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Week in Review on gillaspytraining.com:



Are huge volumes of sit-ups and crunches still the gold standard when it comes to core training or is there a better way?

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Some training myths just won’t die and here’s another one to add to the long list of them.

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Oh how I love the push-up. Probably an underrated exercise because of all its benefits, but man are a lot of people leaving a ton of health and performance on the table when it comes to it’s execution.

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There are a ton of different ways to progressively overload the body, but adding load seems to sometimes be the only one that’s popular.

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A legendary coach retires: Proud to say I was fortunate enough to play for coach Jenkins. Coach J made Evangel basketball not just another NAIA program, but a program that demanded respect. He created a winning culture and gave guys a place they could go and win, and a lot of that we did.

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Keely doing a good job of giving us a demo on what a push-up should look like.

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