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  1. "Core" Stability "Training"
  2. Incremental Increases
  3. Baby, Bathwater, Gear
  4. Keeping Strength in the Strength Program
  5. The Novice Effect
  6. Active Hip 2.0: The Directors' Cut
  7. Strength Training for Throwers
  8. The Olympic-Style Press - Bill Starr
  9. Powerlifting, Year One, Part I
  10. The Split Snatch and Clean
  11. A Clarification
  12. Appropriate Conditioning
  13. The Quest for a Stronger Overhead Press
  14. Why Does the Army Want Me Weak?
  15. The Blind Lead the Willing
  16. Strong Traps
  17. The Truth
  18. Abs
  19. The Ultimate Strength Exercise
  20. Training in the Heat
  21. Experiences in the Iron Life
  22. The Ultimate Strength Exercise II
  23. Choosing the Path Less-Traveled
  24. Evolution and Training: An Interview with Dr. William Meller
  25. Observing Fifty Years of Gym Evolution (Part I)
  26. Observing Fifty Years of Gym Evolution (Part 2)
  27. A Stronger Finish
  28. Adaptation: Period, Persistence, and Prioritization
  29. Competition Makes the World Go 'Round
  30. Prepping for Your First Powerlifting Meet
  31. Reaching the Top with the X-Factor
  32. My First Search for the X-Factor: York Barbell
  33. A Strong Start
  34. Platform: Coaching the Clean & Jerk with Tommy Suggs
  35. Platform: The Split Snatch with Tommy Suggs
  36. Platform: The Olympic Press with Tommy Suggs
  37. Is It Training or Exercise?
  38. Don't Overlook the Middle
  39. Platform: The Front Squat
  40. You Must Understand the Gravity of Your Situation
  41. Jack LaLanne - A Life Well Lived
  42. Training in Cold Weather
  43. Combat Worst-Case Scenario
  44. Deadlifts Aren't Just for Powerlifters
  45. The Bulgarian Method of Training Olympic Weightlifters
  46. Why Powerlifting Should Not Be in the Olympics
  47. Building An Empire
  48. Driving Daddy Hoffman
  49. Wraps for Old Knees
  50. Youngsters Need Strength Too
  51. The RDL
  52. The Split Snatch
  53. The Lying Triceps Extension
  54. A New Perspective
  55. The 2011 National Weightlifting Championships
  56. Reflections in Iron: Mike Webster's Training Methods
  57. Quotes from Iron Mike Webster
  58. Youngsters Need Strength Too, Part 2
  59. Death by Prowler
  60. Train the Mind for Increased Strength
  61. The Tragic Death of the Military Press
  62. Barbell Training is Big Medicine
  63. Doc Ziegler
  64. The Pioneers of Protein
  65. Platform: The Squat - Bar Position
  66. Wanna Bet?
  67. SS:BBT3 Excerpt : Pulling Mechanics
  68. SS:BBT3 Excerpt : Learning to Press
  69. SS:BBT3 Excerpt : Pulling Mechanics, 2
  70. Utilizing Intuitive Training
  71. The York Barbell Series - Exhibitions I & II
  72. Strength Training Seniors
  73. Strength Training and Stroke Recovery
  74. The Year in Strength Science 2011
  75. Full Squats or Not
  76. Strongmen of the Crescent City
  77. Phil Grippaldi: Boy Wonder
  78. Is Olympic Weightlifting Strength Training?
  79. Ken Patera: Power Personified
  80. No Chalk Allowed!
  81. The Organization of American Weightlifting, 1911-1924
  82. The York Barbell Series - Exhibitions III
  83. Iron Icons: John Kuc & Jim Williams
  84. The York Barbell Series - Exhibitions IV
  85. George Jowett, the ACWLA and the Milo Barbell Company
  86. Doug Furnas
  87. Training with a Hangover
  88. Iron Icons: John Kuc & Jim Williams, II
  89. They Don't Award Form Points in Olympic Weightlifting
  90. Lamar Gant & Joe Bradley
  91. Stopping the Spread of Misinflammation
  92. The Map of Athletic Performance
  93. George Ernie Pickett
  94. Strength & Barbells: The Foundations of Fitness
  95. Pete George: The Greatest American Weightlifting Prodigy of All Time
  96. Platform: Learning to Press 2.0
  97. Eating Through the Sticking Points
  98. Liquor Cabinet
  99. Jim Steel's Crazed 63-day Odyssey (2 parts)
  100. A Strength-Based Approach to the Army Physical Fitness Test
  101. Analyzing the Squat
  102. My Experiences with Starting Strength
  103. Is Powerlifting Undergoing a Resurrection?
  104. The Year in Strength Science 2012
  105. Joe Weider: Bodybuilding Patriarch
  106. Barbell Training & Physical Therapy
  107. A Theoretical Approach to the Coach's Cue
  108. Barbell Training as Rehab: Brian Jones' Story
  109. Russ Knipp and the Resurrection of the Olympic Press
  110. Gripping Matters: Anatomy 501 for the Press
  111. Grippaldi the Great: How to Train the Overhead Press
  112. How to Talk About Lifting to Adult Novice Women
  113. The Valsalva & Stroke
  114. Lee Moran
  115. The History of Westminster Strength & Conditioning
  116. Dave Jacoby
  117. The Women of Strength at Crystal Coast Strength & Conditioning
  118. The Path to the Starting Strength Coach Credential
  119. Training and Performance for the Novice Athlete
  120. Raising the Bar: Legal Issues in Strength Training
  121. The Tarheel Connection
  122. Pat Casey: The First Powerlifting Superstar
  123. 5 Ways to 5 x 5
  124. The Year in Strength Science 2013
  125. Norbert Schemansky
  126. Barbell Safety
  127. Re-informing a Misinformed Female Lifter about Strength Training
  128. Smitty
  129. An Initial Visit to the York Barbell Club
