Building your foundation

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Your training program, and of course your home, should be built on a solid foundation.

Every truly strong person I have ever met has built just that.

So how does a person do that?

Basics, basics, basics, and more basics!

  • squats
  • deadlifts
  • presses
  • rows
  • pull overs
  • cleans
  • snatches
  • carries
  • sleds
  • bodyweight

Does that mean a person should never do other types of training?

No, go for it after you have built your foundation.

However, one word of caution, don’t change too often or for too long.

Avoid frivolous nonsense and fads like the plague!

Always make sure you check your foundation for cracks periodically.

 

Published by ironcave1

I am the owner of the Cave, a strength-based, veteran-owned, unconventional coaching facility. Our training is old school style, and it gets results!

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