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Friday, July 17, 2009
  • The Log Bar Training Guide is Now Available

    Just like it says, the brand NEW Log Bar Guide is now available. The Guide includes training material by Dr. Ken, Brooks Kubik, Pat Povilaitis and John Wood. Click below for more information or to order your own copy:

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    Tuesday, November 11, 2008
  • Site Updates



    New picture on the About Us page.

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    Friday, October 31, 2008
  • New Log Bar

    Being that it's Halloween and all, it's a perfect time to unleash THIS:

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    Thursday, October 9, 2008
  • Log Bar Resource Page

    Just put up a new page about the Log Bar.

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    Thursday, October 2, 2008
  • Revised Log Bar Page

    We've been going back through the website and taking a look at some products/pages that havent been updated for quite some time.

    With our new digital camera and video game capabilities, there's no excuse for not having more media for you, so be on the lookout for a lot of new pictures and other surprises in the coming weeks.

    One of the pages that needed some work was for Dr. Ken's Log Bar which has been one of my favorite pieces of equipment for a long time now. A lot of folks find that they can do certain exercises much more comfortably with parallel handles as opposed to a straight bar.

    The parallel handles seem to lend themselves particular well to many kinds of pressing -- it's easier on the shoulders I have been told.

    I have found that there are few better tricep builders than an overhead press with the Log Bar although I would have to say my absolute favorite movement with it is the hammer curl.

    The hammer curl is great for building the brachioradialis, that notty muscle just above the elbow. Yes, theres many other exercises you can do with a Log Bar, its actually quite a versitile piece of equipment.


    Look for some video footage on the log bar coming up shortly too...

    Train hard,
    John Wood

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