56. Stay Strong

More muscle and sinew means more capacity to do anything. Don’t let age, aches and pains, or lack of time be your excuses for abandoning your strength.


Shaun T.

Shaun T makes some of the highest energy fitness routines around including his home workout DVDs, Hip Hop Abs, Asylum and Insanity.




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Shaun T.

Shaun Thompson — better known as Shaun T. — is a staple on late-night television, spiking viewers’ heart rates long after bedtime with his infomercials for workout DVDs like Hip Hop Abs, Rockin’ Body, Insanity and Asylum.




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A Manifesto for Thriving in a Mixed-Up World

We’re living in a society that is wired up to make us sick, overweight, depressed and stressed out.We can change this mixed-up reality.We can reclaim our well-being and create a better, more blissful world.




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Scott Sonnon

Scott Sonnon overcame childhood physical and learning disabilities to become an International Martial Arts champion (in Sambo, Sanshou, Submission Grappling, Sport Jiujitsu, and amateur Mixed Martial Arts) and coach of the USA National Team.




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Pavel Tsatsouline

Pavel Tsatsouline is a former Soviet Special Forces physical training instructor and consultant for the US Marine Corps, US Secret Service and US Navy SEALs.




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Dane Miller

Dane Miller is the owner of the first “strength farm.”




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Live Strong

Live Strong believes everyone has the power to make their life better.




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John Berardi

Precision Nutrition started with the simple premise of finding out what people should eat to look fit, be healthy and perform at their highest level.




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Pamela MacElree

This powerhouse helps women embrace strength training as an essential part of their health and fitness.





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Tony Gentilcore

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with a no-nonsense approach to training and corrective exercise experience.




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“Phys Ed: The Benefits of Weight Training for Children”

Report on new research that suggests weight training can be safe and beneficial for youngsters.




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The Cyclist’s Training Bible

Essential reading for training and recovery approaches.




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Thrive Fitness

A vegan-based training program that provides maximum strength, health and fitness.




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“Strong is Sexy”

Myth busting article on weightlifting and women.




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“The Best Exercises You Will Ever Do: Spinal Stability Series”

A composite of six different exercises rolled into one circuit that tries to create better lumbar stability while increasing the amount of pelvic and thoracic muscle integration.




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More of this 101 Way at our sister site Experience Life:

Stretching

Stretch Yourself Strong

Tired of the same old stretching routine? Functional Range Conditioning can help you build flexibility, athleticism, and real-world strength in a whole new way.




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Trail-Workout

The Workout: Train for the Trail

Power up your legs, core, and back before heading out on your next hike.




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Forever Fit

Getting older doesn’t have to mean retiring from your favorite activities and sports.
Here’s your guide for staying fit for life.




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The-Forever-Athlete

The Forever Athlete

What 95-year-old track star Olga Kotelko can teach us about living and aging well.




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Be-Strong

Be Strong

Strength training isn’t just for building muscle anymore: It’s an all-in-one functional-fitness strategy.




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