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1. The Bottom Position of Your Squat: A Defining Characteristic of Your Human Existence by Dr. Quinn Henoch

Dr. Quinn Henoch shows you the cause and how to fix the dreaded ‘butt wink’ to help you perform better and stay healthier.

2. Common Habits That Are Hurting Your Weightlifting by Colin Burns

Colin Burns helps you fix a few simple things that you probably don’t even realize are taking kilos off your total.

Learn how to improve your weightlifting from Colin Burns in his article, Common Habits Hurting Your Weightlifting
Learn how to improve your weightlifting from Colin Burns in his article, Common Habits Hurting Your Weightlifting

3. Self Assessments Worth Correcting-Part 2, Ankle Mobility by Greg Robins

Good ankle mobility is critical to quality movement, particularly in the squat. Greg Robins of Cressey Performance shows you how to asses and correct your own ankle mobility.

4. Mobility Gone Wrong by Dr. Quinn Henoch

Dr. Quinn Henoch makes his 2nd appearance with this great article showing you 5 common mobility training errors and how to correct them.

5. A Case Against Specificity by Mike Tuchscherer

The ultra-strong and always thoughtful, Mike Tuchscherer gives you a great insight into the value of specific training and how to properly implement it.

Find more exclusive articles and videos from Juggernaut in our digital magazine, Strong360 Monthly
Find more exclusive articles and videos from Juggernaut in our digital magazine, Strong360 Monthly

6. 7 Habits of Highly Effective Football Players by Chad Wesley Smith

Chad Wesley Smith has sent 30 players on to Division 1 college football scholarships in the past 2 years. Learn his 7 most important tips for successful football training in this article.

7. Training Tactics for the Advanced CrossFit Athlete-Part 2, Train Your Warmup by Jacob Tsypkin

Competitive CrossFit requires a work capacity beyond that of any other sport. Your warmup is the first part of your training that gives you the opportunity to enhance it. Learn how to best do that from Jacob Tsypkin.

 

 

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