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Stan “Rhino” Efferding is the world’s strongest bodybuilder, with a 2300lb RAW total in the 275lb weight class. In his wildly popular “Rhino Rhants” series, Stan goes over some thoughts and experiences that he has had and shares them with his large follower base in a very clear, concise, and logical way. 

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Video Outline:

0:00 – The Kooler! 

1:42 – The Steel Curtain

2:40 – Free Weights vs. Machines

3:45 – Recovery: The harder shit is far more effective than the easier shit

6:09 – Chris Duffin and Kelly Starrett  “These methods by Dr. Jones, Kelly Starrett, and Chris Duffin are intended to allow your joints to move unimpinged through their full range of motion.”

7:10 – Active Recovery – the best method to recover from hard training

7:40 – “Chris Duffin’s Shoulderok is a great example of an active recovery method, and joint strengthening method. It stimulates the muscles through their entire range of motion – flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, and circumduction.

8:45 – Mark Philippi helps Stan work through his issues

10:11 – “I always do more outside the gym than inside the gym”

10:35 – “Movement is Key”

11:47 – Unlike the heart, the lymphatic system does not have a pump. It relies on muscular contraction and movement to rid the body of toxins and waste materials”