Upcoming Twitterchats

I absolutely love talking about training, and the twitterchats have proven to be a great way to share ideas. New exercise combinations, DIY equipment, injury prevention and much, much more. Love it.

We've got some great discussions coming up, and if you'd like to be a guest for one, the details are below. First though, a brief description of a twitterchat :

The twitterchats are weekly discussions (held on Twitter, hence the name) on a range of strength-training topics. Quite apart from being fascinating conversations in their own right, they're a lot of fun.

To join in, simply add #sbgym to each of the messages you send. If you set up a search column for 'sbgym' (here's how), you'll be able to see what everyone else is saying.

That's it. Swing on by - we'd love to hear your thoughts.

Upcoming Twitterchats

Over the past couple of years we've covered a range of subjects relating to strength-training & nutrition. Old-time strongman skills, hormones & diet, biphasic sleeping, setting up a gym and so on. Anything and everything that'll help us break PRs and smash our goals.

Over the next month or two, here are just a few of the topics we'll be discussing :

Full details of these discussions will be in the Strength & Fitness Newsletter, as well as in the Straight to the Bar Forums. Really looking forward to them.

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NB : For a complete list of everything we use and recommend, swing by the reviews area. And of course the Straight to the Bar Store. It's all in there.

To learn how to put it to work, swing by the Guides area.

How to Be a Guest on a Future Twitterchat

As you can see, we look at the world of strength from a number of angles. If you'd like to nominate yourself as a guest for a future twitterchat, or suggest a subject for discussion, here's how to get in contact with us :


And thank-you. I genuinely appreciate all the feedback on these discussions. Love them.

Scott Andrew Bird

Scott Andrew Bird is a writer, photographer and a guy who just loves this stuff. He's been at home in front of a computer for more years than he cares to remember (OK, 34) and is now making amends for years of many mistakes noted in the De-constructing Computer Guy articles (part 2) on T-Nation.

Find out what he's up to via Twitter, Google+, Facebook; and of course his online home. Enjoy.

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Of course, if you enjoyed these, I'd highly recommend grabbing the Strength & Fitness Newsletter. Delivered weekly, and absolutely free.

(there's also a Daily Update, if you're looking for an even larger dose of training-related goodness.)

NB : If you'd like to write a guest post for Straight to the Bar - I love hearing how other people are training - get in touch. If you've got a fitness competition or seminar coming up, add it to the calendar.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Over to you. Leave a comment below, or send us a tweet :

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