• Feb26

    What’s DOMS Got to Do, Got to Do With It?

    Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, or DOMS, is the sensation of getting sore a day or two after a hard workout, and may take anywhere from 12-36 hours to start up. This means you bust ass on Monday, fist pump your excellence on Tuesday, and can’t sit on the toilet on Wednesday without using a hand…… Read More

  • Feb16

    Simple and Easy Ways to Progress Your Training Plans

    When I write up a training program for a new client, it’s very much a loose template that will likely adjust over the course of the next few weeks. One feature that tends to get adjusted relatively easily is the amount of weight being lifted, but an often overlooked element of progression is the manipulation…… Read More

  • Feb14

    Simple Solutions to a Better Squat

    Today’s post comes from Dr. Sam Spinelli, a doctor of physical therapy who can also out-lift most everyone else in the gym. Sam is a contributor to the Complete Trainers Toolbox, so definitely check out his squat section when you purchase your copy. ***** Squatting is a fantastic movement for overall lower body development and…… Read More