Ryan Brown, along with Mike Tuchscherer, Jim Laird and Corey Hayes, talk about what our favorite assistance movements are for the bench press, squat and deadlift…

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  • Athletes and Olympic Lifting

    By Juggernaut | In Training | on November 30, 2010

    The power clean and other Olympic lifts are a staple in strength and conditioning programs for many sports from high school to the pros. Many Westside (Darkside, conjugate, whatever you want to call it) influenced coaches despise it. I’m not one of those. The Olympic lifts are good exercises. They help build explosive power, but you […]

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