Mark Rippetoe | July 16, 2017

Hoy en día, el entrenamiento para fuerza es bastante popular, y cada vez se vuelve más porque la gente se da cuenta de los beneficios que conlleva enfocar su programa de ejercicio con un objetivo definitivo en mente. Más fuerte es más útil. Más fuerte es mejor. Más fuerte incluso se ve mejor. Y más fuerte es un proceso sencillo – levanta un poco más peso del que usaste la última vez y sigue haciéndolo así por el mayor tiempo posible.

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Mark Rippetoe | July 14, 2017

Barbell training is the best way to train for strength. Bar none. Nothing else even comes close to the effectiveness of barbell squats, presses, deadlifts, and the Olympic lifts for the development of strength, power, and muscular size...You should be using them.

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Mark Rippetoe | July 05, 2017

The concept of “letting” an injury heal beyond an initial few days reflects a lack of understanding of the actual processes that cause the return to function. A less severe injury that does not involve tissue necrosis nonetheless involves an overload of the immediate ability of the compromised tissue, thus stimulating the processes that cause repair. 

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Mark Rippetoe | June 30, 2017

It is fashionable these days to appear concerned about what is currently interpreted as “inequality.” Inequality can be accurately defined as any diversity in the outcomes of any human endeavor deemed to be the potential subject of an op-ed piece in the New York Times, the Washington Post, or Yahoo News. As such, what I am about to say will be ignored by these outlets, both because it appears to promote “inequality” even though it does no such thing...

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