Written by Team Juggernaut
At Juggernaut we strive to bring you the highest quality content from athletes and coaches who are currently in the trenches, training hard and dominating at the highest levels. In case you missed some articles this month, we’ve got you covered with some of our favorites from the month of October!
1. 10 Things You Need To Know Before Starting Weightlifting by Colin Burns
Colin Burns gives you a preview of what the world of Olympic lifting (don’t call it Oly by the way) will have to offer you.
2. Meathead Mobility: How To Warmup In 12 Minutes or Less by Molly Galbraith
Molly Galbraith of Girls Gone Strong gives you two simple, quick and effective warmups, done in 12 and 6 minutes respectively, to help you prepare your body for maximum performance and stay healthy along the way.
Sign up for Strong360 and get access to Molly’s upcoming webinar on all things warming up.
3. 7 Habits of Highly Effective Strength Athletes by Greg Nuckols
Highly ranked lifter Greg Nuckols gives you 7 great guidelines to success in any strength sport.
4. Cube Kingpin: How Can It Work For You by Brandon Lilly
Brandon Lilly lays out a new Cube Method variation for you to try out. This is the exact program that Brandon used to build his 2237 total!
Sign up for Strong360 and get access to Brandon’s bench webinar tomorrow night!
5. Shut Up and Lift by Blaine Sumner
Blaine Sumner is sick of all the bitching and moaning in powerlifting and wants you to just shut up and lift!
6. Pause Your Way To Bigger Lifts by Chad Wesley Smith
CWS shows you how to used paused variations of any lift to specifically attack weak points and improve strength.
7. Special Strength: Theory and Practice by Martin Bingisser
Swiss National Hammer Throw Champion and Bondarchuk protege, Martin Bingisser, explains what special strength is and how to implement it into your own training.
8. Fatigue Explained by Dr. Michael Israetel
Even though this was posted in September (we forgot to include it in the last monthly recap), this is a great article that needs another read. Dr. Michael Israetel discusses what fatigue actually means to you, your body and your training.