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Kai Greene Trains 5 Weeks Before the 2014 Olympia

Kai Greene Trains 5 Weeks Before the 2014 Olympia

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Sagittarius Horoscope for Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Thursday, September 4, 2014 - A great opportunity for fun seems to slip through your fingers today. Furthermore, you might not want to be working at your desk when you could be out enjoying your next big adventure. Unfortunately, your immediate responsibilities may have you dreaming about a vacation getaway instead of actually packing your bags. Fulfilling your obligations isn't your idea of excitement, but you'll be more free to do what you want if you put work before play.

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Incline Barbell Front Raise

The devil is in the details, and this holds as true for the deltoids as for any other muscle group. Overhead pressing should make up the foundation of your shoulder work , but achieving a well-rounded set of delts requires addressing all three heads (anterior, middle, posterior). When you’re sporting a tank top, the detail and striations in the anterior deltoids (or lack thereof ) are just as visible as the width and thickness of the middle regions. So give the front side of your shoulders some love once or twice a week by completely isolating them. This incline barbell front raise is a great way to start doing just that.

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Dwayne Johnson to Play Black Adam in New Line's 'Shazam,' Darren Lemke To Script (EXCLUSIVE)

“We Love Dwayne and have had nothing but success with him over the years,” said Toby Emmerich, President and COO of New Line. “When I look at Dwayne both off screen and on screen, he is such a larger than life character and it just made perfect sense to me that we put him in a DC comic movie. You look at these comic book characters and they have this certain swag and charisma that Dwayne carries with him where ever he is so that’s why this always made sense.”

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5 Mental Tricks for Better Workout Results

“Light weight,” eight-time Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman says as he settles under a bar for a max-rep set of bench presses at 495 pounds. Little verbal cues like this represent the tip of the iceberg for what people have used to help them get through tough workouts. The brain is willing, after all, even if the flesh is weak. Our panel of experts chipped in on some of the psyche ups that they use to push the envelope in the gym.

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Hard Core Workout

The below workout hits the entire core with a quartet of exercises that includes two isometric hold exercises and two dynamic rotational moves. Perform the routine 2-3 days a week, adding it to the end of any workout or doing it on its own if you wish.

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Foam Rolling: Total Body Benefits

The first thing to do to start seeing results is to foam roll your calves. Most of the things we do negatively affect our calves. From the shoes we wear to the way we sit in a chair, our calves are in a shortened position most of the time. This limits the range of motion of the ankle and reduces function up the rest of the body. To address this, begin by placing one leg on the roller, then place the other leg on top of it. Raise the hips and slowly begin to roll to the knee. If you find an extra tender spot, stop and hold. After about 20 seconds continue to roll through the area four times. Then set the hips on the ground and rotate the leg four times side to side.

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Getting Big Vs. Getting Strong

This is called Compensatory Acceleration Training (CAT). Lots of bodybuilders do this unknowingly when doing a set of 12 reps – the first 3-4 reps are explosive, while the next 8-9 reps have a little less steam. Whether they know it or not, they are getting beneficial adaptations from the dynamic method for strength gains in the first few reps. Your first rep is always your strongest – from that point on you are getting weaker – so exerting maximum force from the get-go can help you dynamically increase muscle tension.

11 Bodybuilding.com - Jay Cutler Workout: How Jay Cutler Trains Chest And Calves

Follow Jay Cutler as he takes Kizzito Ejam through the first workout of Living Large. Implement Jay's pro techniques for more effective ways to build your own chest and calves!

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4 TUT Moves for Massive Pecs

To persuade a stubborn pair of pecs to grow, you’ll need to put some more pressure on them. This means increasing their time under tension (TUT)—the duration your muscles are contracting during a given set or workout.

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Killer Combo: Push-up to Row

By combining some of these popular exercises into one combination move, you'll not only save time, you'll also be performing a tried and true exercise that's guaranteed to help strengthen muscle, burn fat, and shred your physique. Today's killer combo move is:

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Never Commit These 10 Deadlift Mistakes

Get the inside scoop on the worst deadlift mistakes, why they’re bad and exactly how to avoid them.

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5 Tips for a Deeper Squat

What we do need to answer is the “how”. In many cases it’s much easier said than done. Having a good depth squat takes plenty of maintenance work to be able to (re)achieve ideal positioning. Here are a few helpful tips.

