Olympic Weightlifting Champion, Dead at 92 The great Norbert “Norb” Schemansky, of Dearborn, Michigan, has passed on to join other Olympic Weightlifting legends such as, Tommy Kono. He passed away, quietly, September 8th 2016, while being cared for by hospice. Nicknamed, “Mr. Weightlifting”, or “The Professor”, during his career, “Ski” […]Read More!
The Old Bull vs the Young Bull Some would like to equate intelligence with wisdom based on experience. Theres an age old story that demonstrates the difference and the value of experience. The story goes something like this… High on top of a mountain there stood an old bull and […]Read More!
Is Your Training Getting Boring? I get emails, letters and phone calls about training problems all the time. One of the biggest complaints is that of boredom. Trainees say it gets to the point where they dread going into their gym. …and we all know what that means, Missed workouts! How […]Read More!
Beginners: What Do I Really Need to Get Started? Most things in life have a beginning and an end. Some of us have a tough time getting started and when we really are enjoying ourselves, we dread the thought of it ending. Even the best laid plans some how get […]Read More!
What is the Best Training Routine? I have been asked this question thousands of times over the years. It is, in fact, the single most popular question. Everyone wants the best method of training, not just a good method. Fact is, “What is the best training routine?” is an incomplete question. […]Read More!
Is Training an Art or a Science? Here’s another age old question that gets tossed around endlessly with no conclusive proof on either side of the table. All I can do is tell you this from my point of view. I think it is and should be… Both! Should you have […]Read More!