Articles | strength & health


Nicholas Villar | November 20, 2019

Everyone knows that to become financially stable you must have a plan and stick to it. It doesn’t even have to be complicated, in fact, the less complicated the better. This is also true for your physical strength.

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Carl Raghavan, SSC | October 30, 2019

How much should I weigh? I know, I know. Touchy subject. It’s a question that weighs heavily on many people’s minds (hilarious pun intended), and because it’s so intimately connected to how they view their self-worth and confidence, I’m going to do my best to be as honest and objective as possible.

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John F Musser, SSC | October 16, 2019

The most common things look different depending on where you happen to be standing. If you view something especially complex from an unfamiliar location, it may be unrecognizable. I ask you to consider trying to understand better, by looking at things from different perspectives..

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Ray Gillenwater, SSC | October 02, 2019

What we care about is helping you achieve your own physical potential, however vast or limited that may be, and we realize that the way to achieve it is not to accumulate box jumps, it’s to accumulate muscle mass. Yes, even for women. Yes, even if you’re past middle age – scratch that, especially if you're past middle age.

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Emily Socolinsky, SSC | September 11, 2019

I opened my gym shortly after taking up strength training in earnest to help address my back pain, and have been working for the past eight years to help others embrace their true potential and strength. Had I not been training all these years, I would not have had the slightest idea of how to rehab my knee after surgery.

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