The Serious Guide to The Bench Press

If the bench press hurts your shoulders it's because you haven't read The Serious Guide to the Bench Press.

If your girlfriend can't put up her own bodyweight on the bench press, well, it's because she hasn't read The Serious Guide to the Bench...

Use an Earthquake Bar to Improve shoulder stability

The glenohumeral joint(the fancy name for your shoulder) is the most mobile joint in the human body, but it comes at a cost.

When a joint gains mobility it tends to sacrifice stability, and instability in the shoulders leads to impingemenets &...

The Best Bar Path for your Bench Press

One of the first things I learned after becoming a strength coach is that strength training is art. That is to say that each person can express it in a different way and it can still be right.

This was a lesson I learned when I started actually...

How to Set Up Your Home Gym for Strength Training

If you're serious about strength training setting up a home gym is the best thing you can do.

Assuming you have the space, the money, and the motivation to work out at home.

Those are three critical components.

You can use all the chalk you like,...

How to Perfect Your Bench Press Setup

The bench press is the most popular test of strength in the gym.

How many times have you heard, "How much do you bench?"

With the popularity of the bench press it is surprising how many people aren't setting up correctly.

A correct setup allows you...

The 4 Best Exercises to Boost Your Bench Max

The Bench Press is the most common exercise in any gym.

Walk into your local training facility at 5:30pm on a Monday and try to get a bench. I dare you.

It isn't going to happen, because everyone loves to bench press.

Mondays are famous for being...

The Ultimate Guide to Gyms in Tallahassee


Gyms and fitness centers are popping up(and lately, closing) around Tallahassee almost faster than I can keep up with. If you're new to town or new to fitness then you will find this list useful.

If you find yourself googling...

The 4 Components of a Perfect Low Bar Squat

There are a million moving parts in the low bar squat.

Anyone who has tried to coach another on squatting well, or has watched video of themselves squatting knows it can be overwhelming.

Butt out. Chest up. Shoulders back. Head down.