The Not-So-Famous DeLorme Scheme

If I asked what the most popular set/rep scheme in strength training is, most people would respond with 3 sets of 10 reps. It seems to be the universal training prescription, but where does it come from? The concept stems from a 1948 paper by Dr. Thomas DeLorme and Dr. Arthur Watkins where they recommend 3 sets of 10 reps using a progressively heavier weight in the ...

Posted Jan 15, 2017

Focus on the Cause of Disease

My role as a Certified Exercise Physiologist is to promote health and fitness. I do not manage disease. That's what medical doctors do. For the most part, they manage disease by suppressing symptoms with drugs. It's not the symptoms you should focus on, but rather the cause. Get to the root of the problem if you truly want to cure the condition. As Dr. Rangan Chatterjee ...

Posted Jan 10, 2017

Looking Forward to Another Exciting and Productive Year

On January 1, 2016, I posted the first blog entry of the year and here we are today, 12 months and almost 100 posts later… Our readership has grown considerably over the year, and the number of newsletter subscribers and social media followers have increased steadily as well. Thank you for all your support. Every like, comment, or share that you make is greatly ...

Posted Dec 31, 2016

Our Top 10 Articles of 2016

Should The Knees Pass The Toes When Squatting? Learn how full squats can improve function, protect against injuries, and build more muscle. Foam Rolling and Pain Usually in training we say, "If it hurts, don't do it," but with the foam roller, the opposite holds true! The Most Important Variable for Muscle Hypertrophy Training intensity, volume, and frequency ...

Posted Dec 30, 2016

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