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Starting Strength in the Real World

by Andrew Lewis | July 07, 2020

It didn’t even take Kendall three months of hard training to notice a reduction in his injury rate, severity of injuries, and general aches in both life and BJJ. He is also able to practice difficult techniques longer and with better precision because his muscles do not fatigue as quickly.

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by Chris Palladino, SSC | April 14, 2020

A typical morning begins with a 5:30am wake-up call by our 7-month-old son followed by a race against the clock to get ourselves and him ready and out the door before an 8am work day start time. That all came to an abrupt halt one Mid-March morning, when I was awakened by a frantic whack to my chest by my wife. “I’ve been redeployed to Manhasset Hospital!” my panicked wife yells.

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by Eric Lowery | April 07, 2020

In the last 11 years, I have survived a round of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever with a massive DVT and multiple pulmonary embolisms, and later a ruptured appendix (without knowing it), an emergency appendectomy, more DVTs, and another pulmonary embolism...

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by Nicole Rutherford, SSC | October 29, 2019

November 27th, 2018 was the first day we met Brad. When we sat down to discuss his history related to training and health, we found out that Brad was a twice-survivor of cancer. He was already expected to have died two years prior. The guy we met that day wasn’t ready to give up. And to this day, he is still fighting and stronger than ever.

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