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Carl Raghavan, SSC | July 14, 2021

Training hard is one thing, but recovery is everything! If you’re struggling to make linear progress on Starting Strength, you are most likely under-recovered – not over-trained. How can I be so certain? So dogmatic? Because I’ve been there.

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Harilaos Fafutis, SSC | June 30, 2021

There are only a few things in life that a person needs to learn and do, having drunk from the fountain of wisdom and thus trying to live a good life – a life worth living. These things probably end up revolving around health, wealth, relationships, and spirituality. Good practices within these “4 pillars” can get us closer to living life to its fullest potential, but there’s a lot of ambiguity as to what exactly is required in these areas. However, this challenge can be understood better by turning the problem on its head to look for things one should avoid.

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Andrew Lewis, SSC | June 09, 2021

There are several paths to becoming a strength coach, but there is no clear outline of the costs and financial outcomes of each path. A prospective coach could waste time and money picking a suboptimal path. Having options laid out in advance could help in making the most intelligent decision. Three different education paths were evaluated for education cost, income upon completion, and time to completion...

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