  130. Bill March - The Chosen One
  131. The Quest for the Realignment of the Sport of Powerlifting
  132. Article Submission Guidelines
  133. Starting Strength and Barbell Training in the Military
  134. West Coast Impressions, A Random Journey
  135. Training Optimality
  136. Back Rehab: A Case Study
  137. Physical Function and Aging
  138. Exercise Science with Sully: part 2
  139. Strength and Prevention of Injuries
  140. An Examination of the Effects of Cognitive Impairment...
  141. The Crux of the Argument
  142. Neuromuscular Efficiency for the Strength-Lifter
  143. Mike MacDonald: The Unlikeliest Bench Press King
  144. William Asel Starr
  145. The Problem with "Exercise Science"
  146. "Starr Light, Starr Bright, Starr Gone"
  147. The Squat | Starting Strength DVD
  148. What Not to Do: Observations of Powerlifters Coaching Novices
  149. My 45-Year Association with Bill Starr
  150. Training Through Leukemia: Michael's Story
  151. Government Licensure for Personal Trainers: A Solution in Search of a Problem
  152. Exercise, Government-Style
  153. FOB: A Glimpse of the Life and Friends of Bill Starr
  154. The Benefits of the Starting Strength Coach Credential
  155. The Coach's Cue - Breaking the OODA Loop
  156. Training Female Lifters: Neuromuscular Efficiency
  157. Mental Toughness
  158. Why (Almost) Nobody Should Pull Sumo
  159. Strength in Combat
  160. Diagnosing Silly Bullshit
  161. The First Three Questions
  162. Women in Service
  163. Strength Training in Firefighters
  164. "Balance Training"
  165. Becoming a Starting Strength Coach
  166. Wndtp
  167. Academic Preparation
  168. The Price of Control, the Cost of Discipline
  169. Lifting Apparel Accessories
  170. Training and Pregnancy - (Article and Cases)
  171. The Elbow Problem
  172. Starting Strength Coaches: A Demographic Analysis
  173. Aches and Pains
  174. Time to Train
  175. The Grip Problem
  176. In Depth on the Arm Pull
  177. Risk Assessment
  178. The State of Strength and Conditioning Coaching
  179. What Your Doctor Doesn't Know About Squats
  180. Hiding Behind Smokescreens
  181. Squats, Presses, and Deadlifts: Why Gyms Don't Teach the Only Exercises You Need
  182. Online Coaching
  183. The Deadlift: 3 Reasons
  184. Reflections on “Not Following the Program”
  185. The Overhead Press
  186. Swogger's Revenge: A Back Injury Story
  187. The Power Clean
  188. Heavy Lifting and Heart Health
  189. The 3 Most Effective Ways to Waste Time in the Gym
  190. Why Being Sore Doesn't Make You Stronger
  191. New Year's Resolutions and Your Lazy Ass
  192. Clinical Testosterone
  193. Cardell and Dr Coleman
  194. What is a "Coach"?
  195. Maybe You Should GAIN Weight
  196. How to Box Squat
  197. How to Build a Home Gym
  198. Osteoarthritis and the Knee
  199. Training and Discipline
  200. The Most Important Aspect of Programming: Training vs Exercise
  201. Leg Length Discrepancy: The Use of a Shim
  202. Strength Training for People My Age
  203. Why Your Kids Should Be Lifting Weights
  204. Why You Should Not Be Running
  205. Understanding the Texas Method Intensity Day
  206. The Real Purpose of Steroids
  207. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Strength
  208. One of the Most Underrated Strength Exercises You Can Do
  209. Into the Great Wide Open: The Texas Method and 5/3/1
  210. The Mathematical Nature of Strength Training
  211. It’s Time to Stop Talking About “Supercompensation”
  212. The Difference Between Ignorant and Stupid
  213. Dietary creatine supplements raise serum creatinine mimicking acute kidney injury
  214. Age and Bodyfat
  215. A Pilot Study of Strength Training in the Memory-Impaired Elderly
  216. Strength Training, CrossFit and "Functional Training"
  217. Strength vs Endurance: Why are you wasting your time in the gym?
  218. The Truth About the Starting Strength Method
  219. Off-topic discussion of the problem of "peer review" in journals
  220. Getting Played: Whose Fault is It?
  221. Squat Mechanics: A Clarification
  222. Deadlift Mechanics: The Obvious Can Be Obscure
  223. Pajama Boy Redux: The Male in Modern Society
  224. Functional Training: Diversity Is NOT Our Strength
  225. Squats and Your Knees
  226. Leah Lutz: Simply Stronger
  227. The Standing Overhead Press
  228. The Profession of Barbell Coaching
  229. Physical Potential
  230. Women in Ground Combat
  231. Rehabilitation
  232. How to Push the Prowler
  233. Barbells vs Machines vs Everything Else
  234. How to Pick Stuff Up
  235. In Defense of Simplicity
  236. Should Personal Trainers and Coaches Be Licensed by The State?
  237. Barbell Use in the Clinic
  238. How to Squat 405 in 12 Weeks
  239. The Barbell Row
  240. Volume and the Masters Lifter
  241. Strength Training for Golf
  242. Starting Strength for the Obese Trainee
  243. Back Pain and Back Strength
  244. Can You Put Your Kids on a Strength Training Program?
  245. Induction and the Squat
  246. Good vs Bad Trainers
  247. Strength is Money in the Bank
  248. Physical Training Against Brain Aging
  249. Your Gut, Your Health, and Situps
  250. Losing Bodyfat or Gaining Muscle Mass: Which is More Important?