The Program


Many people do partial Squats. I see it too often, putting on too much weight and trying to squat too heavy or avoiding depth to get more reps. They only squat a quarter or half the way down. This makes the weight easier to squat because it moves over less distance. You can squat more weight or do more reps. But partial squats only work your quadriceps. They don’t strengthen your hamstrings and glutes, which are important for knee...

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written by: “The Colonel” Brian Sulc   I have been getting some questions from the troops about diet and energy which boils down to a question on blood sugar (glucose). Your body stores about an active day’s worth of glucose in your blood stream. In the average male this is about 1,500 calories and about 1,000 in a woman. You burn this first when you burn calories. And you refill this first when you eat. And if you...

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