It’s no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?
Optimal, Not Brutal: Conditioning for Fat Loss and Weight Class Management By Julia Ladewski The off-season lifter usually takes one of two approaches: Eat so much that they get fat, bloated and completely out of shape Use that time to clean up their diet and drop some body fat No matter the general approach, one […]
This is officially my first blog and I’m excited to share this new experience with AtLarge’s customers and fans! First, let me tell you a little bit about me. I began competing in powerlifting 3 years ago (yea, still an amateur) with my best competition lifts being a 295 squat, 180 bench, and 305 deadlift. […]
We have come to a legal agreement with our former supplier of our award winning Nitrean+ Dutch chocolate, vanilla, and Opticen+ chocolate (our amazing post-workout shake). The agreement will have us receive WEEKLY shipments of the products thus preventing the pre-order delays we have been experiencing the past year or so. Long story short, we […]
Marianne Kane is a wonderful example of what strength training can do for women. Read this interview about her journey into personal fitness which grew into a mission to educate others.
“What supplements should I be taking?” That is a fair question, and one that we receive via our customer support page almost daily. It’s also a difficult question to answer without falling back on the dreaded “It depends…” The truth is that so much does depend on the individual asking the question — his or her current physical state, experience level, and choices made in the kitchen and grocery store.
If I’m known for anything beyond my company (AtLarge Nutrition – www.atlargenutrition.com) and training advice it would have to be my above average deadlift. No, I won’t be pulling 1,015 lbs from the floor anytime soon like Benedikt Magnusson, but I have pulled 775 lbs.
On occasion, I do receive more open-ended requests, such as those from trainees who simply send pictures and ask for a routine that addresses what I judge to be their weak points. More often than not, what I send back to them isn’t the latest “pecs and biceps” routine but something to bring up lagging shoulders.