BFS Book of Techniques

Under Construction:

I am currently rewriting the BFS techniques - we are always learning and growing and I want to align my techniques instructions with knowledge gained over the past few years through training and hard knocks. You'll be able to find the techniques here as I get them updated and reposted.

Thank you for your patience.

Brute Force Strength Rule #1: Perfect your technique on every lift. Emphasis on technique will not only enable you to lift more weight, it will reduce your risk of injury as well. Lifting and training techniques here focus primarily on increasing your strength and power.

Lower Body Push Training

Techniques related to lower body pushing movements - including squats and movements to supplement the squat

Lower Body Pull Training

Techniques related to lower body pulling movements, such as deadlifts affecting the entire posterior chain. Supplemental movements assisting these lifts are also included.

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Upper Body Push Training

Techniques related to upper body pushing movements, such as the bench press and movements to supplement the bench press

Upper Body Pull Training

Techniques related to upper body pulling movements, including both rows (horizontal pulling movements) and pull-ups (ertical pulling movements) affecting the upper back and biceps. Supplemental movements assisting these lifts are also included.


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