Thinking Beyond the Physical with Elliott Hulse

I got a little lost with this interview.

The interview was with Elliott Hulse.

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Thinking Beyond the Physical

  • He talks about how he went from strength training and into strong man competitions
  • Different techniques he has combined into his training
  • How his biceps injury expanded this thinking when it comes to training and lift
  • Elliott give a little background on who he is
  • Talks about how he tore his biceps
  • What it looked like when he tore his biceps
  • What not to do if you tear your biceps
  • How an injury forces you to slow down and look back at your life
  • The overlooked yin and yang of an injury
  • How the autonomic nervous system affects ones injury recovery
  • The yin (parasympathetic nervous system) and yang (sympathetic nervous system) when it comes to training and rehab
  • We focus to much in the yang so how can we stimulate the yin
  • Exercises and movements that stimulate the yin/parasympathetic nervous system in the body
  • He focused on more than just the physical side of his biceps injury
  • How his injury has changed how he organized his new gym
  • Some references on where to get information on these exercises and movements
  • One quick test to see which part of the autonomic nervous systems is being stimulated in yourself

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Elliott Hulse is a strength coach and personal trainer in Florida that does a lot of unique things when it relates to helping people get stronger.

Here is a photo of Elliott and I at a conference in California last year.

Rick Kaselj, MS

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