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The 20-Minute Escalating Density Training Workout

The best way to get more out of your workouts is to set a time limit for yourself. Racing the clock forces you to work harder, faster, and more efficiently. Every second counts - no lolly gagging at the water fountain allowed. This is what Escalating Density Training (EDT) is all about: Pick a duration—you don’t need long—and get the best workout possible before the clock runs out. Get ready to take the concept of supersets
 to a whole new level. We’ll show you how to 
use EDT to sculpt a great upper body when you have time for nothing less.

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Chris Hemsworth's God-Like Thor Workout

Hemsworth in particular was a model of consistency, and the physique he built has made “Chris Hemsworth Workout” the top search suggestion when you punch the actor’s name into Google. The Internet, though, is a minefield of shameless, click-baiting “Thor Workout” imitators. Fortunately, you don’t need to look any further than the full, unabridged template we present here, with exercises demonstrated by IFBB physique pro Sadik Hadzovic. So get ready to hit the gym, and remember: There are no shortcuts.

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5 Rules for Gaining Mass

If you'’re looking to add muscle mass to your frame, hitting the weights hard is a given. Quality time in the gym begins a cascade of changes that will stimulate your muscles to grow bigger in response to the challenges you throw their way. It'’s tempting to think that'’s all it takes to add muscle to your body. After all, you can actually feel your biceps growing after an intense set of curls. That pump is tangible, real-time biofeedback to let you know that blood is flowing to your muscle cells, beginning a chain of events that stimulates protein synthesis. Maybe that'’s why it's easy to overlook how important good nutrition is in the  mass-building  equation. When you choose to eat, say, chicken instead of ice cream, there'’s no immediate muscle gratification -- no pump to keep you motivated. Make no mistake: Eating for muscle is just as important as lifting for muscle. The foods you grab in the morning on the way to work, the meals you pack for lunch and mid-afternoon, what you put into your body immediately following your workout, and your final meal of the day impact your results as much as, if not more than, the number of reps you squeeze out at the end of a set.

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10 Foods That Fight Fatigue

“We put so much emphasis on caffeinated drinks, but those just spike up your energy before slowing you down,” says Jim White, R.D., owner of Jim White Fitness in Virginia. “Get rid of this idea of a quick fix.” Instead, White recommends eating frequent meals (skipping one can cause your blood sugar to rise and then tank), and putting some strategy behind the foods you pair. For example, whole grains consumed with protein can help prolong an energy high. With that, watch your sugar intake. Sweets, pastries, or even granola bars boost energy, but that energy quickly plummets.

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Build Muscle With Beef

But beef's nutritional virtues extend well beyond protein. Beneficial minerals in beef include the antioxidant selenium , highly absorbable iron and immune-boosting zinc , with the most well-represented vitamins being thiamin , riboflavin , niacin , pantothenic acid , B6 and B12 . "Several of these micronutrients are involved in energy metabolism and help the body utilize sources of fuel such as carbohydrates and fat," notes Hall. And with roughly 2 grams of creatine per pound, beef can give your body some of the creatine it needs to push some serious weight. What about the fat content? Yes, that steak or beef burger contains more fat than your good old skinless chicken breast. But some saturated fat is necessary for maintaining testosterone levels, and about one-third of beef's saturated fat is stearic acid—which, Hall says, has a neutral effect on blood cholesterol levels. Even so, this leaves a pretty big chunk of other saturated fatty acids like palmitic acid that can inflict serious heart damage. That's why nutrition professionals and even the beef councils recommend choosing leaner cuts of beef.

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Four Whole Grains You Haven't Tried

No sooner had you figured out how to pronounce the word quinoa (KEEN-wah, FYI) than a dozen more hard-to-pronounce whole grains started hitting your grocer’s shelves. Among the latest crop of soon-to-be-trendy carb sources to offer a host of healthy benefits—like fending off heart disease, diabetes, and obesity—are grains like freekeh and amaranth. There’s also barley, perhaps best known for making beer. To find out what makes these “new” whole grains better than, say, a trusty bowl of brown rice, we took to the kitchen—and even discovered some additional benefits along the way (to name a few: a milder effect on blood sugar, and unique compounds like vision-boosting lutein and muscle-building lysine). And now, three great recipes to work these superfoods into your diet this fall. 10 Superfoods for 2014>>>

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Ketogenic Diets for Bulking

In recent years, cycling dietary carbohydrate in and out of your otherwise low carbohydrate ketogenic diet have become popular as a way of achieving the benefits of the ketogenic diet along with the ability to maximize your training efforts and muscle hypertrophy response. Often called “Cyclic Ketogenic Diets” or CKD, they are used as a way of maintaining the ability to perform high volume and/or high intensity exercise during a maximal fat loss phase of one’s diet (utilizing a ketogenic approach). Cyclical “refeeds” or “carb-ups” restock muscle and liver glycogen, as well as upregulate various hormones and thyroid activity that may be depressed during prolonged low calorie and/or low carbohydrate dieting. These glycogen stores can later be used during strength training sessions to ensure adequate stimulation and performance (8).

