300 LB Bench

Phung finally hit a 300 LB bench press. What can I say except, “well done”!! It has been almost 2 years since Phung started his training to bench press 300 lbs. Sure there are plenty of people who bench press 300 lbs. Many people can incline press 300lbs, behind the neck press 300 lbs, snatch 300 …

This is what happens when you don’t know what your doing!

So you think you can coach? You find a building, you purchase the equipment and get your degree from ” The University of Youtube” buy watching videos of crossfit workouts. You may even get “Crossfit certified”. Now you’re definitely ready to coach. You are now ready to analyze your clients’ needs, skill level and fitness …

Daddy Date Night

I heard the coolest thing the other day. It isn’t about exercise or sports performance, it is about something much more important. It’s about how to make the greatest impact with your life with what little time you have on earth. How do you do that? What’s the best way? Here is the answer. DADDY …

Terry G 190 KG FS, Decline Sit Ups & “Rigerts’ “

I had a PR FS recently. I have learned much from incorporating singles into my training. First, the core stability that is required to hit a single is much different than what is required when performing doubles and triples. Second, there is great benefit to training the abs with heavy weight and low reps. I …

Being “A” Symmetrical isn’t all that bad.

How many times have you been told that being “A” symmetrical was bad. That we must correct imbalances to perform optimally. First you must understand how the imbalance pertains to function. There is a difference between imbalances in anatomy and imbalances in strength and mobility. Take cycling or speed skating for example. It would be …

Steve Miller Senior International Level Coach USAW

Steve Miller is a Senior International Level Coach with the United States Weightlifting Association.  He was the Head Coach for the 2010 Youth Olympic Games and  2009 U.S. School Age Girls Olympic Weightlifting Team.  He  is a 2004 Barnholth Award recipient.   Steve Miller Olympic Lifting Seminar from Ed Nguyen on Vimeo.