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performance — By jeff rizzo

the language of lifting

You know what I’m talking about here: there’s always one guy at the gym that swears by compound lifts—making fun of all of the non-deadlifters—and...
Jul 31, 2016 01 read article

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performance | By Jeff Rizzo

The Language of Lifting

You know what I’m talking about here: there’s always one guy at the gym that swears by compound lifts—making fun of all of the non-deadlifters—and another that thinks compound lifts make you bulky and all powerlifters are fat. Both are equally resolute in their opinion and since what you’re doin...
performance | By Jeffrey Prejean

Beat Dad Bod: Fit at 40 and Beyond

Many men dread turning forty but I am here to tell you that your "mature" years can be some of your best!  There is no denying that the vigor and metabolism of a 25 year old is something we’d love to bottle for our later stages of life. However, with the right attitude and some smart strategies,...
performance | By Red Sullivan

One Simple Tip to Improve Every Training Session

Like Bane, was born into Darkness, I was born into the Globo Gym and molded by it.  (or at least this is what I tell myself when I’m in a Globo Gym on a Deadlift 1RM day). I didn’t see a “box” or a “strength and conditioning facility” until I was much more experienced. Now, my work takes me furt...
performance | By John Huddart

The 3 Allies of Creating Sustainable Ironman Health

BLOG 3 of 3 This 3 part series, written by John Huddart, a health coach and Ironman triathlete, explores how to best approach a goal, as big and complex, as getting healthy. In his last article, he outlined a story of resilient health, as he was able to train for 7hrs, party till 6am at a weddin...
performance | By Red Sullivan

A New Father’s Guide to Staying Fit and Changing Diapers

As a new father looking to continue training, the name of the game is making the best use of your now extremely limited resources. Before your little bundle of joy came screaming into the world, you could afford an extra 15min at the gym gabbing with your buddies about Bench Press PRs, but those...
performance | By Josh Courage

5 Ways to Improve Your Front Squat

The front squat is an exercise used very commonly in training weightlifters, but besides that is unfortunately not used all that much. I personally admit to not programming this incredibly effective tool as often as I would like for my general fitness members, but that is changing now. I like th...
performance | By Eric Van Arsdale

Fuel and Fire

“I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.” - Pablo Picasso Very powerful words from one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century. These words have stuck with me and become my ‘True North’ for as long as I can remember. They have dr...
performance | By Rob Macdonald

Self-Imposed Limitations

At Gym Jones the most important aspect of our overall training philosophy is that the mind is primary. While incredible changes may occur in a person's body, we are most concerned with the changes that occur within a person's mind. At the end of the day working out is simply a process of picking ...
performance — By jeff rizzo

the language of lifting

You know what I’m talking about here: there’s always one guy at the gym that swears by compound lifts—making fun of all of the non-deadlifters—and...
Jul 31, 2016 01 read article
performance — By jeffrey prejean

beat dad bod: fit at 40 and beyond

Many men dread turning forty but I am here to tell you that your "mature" years can be some of your best!  There is no denying that the vigor and ...
Jun 18, 2016 02 read article
performance — By red sullivan

one simple tip to improve every training session

Like Bane, was born into Darkness, I was born into the Globo Gym and molded by it.  (or at least this is what I tell myself when I’m in a Globo Gy...
Apr 29, 2016 03 read article
performance — By john huddart

the 3 allies of creating sustainable ironman health

BLOG 3 of 3 This 3 part series, written by John Huddart, a health coach and Ironman triathlete, explores how to best approach a goal, as big and c...
Apr 03, 2016 04 read article
performance | By red sullivan

a new father’s guide to staying fit and changing diapers

As a new father looking to continue training, the name of the game is making the best use of your now extremely limited resources. Before your little bundle of joy came screaming into the world, you could afford an extra 15min at the gym gabbing with your buddies about Bench Press PRs, but those...
performance | By josh courage

5 ways to improve your front squat

The front squat is an exercise used very commonly in training weightlifters, but besides that is unfortunately not used all that much. I personally admit to not programming this incredibly effective tool as often as I would like for my general fitness members, but that is changing now. I like th...
performance | By eric van arsdale

fuel and fire

“I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.” - Pablo Picasso Very powerful words from one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century. These words have stuck with me and become my ‘True North’ for as long as I can remember. They have dr...
performance | By rob macdonald

self-imposed limitations

At Gym Jones the most important aspect of our overall training philosophy is that the mind is primary. While incredible changes may occur in a person's body, we are most concerned with the changes that occur within a person's mind. At the end of the day working out is simply a process of picking ...

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