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What Is It REALLY Like Inside the elitefts Offices?

It seems as though some readers assume all of them have quit their jobs, loaded a U-Haul, and filled all of the office and warehouse positions we have here in London, Ohio. If that were the case, it would potentially provide enough hilarity and drama to create the single greatest reality show of all time. Here is our take on just what that might be like.

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Diet Research, Stuck in the Stone Age

That would be bad and biased enough if the researchers had made any attempt to compare comparably good, or comparably bad versions of the two diets; but they did not. The “low fat” diet was, for starters, not much lower in fat than the typical American diet, which as we all know- is basically crap. Shockingly, the fiber intake was virtually identical, at about 15-16 grams per day, in both groups throughout the study. You cannot possibly eat any variant on the theme of “good” low-fat, mostly plant-based eating and fix the fiber intake at that pitiful level. The only way to do that is to combine modestly low fat with preferentially crummy foods made mostly from refined starches and added sugars. The study did not provide this level of detail about the diets, but it’s clear that the low fat diet was (A) not low fat; and (B) rather crummy. So another title option was: “a comparison of the best low-carb diet to the worst low-fat diet we could come up with.” Again, I think it’s clear why they didn’t go with that one.

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Crafting Bigger, Stronger Quads

We began the workout with leg extensions. We always used a controlled descent and a brief hold at the top, aiming for four sets of 20 reps with 90 seconds of rest. After extensions, we would begin leg presses or what I referred to as the "meat" of the workout. Initially, the approach – 20 reps with 90 seconds of rest and squatting down between sets – resulted in a drastic decline in the amount of weight I could press due to the blood volume and lactic acid build up.

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Dominate Your Morning Workouts

Step away from the treadmill, says Charlie Cates, a Chicago-based performance enhancement specialist. “You need something that’s going to excite your nervous system and major muscle groups.” Try burpees instead. From a standing position, squat down and touch your hands to the floor. Then shoot your legs out behind you so you end up in a pushup position. Reverse the motion quickly as you come back up. Continue for 15 seconds, rest 30 seconds, and repeat for five minutes.

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10 Workouts To Burn Off Your Beer Belly

You don’t have to give up your favorite beer in order to loose that beer belly you’ve been rocking. Give these 10 workouts a shot to make your gut disappear.

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Weight Loss Among Named Diet Programs

Among 59 eligible articles reporting 48 unique randomized trials (including 7286 individuals) and compared with no diet, the largest weight loss was associated with low-carbohydrate diets (8.73 kg [95% credible interval {CI}, 7.27 to 10.20 kg] at 6-month follow-up and 7.25 kg [95% CI, 5.33 to 9.25 kg] at 12-month follow-up) and low-fat diets (7.99 kg [95% CI, 6.01 to 9.92 kg] at 6-month follow-up and 7.27 kg [95% CI, 5.26 to 9.34 kg] at 12-month follow-up). Weight loss differences between individual diets were minimal. For example, the Atkins diet resulted in a 1.71 kg greater weight loss than the Zone diet at 6-month follow-up. Between 6- and 12-month follow-up, the influence of behavioral support (3.23 kg [95% CI, 2.23 to 4.23 kg] at 6-month follow-up vs 1.08 kg [95% CI, −1.82 to 3.96 kg] at 12-month follow-up) and exercise (0.64 kg [95% CI, −0.35 to 1.66 kg] vs 2.13 kg [95% CI, 0.43 to 3.85 kg], respectively) on weight loss differed.

