Nagging Elbow Tendinitis.

Chocki

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Here's the official/ NSCA Summer 2020 publication.


How many ads and magic beans can you count?:roflmao:
You’re dumber than I thought. I really gave Dr. J a chance and the more I looked into him and “Barbell Medicine” than worse it got. And I get the feeling those “stupid human tricks” really bum you out b/c you can’t do any of them.

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“You should buy this proprietary, bloated, piece of sh!t Mass GainzZzer 3000™ supplement system that involves you drinking radioactive colored excrement out of a comically large bottle and taking 20-30 pills pre and post workout for the low, low cost of 299.99 with monthly billing!“
Dr. Jordan F

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“Hardcore powerlifters have the agility of a Semi-truck.

Semi-trucks dominate in a low and slow gear but it takes too much time, energy, and fuel to get moving.

Which makes it difficult change direction with any sense or urgency. This happens because powerlifters get so strong but fail to build an equal amount of balance, coordination, and range of motion.

If all you want to do is complete in powerlifting, you’re going to trade your health, movement, and quality of life for serious joint pain.”

Max Shank

 

Chocki

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so mac skank is one of these kettle bell du’s i was warned about lol
Yes and No.


“I knew that I needed to make a change, so I tried everything. Over the last 10 years I’ve tried tons of different training methodologies including, but not limited to, Crossfit, Kettlebells, Bodybuilding, and Powerlifting – without a single method getting me the results I truly wanted.”
Max

VMs Dr. J by has own admission has spent the past 9 years lifting barbells which in a way made me sad for him but not really b/c the more I think about it the more I think he’s a grifter.
 
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Yes and No.


“I knew that I needed to make a change, so I tried everything. Over the last 10 years I’ve tried tons of different training methodologies including, but not limited to, Crossfit, Kettlebells, Bodybuilding, and Powerlifting – without a single method getting me the results I truly wanted.”
Max

VMs Dr. J by has own admission has spent the past 9 years lifting barbells which in a way made me sad for him but not really b/c the more I think about it the more I think he’s a grifter.
So it's male on male pole dancing that revs your engine. :roflmao:
 

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I don't know who Max is but stupid human tricks aren't my thing. What is he doing that is so important? Youtubing?:roflmao:

Barbell Medicine offers programming and coaching services for competitive powerlifting and CrossFit athletes as well as some athletes in other sports. They offer coaching and nutrition services to anyone who wants to become stronger/healthier and also offer downloadable excel sheet based training templates for anyone who wants to use one. Theres a free message board for anyone to use which is actively used daily by Dr Feigenbaum and Dr Baraki for training advice, questions, etc. You can ask questions, challenge their methods, question their theories etc and they will engage with you for as long as you like. They also sell competitively priced Whey and vegan Protein made in a certified lab, which isn't that easy to find nowadays. They also tell you to go to Costco if there is one nearby and get it there first because it's cheaper. Thats what I do. Are these magic beans? On top of that they have both published peer reviewed papers and studies that are used and cited on "up to date" among other medical journals and research tools. They also work with the US Military on pain management and task specific training in order to get soldiers trained and if injured, back to work safely and quickly.

Does you NSCA CSCS certification help you get blown by dudes in the mens room at the local globogym? Because it's otherwise worthless as shown by every post you've made on this board. Non regulated fee based certifications are the biggest "magic beans" in sports and training....but at least you get a col t-shirt when you're done.
You’re full of sh!t about the CSCS and you know it. I gather you don’t have one? Dr J does (at least) and so does every other person doing S&C with the NFL, NBA, MLB, etc.
Are you worried that you won’t be able to pass? I did. First time. Was in the last crop of people to be able to use a non related field bachelors degree to satisfy that requirement. I was an English Major lol.

“The NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification is the gold standard in the strength and conditioning field.

Personal trainers, strength coaches, sports physical therapists, athletic trainers, and others try to tackle this exam to demonstrate advanced knowledge regarding training and science pertaining to athletes.

The CSCS exam is notoriously difficult with a pass rate of around 56%”

 
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56% pass rate is really high. flip a coin u’ll prly pass lolz
The Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification is considered by myself and many others to be one of the highest strength certs someone can receive. This certification is administered through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

Many colleges and professional organizations require this certification before working with athletes. Also, while it’s not often required, having a degree in an exercise related field can enhance job prospects.

An issue I often see with friends, colleagues, and professionals interested in taking the CSCS is failure to prep properly. To help you out I wanted to provide direction in what to expect when taking the CSCS and how to prep for it.

Why’s the CSCS Important?
The NSCA is known for their certifications that are based on their scientific recommendations and expertise. In the world of academia they’re known for their publications: Journal of Strength and Conditioning & Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.

To gain a little insight into why the CSCS is so important for college and professional level coaches, I reached out to LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds strength coach, John Larson.

“The material that encompasses the CSCS exam separates the well-informed from the typical fitness guru. A few subjects the exam covers are: energy systems, nutrition, periodization, biomechanics, understanding running/walking gait, methods of coaching movements, and many more. The content within each category is backed by the most up-to-date science/recommendations, which sets the CSCS’s information apart from similar tests,” says John Larson, CSCS, USAW Performance Coach, current strength coach with the LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds.

College and professional level strength organizations often require applicants to have their CSCS. In my personal experience, I haven’t seen any well-known colleges or pro teams not requiring the cert.

“Jobs that typically require the CSCS are usually college and professional athletic strength coaching roles. A few settings and jobs that immediately come to mind are designated Strength and Conditioning Coaches for a collegiate/pro team, assistant coaches for professional sports organizations, or anyone who chooses to work directly with NCAA athletes in the collegiate setting,”

 
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Chocki

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ok i see it now. large overdeveloped deltoids were the giveaway.
Dr J with some juicy looking delts and traps and is that some gynomastia I see starting to develop?
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Dr J looking not so juicy :(

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Here's the official/ NSCA Summer 2020 publication.


How many ads and magic beans can you count?:roflmao:

The NCSA was 100% designed to come up with some type of standard to allow trainers to get insurance. That's it.
The girls in that magazine are better looking than the girls I see in the Starting Strength videos, so there's that.:dancing:
 
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I had a broken down old stunt man cure my tendonitis. Outside of the elbow. Same tendon that connects to the index finger. I've been told it's "dangerous." But I'd had multiple cortisone shots and the 'Doc was talking surgery. I figured I wasn't risking much. The pain was with me for years. Now it's been gone for years. And I don't baby it. More like I abuse it. PM me and when I get back from the beach I'll give you his cure. YMMV.