I currently offer 14 different products and services. I’ll explain each of them in the chronological order in which they were released. Click on the link if you’re interested in purchasing/subscribing or learning more:
I wrote this eBook in 2009. Though I’m much more knowledgeable now and a much greater scientist, I’m still very proud of this eBook. The terminology and concepts I coined, including load vector training, as well as the glute exercise categorization system is top notch information. Furthermore, the EMG experiments contained within are very comprehensive and insightful. Last, you’ll never run out of exercise ideas as the book includes hundreds of pictures of glute exercise variations. Cost is $29.95.
In 2012, my colleague Chris Beardsley and I started up a research review service. We scour through around 100 journals each month and pick out what we feel are the most relevant 50 articles in the fields of S&C, Biomechanics, Physiology, and Physical Therapy. Our fans really love this service as it keeps them up to date with the literature and current body of knowledge. Cost is $10 per month.
As mentioned previously, Chris and I started the research review service in early 2012. We’ve accumulated many back issues since that time, and each of these are available for purchase. Click on the individual month to see what topics are covered. Cost is $10 per issue.
Some of the initial research-review subscribers requested a manual that would help catch them up to speed and lay down the foundation of knowledge in the various subfields of sports science to enable them to better understand the monthly reviews. Chris and I responded by creating this product. Cost is $19.
Hip Extension Torque is without a doubt the coolest product available. In fact, I think it’s the most unique product in all of Sports Science. It offers a ton of scientific explanation, charts, and graphs pertaining to biomechanics, glutes, hamstrings, strength, hypertrophy, and power. Chris and I are so proud of this product, and the feedback we’ve received about it is phenomenal. Cost is $49.
Many of my fans are interested primarily in programming, not scientific knowledge. I’ve received numerous requests for monthly training programs, so I asked my colleagues Kellie Davis and Marianne Kane to join me in creating monthly strength training and conditioning workout videos along with comprehensive instruction and tutorials. We also film an Ask the Expert video every couple of weeks and provide educational material on various topics. The feedback so far is outstanding. If possessing great glutes is your goal, then look no further. Cost is $19.95 per month.
Chris and I put together a short manual reviewing all of the literature pertaining to kettlebell training and listed what exciting future research should take place so that we have a better idea as to what kettlebell training does and does not do. Cost is $6.95.
Speed is king in sports. Chris and I reviewed over 100 of the most important journal articles pertaining to sprint running, enabling coaches and athletes to make better decisions in their training programs in order to reach new levels of development. Cost is $29.95.
Strong Curves is my Magnum Opus that contains all of my secrets, wisdom, methods, rationale, and programming pertaining to glute development. In mid 2011 I asked my colleague Kellie Davis to collaborate with me on a project. What started out as a simple eBook transformed into a 300-page published masterpiece. Cost is $19.85.
Hip Extensor Training is the companion product to Hip Extension Torque and contains the latest and greatest scientific information pertaining to gluteal and hamstring EMG activity. Chris and I reviewed all of the relevant literature pertaining to the glutes and hammies and included cutting edge EMG experiments of our own. I’m extremely proud of this product. Cost is $49.
Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy is an illustrated book with over 150 exercise descriptions (and pictures) and a chapter that teaches you how to write your own bodyweight strength training programs. I was sure to include all the basic movements along with unique and advanced movements to keep you challenged. Cost is $16.23.
The vertical jump is sacred in sports. Chris and I reviewed over 100 of the most important journal articles pertaining to jumping, enabling coaches and athletes to make better decisions in their training programs in order to reach new levels of development. Cost is $29.95.
It’s taken me a long time to develop The Hip Thruster, and I’m finally confident that I’ve created the perfect model. The Hip Thruster allows you to perform barbell hip thrusts, band hip thrusts, and barbell plus band hip thrusts so you can maximize your glute-shaping success. Cost is $599 which includes free shipping in the U.S.
If you’re looking for a solid maximum strength training resource that contains a 14-week training guide, a nutritional guide, a video library, and a bunch of cool bonus products, then look no further. 2 x 4 helped me finally deadlift 600 lbs and reach the 300/400/600 bench/squat/deadlift club, and it helped several of my colleagues reach new levels of strength development as well. Cost is $97 or $67 depending on whether you purchase the gold or silver package.