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The Big Dawgs Are Back

OPEX Fitness is excited to announce the launch of Big Dawgs, an evolution of our remote coaching services. The Big Dawgs mission is to...

by Stephen Sizer

There Is No Correct Way To Move

Movement is something integral to human existence as well as physical performance and health. Health experts continue to remind us that...

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OPEX Fitness and Brand X to Partner

What's Happening Around The OPEX Community

OPEX Fitness and Brand X to Partner

OPEX Fitness and The Brand X Method recently inked a broad partnership to improve their respective coaching education programs and fitness...

by Stephen Sizer

The Difference Between Relative Strength Vs. Absolute Strength

Programming Strength Training

The Difference Between Relative Strength Vs. Absolute Strength

Developing better strength is often a recurring goal of fitness clients. The domain of what encompasses strength training is quite broad....

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Why Absolute Strength Training is Critical For Your Clients

Programming Strength Training

Why Absolute Strength Training is Critical For Your Clients

Inside the strength continuum, absolute strength training forms the foundation by which the other aspects of the strength continuum...

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What is Absolute Strength?

Programming Strength Training

What is Absolute Strength?

Developing a client’s absolute strength is critical to their long-term physical development in relation to their overall goals. This is...

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How to Improve Your Clients Olympic Lifting Technique in Program Design

Programming Weightlifting

How to Improve Your Clients Olympic Lifting Technique in Program Design

Due to the complex nature of Olympic lifts, clients need to perform aspects of the movement to help build it from the ground up, or top...

by Stephen Sizer

How to Integrate ‘Touch-And-Go’ Barbell Work into Fitness Program Designs

CrossFit

How to Integrate ‘Touch-And-Go’ Barbell Work into Fitness Program Designs

When we observe mixed modality athletes compete in sports like CrossFit there’s usually a barbell involved with copious amounts of similar...

by Stephen Sizer

How to Identify Absolute Strength Imbalances and How to Fix Them

Assessing Clients

How to Identify Absolute Strength Imbalances and How to Fix Them

Absolute strength imbalances are very common. The degree of which depends on that particular clients training history. These imbalances can...

by Stephen Sizer

What Are Strength Speed Contractions?

Programming Strength Training

What Are Strength Speed Contractions?

In your studies as a professional fitness coach, you’ve likely come across the Strength Continuum. The Strength Continuum provides a...

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The Importance of Honest Messaging

The Truth In Fitness

The Importance of Honest Messaging

In today’s social media revolution, people are constantly bombarded with advertisements and gimmicks relating to health and wellness. It...

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Intermittent Fasting: Its Place in Competitive Fitness

Nutrition and Nourishment

Intermittent Fasting: Its Place in Competitive Fitness

Intermittent fasting may sound like an alternative word to starvation, but it’s actually quite the opposite. Starvation is the involuntary...

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