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Fighter Diet News, by Pauline Nordin: Get Buff, Get Lean

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Foods That Prevent Hair Loss

Everyone loses hair each day, so there’s no need to freak out every time a few follicles trickle out. Hair is continuously growing, but, in turn, some strands reach their “old-age” and come out. Genetics, however, means some guys have fewer strands growing in to replace them. By the age of 35, two-thirds of American men will experience some level of hair loss, according to the American Hair Loss Association. But have no fear—nutritional deficiencies can contribute to increased hair loss by weakening hair shafts that cause breakage and slow re-growth of new hairs. This can potentially be reversed with the right diet. Len Glassman, a certified health nutritionist, trainer and owner of the Personal Best Training Center , offers up the necessary nutrients that will keep the hairs on your head there longer. 9 Daily Habits That Make You Look Older>>>

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Trainer Q&A: Am I Sore or Injured?

Hitting the gym for a hard workout, especially after a long hiatus, can make even the most mundane tasks like climbing out of bed or putting on a shirt more difficult than usual. Soreness is a natural part of any workout routine. Injury, on the other hand, is far more serious and may require attention and treatment from a medical professional. Knowing the difference between the two is crucial to maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle for the long haul.

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The 3-Move Total Body Workout

We often times get caught up in the plethora of exercises and routines that are displayed all over the Internet. Having too many options to choose from can keep us from focusing on our goals. We start a routine with hopes to build more muscle and strength, faster, but then end up finding another great routine to follow two weeks later. It is true that you need to switch things up once in a while to create continual adaptations. But many take this to the extreme. Six weeks is a good amount of time to work consistently at a routine. Tracking your numbers, and adding weight to the bar while continuing to work on form and execution, will bring you much better gains than changing your routine all of the time.

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5 Kitchen Gadgets Every Guy Should Have On Hand

It's called culinary arts for a reason. Cooking is an artform that with varying degrees of prowess. Striking the perfect balance of taste, appearance and nutritional value make cooking an activity that you can always learn more about. Regardless of your kitchen skills, you'll need the proper tools to get prepare and when it comes to cooking supplies, quality matters. Add these five trusty kitchen gadgets , available at williams-sonoma.com , to make every meal just right.

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Wake Up to the Benefits of Melatonin

During a fasted or dieted state, your cells may enter a “low energy state” or programmed cell death. This is due to the lack of appropriate amounts of energy (calories) or lack of a survival signal. This is a good thing to occur in fat cells but not your hard earned muscle. So an upregulation of IGF-1 would help muscle cells forgo this fate and would hopefully lead to greater retention in muscle while dieting. Additionally, these studies have shown that not only are you upregulating a survival signal, but you are down-regulating death signals. These particular signals are responsible for programmed cell death (apoptosis) or your cell essentially eats itself (autophagy). So to state it once again, while you are in a “low energy state” such as dieting, your cells are more likely to undergo cell death. If melatonin can down-regulate these death signals, there is a decrease in this likelihood. Even in a well fed state, this upregulation of IGF-1 and down-regulation of proapoptosis/autophagy signals along with protection from reactive oxygen species that occur with exercise cause all sorts of problems.

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Survive Freshman Year without Getting Fat, Sick or Sad

Starting school this week? Here’s how to ensure a healthy, happy, and fit college career.

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CrossFit Physique: Extreme Jump Rope

Shred fat and blast your shoulders and calves with Rocky's favorite move.

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Finding the Sweet Spot

There are many variables to think about when putting together a training routine , including which exercises, how many reps, how many sets, how much weight, how often to train each muscle group, not to mention diet and supplements. One of the most important of these variables is weight load. There are two factors critical to inducing muscle hypertrophy: load stress and metabolic stress. Load stress is applied by lifting and lowering a weight, as well as forcing a passive muscle to bear a load (e.g., loaded stretch). Metabolic stress is created by actively contracting a muscle against resistance, which leads to the accumulation of metabolic byproducts such as lactic acid and free radicals. Both load stress and metabolic stress activate anabolic signaling pathways within the muscle cell. Loading acts through a mechanism called mechanotransduction, whereby membrane-bound mechanosensors, which are activated when the muscle cell membrane is strained and stretched, turn this mechanical signal into chemical signals that tell the cell to build more structural and contractile proteins. The buildup of metabolic stressors such as lactic acid and free radicals activates anabolic signaling pathways, although the exact mechanism is still being ironed out.

40
The 30 Best Abs Exercises of All Time

Everyone is different; some may get abs from soley working the belly to exhaustion while others may get their abs to pop without a single situp. But to train the core effectively, it comes down to the three planes of motion: frontal, sagittal, and transerve. Doing abs exercises in a circuit style keeps the intensity high and will likely lead to more fat loss.

