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  • Very few people NEED 1-on-1 training - it is a...

    Very few people NEED 1-on-1 training - it is a luxury. Small group/semi-privates sessions are great for both the trainer and the client. It cuts the cost way down for the client and with 3-5 people...
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    Honestly are you just trolling now? 1. I...

    Honestly are you just trolling now?

    1. I "blindly" trust these organizations because their recommendations are based off research. I could be wrong, but I do not believe there is a world-wide...
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    It's kind of sad this topic has to be discussed...

    It's kind of sad this topic has to be discussed in this detail.

    Every personal training, strength and conditioning, and government organization recommends (roughly) the same protein requirements...
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    Sorry for the delay. Here is the article and a...

    Sorry for the delay. Here is the article and a couple videos that should help you out - http://www.dreesperformance.com/articles/3-squat-coaching-cues-to-avoid
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    This might help -...

    This might help - http://www.dreesperformance.com/articles/3-squat-coaching-cues-to-avoid
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    Well assuming you followed the same NSCA...

    Well assuming you followed the same NSCA textbooks I did, they recommend 1.2g-2.0g/kg. So, if my math is correct, that is somewhere around 0.54g-0.9g/lb.

    Keep in mind that is their recommendation...
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    A BS or MS in exercise science or kinesiology...

    A BS or MS in exercise science or kinesiology covers very little on nutrition.

    0.6-1 grams/pound of quality protein is more than enough for anyone's clients (I am assuming he is not working with...
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    Do you have any research other than a...

    Do you have any research other than a bodybuilding.com article supporting your argument? Virtually every doctor, dietician, sports nutritionist, etc. would disagree with your figures. The body needs...
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    Calories first, macros second. On a side note,...

    Calories first, macros second.

    On a side note, a 150 pound person needs nowhere near 225g of protein a day. On a caloric surplus, they need even less - 100 grams/day would be plenty.
  • You could start by getting off WebMD and go see a...

    You could start by getting off WebMD and go see a doctor.
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    After you're done paying for their summer camp,...

    After you're done paying for their summer camp, you can also play in one of the many "super elite all-star games" around the country (for a fee).

    I'm not sure where they got your contact info, but...
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    My favorite strength builder. The hip flexor only...

    My favorite strength builder. The hip flexor only kicks on at the bottom of the leg swing and momentum carries the length upwards, so I feel the hip flexor should be trained in a lengthen state. The...
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    Avoid GoDaddy. Wordpress is very popular. ...

    Avoid GoDaddy. Wordpress is very popular.

    Visit several websites that you like and see what they are using.
  • As in bar speed. 90% of the athletes I see...

    As in bar speed.

    90% of the athletes I see simply need to get stronger, so whatever program improves your strength. All programs work if you commit to them.
  • Unless speed is the goal, athletes should be...

    Unless speed is the goal, athletes should be lifting weight appropriate for their rep range. If your program says 3 reps, then pick a weight you can do 3 times. Simple.
  • Strength gains are obtained through hypertrophy...

    Strength gains are obtained through hypertrophy and neurological adaptation. To oversimplify it, neurological adaptations occur in 1-5 rep range and hypertrophy occurs in the 6-12 range. Good...
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    A few things. 1. Pull your neck back and give...

    A few things.

    1. Pull your neck back and give yourself a double chin. We should be able to see a line running from your tail bone to the top of your head.
    2. Your feet are rotated outwards too...
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    Piggybacking off of krakkerz... Who says this...

    Piggybacking off of krakkerz...

    Who says this athlete has imbalances that need to be corrected? Why 3:1 or 2:1? Doing bent-over rows and pull ups all day doesn't do much to help OPs blocking...
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    Running Jumping Pulling Twisting Just...

    Running
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    Just follow your coach's program and stop looking for a reason to bench press 3x/week.
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    What leads you to believe your CNS is fatigued...

    What leads you to believe your CNS is fatigued and why are you training with high volume during your season?
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