Strength In Structure 17+

jason rosenblatt

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A guide to training your larger muscles while also improving your posture and avoiding pain

With so many different training modalities out there, it’s important to start by identifying your goals. For example, bodybuilders and powerlifters share some of the same exercises, yet their goals, techniques, and rep counts are totally different. So what if you’re not trying to be either?
Look to Strength In Structure as a common framework for having a foundation of core strength, muscle balance, healthy posture, and a fundamental understanding of your own body’s strengths and weaknesses.

When I first started lifting 22 years ago, I only cared about how my arms and chest looked when wearing a tank top. I made many careless amateur mistakes such as bench pressing without warming up my shoulders first or not taking any days off for rest and recovery. It didn’t take long for me to develop a shoulder impingement that would continue to haunt me for years to come.
If I knew then what I know now I would have done things very differently! For starters, I would have focused a lot more on building a strong core, back, hips, legs, and shoulder complex. Of course the 18-year-old I had to learn everything the hard way.

Each section contains a simplified anatomy and function lesson, training videos with very clear and concise directions, and day-to-day tips to help improve your posture. With each download, you are also getting updates and new videos for each muscle group and unlimited email support for any training-related questions you may have. Look at each purchase like a lifetime membership. Whether you’re new to working out and in need of direction or if you have already been training for years and need a shift in focus, look to Strength In Structure to be your guide.

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