Social 1 day ago Cooper is 10 years old. He's grown up in a gym. Letting kids learn how to squat, press and pull has so many benefits beyond just getting them stronger. You can start working with kids at nearly any age as long as they are interested. Focus on proper mechanics first adding weight when appropriate. #startingstrengthcoach #startingstrength #startingstrengkids #startingstrengthgym ... See more LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 1 day ago Timeline Photos Sam got her start at WS&C during our first women's only program. She never stopped. We have another women's program being running every Tuesday and Friday at 11am. Class size is small and uses the basic barbell lifts taught by the areas best female strength coaches. Learn how to use barbell training and proper nutrition to lose fat and gain muscle. Send us a message to get started. #girlsgonestrong #press #startingstrengthgym ... See more LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 1 day ago Timeline Photos Gym dog. #puppy #bouvierdesflandres LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 3 days ago Thanksgiving week hours: Normal hours Wednesday 11/22 Closed Thursday 11/23 Open gym Friday 11/24 7-10a. No evening hours. Normal hours Saturday 11/25 LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 4 days ago Timeline Photos Wrestling season might have just started but that doesn't mean you stop squatting. Jack is training twice a week to try and maintain his hard earned muscle mass from the off season. A number 14 ranking in the country means you hunker down and work harder than the other guy. #startingstrengthcoach #startingstrength #startingstrengthgym #wrestling #powerathlete ... See more LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 4 days ago Starting Strength Coach and friend @troup_a_loop stopped in from Texas to get some squats in. It's pretty cool when people go out of their way to stop in and say hello. If you are looking for a great coach in Dallas, TX go see Pete @dtxstrength. #startingstrengthcoach #startingstrength #startingstrengthgym ... See more LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 4 days ago Mary Brunst Photography My mom asked "Mary, do you feel proud of yourself for losing the weight?". The truth is that I do feel proud, but more than proud I feel happy. Happy, healthy, and stronger than I've ever been. The kind of happy and healthy that I didn't know how much I was missing until I had it. It's sad to me how much of my 20's were so much less than what they could have been, simply because I wasn't as strong and healthy as I could have been. After I graduated photography school in 2010, I literally poured every ounce of energy I had into building and growing my photography business. For 6 years I never took the time to prioritize my health. Do you know how much more I can accomplish now that I'm strong and happy versus depressed and tired? I wish I would have figured that out 7 years ago. However, I'm grateful for that time because it ensures that I don't take this happy & healthy feeling for granted, and that I'll never go back to living that way again. Weightlifting 3x's a week and tracking my macros have been the healthiest life change, both mentally and physically, that I've ever made and I don't think there are enough words to say how grateful I am to @westminsterstrength for their top-notch coaching and programming! So even though it took 7 going on 8 years, I'm so grateful to feel happy and capable, because that feels better to me than any weight loss or jean size ever could! http://ift.tt/2mHstPZ ... See more LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 5 days ago @kcud123 hitting 315x5 with a hook. She has had problems in the past with the bar swinging forward off the floor. It would appear she corrected the problem. If the start position is correct and the weight swings forward when it leaves the floor it's usually because the lifter is pushing with the ball of the foot off the floor. #startingstrengthcoach #startingstrength #startingstrengthgym #deadlift #girlswhopowerlift ... See more LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 5 days ago The effectiveness of exercise interventions to prevent sports injuries: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials We see this time and time again with our team sports athletes. The people who spend time in the weight room during the off-season get injured at a much lower rate. Whether you are a young football player or a recreational runner who signs up for a yearly 5k or half marathon, you put yourself in a much better position to handle the rigors or training if you take the time to get strong first. P.S. stretching won’t help you here. “Despite a few outlying studies, consistently favourable estimates were obtained for all injury prevention measures except for stretching. Strength training reduced sports injuries to less than 1/3 and overuse injuries could be almost halved.” http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/48/11/871.short ... See more Background Physical activity is important in both prevention and treatment of many common diseases, but sports injuries can pose serious problems. Objective To determine whether physical activity exercises can reduce sports injuries and perform stratified analyses of strength training, stretching, p... ... See more LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook 1 week ago Sam hits 330x5x3. He’s a couple months out from a meniscus repair and building back up. This summer as a freshman he hit a single at 450 before going away for the football season. This offseason his goal is to squat 500 before he gets his driver’s license. #squat #powerathlete #welookdown #startingstrength #strengthandconditioning #highschoolfootball ... See more LIKE LOVE HAHA WOW SAD ANGRY View on facebook « ‹ 1 of 47 › » Load More Something is wrong. Response takes too long or there is JS error. Press Ctrl+Shift+J or Cmd+Shift+J on a Mac.