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Mark Rippetoe and Nicholas Racculia, PhD, SSC | September 20, 2022

Back in the 70s, going to college was what people who wanted to be successful did, because a high school education had eroded in rigor and value since the days of our parents' education. The erosion has continued, engulfing “higher education” as well. At this point, the majority of 4-year degrees are meaningless...

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Jim Steel | September 14, 2022

The TENS unit (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation), is losing battery as I drive down the road. I can tell this is happening because of the power of the unit. When I first put the pads on my upper trapezius and neck, the power of the electricity made the left side of my upper body jump...

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Tyler Perkins | August 31, 2022

Articles have already been written and videoshave been made discussing the benefits, and the need, for lifting shoes and why you should already have a pair. But for those of us stupid enough to venture into the comments sections, you will have noticed that there still seems to be some lingering confusion and mystery surrounding the human arch, arch support, orthotics, “supportive” shoes, and whether any of this is relevant or necessary to the strength trainee. 

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