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Train to be strong at the end of range to reduce risk of injury

“The Larger the Range of Motion that you are unable to generate strength in, the huge risk of injury” - Christopher Sommer

Train your “bubble”. Be strong at the end range / odd positions.  Ultimately that is what really matters, for sport and life.Classic example, someone that can deadlift 150kg of the ground, but can’t put a baby (3kg) in the cot without hurting their back

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The Kettlebell

“Vodka at night. Pickle juice in the morning (the best thing for a hangover). Throwing some kettlebells around between this hangover and the next one. A Russian’s day well spent. The ‘kettlebell’ or girya is a cast iron weight which looks like a basketball with a suitcase handle. It is an old Russian toy. As the 1986 Soviet Weightlifting Yearbook put it, “It is hard to find a sport that has deeper roots in the”

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What Foods Have Zero (or Low) Sugar?

By now we all know Sugar is bad. This is not “another” article telling you not to eat sugar…

You don’t have to kick your sugar addiction cold turkey, and low-sugar eating can still provide plenty of treats. If you’ve been Googling a no-sugar diet you can live with, this could help you lose weight, and will make you feel better than ever. Start working on your Summer Bod now.

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