Top 10 Posts of 2011

Top 10 Posts of 2011

With the New Year upon us, I wanted to share the top 10 posts from this past year.

In case you missed any of these, make sure you check them out below.

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1. How to Squat Deeper

Most athletes can’t squat to proper depth without rounding their lower back, having their chest cave in or feeling like their hips are going to explode. This article shows you how to squat deeper and pain free.

2.The Juggernaut Method Interrogatory with Chad Wesley Smith

After following the Juggernaut Method in the beginning of 2011, I grill Chad Smith with some questions I had. Chad is one of the smartest guys I ever talked with. Not only that but the dude is strong as hell! This is a must listen to interrogation with Chad Smith.

3.  The Modified Warrior Diet 

After trying to do research on the warrior diet, I came up empty. That was until Mike Keck agreed to do a guest post about a modified version of the warrior diet that he has used with success. This gust post has everything you need to know about the modified warrior diet.

4. 5 Fatal Mistakes Baseball Players Make

Too often I see baseball players doing more harm than good to their body. In this post, I lay out the top 5 mistakes baseball players make and what they should do to correct them.

5. What’s Your Excuse? 

After spending too much time in my college weight room and talking with fellow college athletes, I was inspired o write this post to call out all those who make excuses and don’t do what needs to be done in order to be successful. I defiantly recommend checking out this rant for some motivation.

6.  3 Killer Ways To Train Like a Baseball Beast

This goes hand in hand with my post, 5 Fatal Mistakes Baseball Players Make. In this post I lay out the 3 things baseball players need to do in the weight room if you want to maximize your athletic potential.

7. Should Baseball Players Warm Up With a Weighted Bat? 

This question was proposed to me by a fellow strength coach and decided to do my research and get down to the bottom of this hot topic. This is a must read for all baseball coaches, parents and athletes. You might want to think twice before putting that donut on your bat!

8. 4 Tips to Get Rid of Shoulder Pain

I know way too many people who experience shoulder pain. This article gives you the exact info you need to improve your shoulder health.

9.  What Does it Take to Become a Great Athlete? 

This is another motivational post that all athletes should check out. Time to take a look in the mirror and see if you have what it takes to become a great athletes.

10. My First Powerlifting Meet

This is a recap (with video) of my first powerlifting meet. In this post I include not only the results of the meet but the lessons I learned along the way.

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