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Your Training Sessions Are Depressing

Published by Alan Thrall

There is a guy who comes into Untamed Strength a few times per week. I do not work directly with this young man but I talk with him often and I get to see some of his training sessions. This guy works extremely hard and he is truly passionate about lifting weights. While watching him […]

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Stop Complaining

Published by Alan Thrall

It’s Summertime and here in Sacramento, CA it’s hot hot hot! We’ve already had several days over 100 degrees and it’s only the beginning of July! As most of you have seen from my YouTube videos Untamed Strength is a warehouse gym. We do not have many of the luxuries that a commercial “Globo” Gym […]

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My First Day At SuperTraining

Published by Alan Thrall

Growing up I loved Skateboarding. I spent everyday skateboarding whenever I got the chance. I wore skateboarding clothes, I pinned up pages from Thrasher magazines onto my bedroom wall, I watched skateboarding VHS highlight videos, and you could always find my friends and I talking about our skateboarding idols. I remember always trying to push […]

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Clear Your Mind

Published by Alan Thrall

Sometimes the most difficult part of training is not lifting weights, getting out of your comfort zone, or straining for those last few reps…It’s quieting the chatter in your head that can be the hardest part. You’ve heard it before; “The Mind is a very powerful thing.” It can work for you or against you. […]

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Sign Up Now For Iron Gauntlet 2016

Published by Alan Thrall

Sign up now for Alan Thrall’s newest strongman competition – The Iron Gauntlet 2016. Saturday June 4th, 2016 at  Ironborn Strength Gym in Yuba City, CA

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How To Lift An Atlas Stone

Published by Alan Thrall

How To Lift An Atlas Stone Approach the Stone and line up the joint of your big toe with the diameter of the stone. Keep your feet close enough to allow your hands to fit between them and the stone. Keeping your feet close will allow you to set the stone on your thighs once […]

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