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Words of Wisdom from the Master

StrongMedicineMarty Gallagher is living legend in the Powerlifting community. He is not only a World Record holder (multiple) but he has coached others to the same lofty heights. Marty also wrote for the Washington Post and Muscle & Fitness and has well over one thousand articles published on strength training. In addition, he has written several books on the subject of weight training, including "The Purposeful Primitive" and co-author of "Strong Medicine".  He is also a SME (Subject Matter Expert) for the U.S. Navy, U.S. Secret Service, and the British SAS and SBS. 

If you want to run faster you go to a sprinting coach.  If you want to get more flexible you go to a mobility coach.  But if you want to get really strong there is only one person you can (or should) turn to: Marty Gallagher.  He has, and still does, train some of the strongest men and women in the world.  He works with some of the toughest athletes in the world, our Spec Op warriors, and they bring him back time and time again.  Why?  Because what he teaches them works...

For more about Marty Gallagher and his training methods check out this excellent article by Nick Collias on the website entitled "How to Instantly Unlock Perfect Pressing Form".


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