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The Guardians of the Galaxy Workout

"Chris' athleticism is amazing, he is incredibly disciplined and his work ethic is phenomenal. " says Gaver. "He isn’t the client you have to push; He is the type of client you have to pull down. If you were to walk into the gym when he was training, you would have thought for sure you’ve got a guy getting ready for the NFL Combine."

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Is "Healthy" Rice Killing You?

Eaters of white and brown rice have healthier diets— they take in more fruits and vegetables and less saturated fat and added sugar, a Baylor College of Medicine study of more than 14,000 adults showed. But all’s not well in Riceville. It turns out, the grain is often tainted with carcinogenic metals, especially when crops are grown in once industrial areas.In China, the concern is cadmium, a metallic compound that may cause cancer and kidney disease. In fact, a Greenpeace East Asia test found unsafe levels of cadmium in 12 of 13 rice crops sampled. Stateside, arsenic is the enemy, though the FDA has so far deemed levels too low to cause immediate adverse health effects.

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7 Things You Didn't Know Yoga Could Do for Your Body

If you practice yoga five days a week you’ll just turn into a Gumby doll, right? Eh, maybe. Though a regular yoga practice does increase flexibility and help strengthen and lengthen your muscles, there are some not so obvious benefits to getting your “om” on regularly. From better bowel movements to steamier sex, you might be surprised what a little time on the mat can do for you.

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Calves Crash Course

Fast and very intense, with little or no weight. Normally, this isn’t the way to blow up a bodypart to the limit, but stubborn calves can be a different animal. For James “Flex” Lewis, it’s a training principle he uses to max out calves that prompted opinionated pro Milos Sarcev to describe Lewis’ legs as “world class” when he first met the phenom at age 20.

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H.U.G.E. Gym Class: Cardio

We have to talk about it. As much as you’d rather discuss bench pressing, biceps or just about anything else, most bodybuilders spend more time on a treadmill or StepMill than a leg press or preacher bench. And when dieting down, most iron men and women invest more hours burning calories than pumping muscles. Still, the majority of trainers haven’t learned how to maximize their stationary strides. This month, we shed the fat and explain how to get your cardio back on track. Class is in session.

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The Perfect 5-Step Warm-Up

Progress faster and stay injury-free with this pre-workout drill.

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The Easiest Way to Save $5,000 A Year

Obviously you can’t give up your phone, but there are many ways to reduce the cost. First, does your company issue you a device? If so, get rid of your personal phone. It’s fairly easy to “port” your number to your work phone. For e-mail, I use the iPhone’s mail app for business, and I added the Gmail app for personal e-mail. Yes, you have that one douchebag friend who sends attachments that don’t quite mesh with your corporate culture. You know who he is. Don’t open those e-mails on your phone. Life is a lot simpler when you carry only one device, and you could save more than $1,000 a year.

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Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey at Bodybuilding.com

Whey protein is popular with active adults because it digests rapidly and is a rich source of amino acids for muscle recovery. Whey protein isolates are the purest form of whey and the primary ingredient in Gold Standard 100% Whey. Each serving provides 24 grams of rapidly digesting whey protein with low levels of fat, cholesterol, lactose and other stuff you can do without. There's no doubt this is the standard all other proteins are measured against.

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Advanced Back Workout

Go to almost any gym and you’ll see a lot of guys with thick pecs, but backs that pale in comparison. While nearly everyone has a love affair with the bench press and related pushing movements, the fan base for pulling exercises (that is, back training) is dramatically smaller. Yet the back makes up the largest area of muscle on the torso, and should be worked at least as diligently as the chest, not to mention every other body part.

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Elitefts™Core Blaster Press Variations

About the Author Mark Watts is The Director of Education at EliteFTS.com. He has a Masters Degree in Exercise Science & Health Promotion from California University of PA and a Masters Degree in Elementary Education from Clarion University of PA. Watts has been working with college athletes in over 20 different sports at the Division I, II & III levels for over 15 years as a strength & conditioning coach. Prior to EliteFTS, Watts coached athletes at Denison University, The United States Military Academy at West Point, Allegheny College and Clarion University. Watts has also completed strength & conditioning internships at The University of Tulsa and the Ohio State University. Watts is certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association, USA Weightlifting, the National Academy of Sports Medicine and the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association. Watts started competing in powerlifting in 1997 and is an amateur strongman competitor in the Master's division. Watts is originally from Pittsburgh, PA and is a USMC veteran.

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