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Issue 111: April 2014

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Ask Greg: Issue 111
Greg Everett

Starting Early, Starting Late, and Iron Mileage
Matt Foreman

Introducing Plyometrics to the Novice Olympic Lifter
Brad Leshinske

Using Team Workouts in Group Fitness Classes
Kyle J Smith

Food Storage 101 (Or, How to stop throwing out tons of bad food at the end of each week.)
Yael Grauer

True or False: Stretching helps you recover
Beth Skwarecki

Athlete Interview: Tamara Solari
Matt Foreman

Recipes: Issue 111
Scott Hagnas

Weightlifting News: Issue 111
Sam Holmes

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Lynn Asks: Hi Greg, I don't know if this is mostly in women, but I'd love an article or an answer about setting up with excessive arching in the lower back. Many people, when they learned how to lift, learned to arch the... Continue reading
Recipes: Issue 20


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Stuffed Chicken Breast

Here is a quick and tasty protein recipe. These can be made ahead of time and they are portable for lunches and snacks. As far as the seasonings, experiment with your favorite fresh herbs and spi... Continue reading
Mindfulness


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The goal of many competitive or bootcamp-style programs and classes is to get through the workout as fast as possible. The workout itself is viewed as a task - an onerous burden that can only be removed by completion. The advent of "underground&... Continue reading
Recipes: Issue 26


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This month, we'll revisit the issue of breakfast. As Robb wrote in one of the first issues of the P-Menu, often the conundum of champions. What to do? One idea is to get used to the idea of eating foods not normally considered breakfast in the mornin... Continue reading
ACL Tears and Weightlifting


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Everybody who reads this magazine is involved with strength athletics in some way. If you’re an athlete or coach, you understand there’s a risk of injury to what you do. Nobody should be under any illusions if they compete in a sport that... Continue reading
Snatch Skill Transfer and Assistance Exercises


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Now that we're all experts on the performance of the snatch, we need to look at a few accessories for our training. These accessories can be used to shore up a lifter's weaknesses in regards to the snatch. There are four movements that have been term... Continue reading