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Greatist Podcast: Why You're Not Getting Stronger

In this week's Greatist podcast, we sit down with renowned strength coach Tony Gentilcore to discuss some common mistakes people make in the gym and what you can do to keep making progress with your routine.
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Ever wondered why you aren't getting better results in the gym? In this episode of the Greatist.com Podcast, certified personal trainer and Greatist Contributor Tony Gentilcore shows you how to smash through your fitness plateaus with the right exercises and workouts.

Click below to listen to Greatist’s first podcast, right here on our site:

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What You'll Learn from This Episode

Tony Gentilcore

00:00 – The dark side of caffeine [1].

3:23 – How Tony got interested in fitness and health.

4:47 – The top five reasons most people aren’t getting stronger in the gym.

9:07 – The top three most important strength exercises.

11:07 – The definition of circuit training and how to use it for maximum results.

12:47 – Why you may want to use a “rep window” in your training.

16:23 – Where to start if you’re new to weight training.

18:23 – The one choice Tony made in the last week to become healthier.

Show Notes

TonyGentilcore.com
CresseyPerformance.com

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People On the Show

Armi Legge
David Tao
Tony Gentilcore

 

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Works Cited +

  1. Energy drinks and the neurophysiological impact of caffeine. Persad, L. Department of Physiology, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa. Frontiers in Neuropharmocology, 2011, Oct;5:11

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