Hypertrophy plateaus and lagging body parts are primarily due to misperformed exercises.


And we want to solve that problem for you.


Performing lifts incorrectly can often be the root cause of frustration for many athletes who are not as big or strong as they’d hope to be.  And more importantly, bad form can lead to wasted volume, injuries, and long-term burnout. 


You might be surprised just how far a lifter can get with bad form, as we at 3DMJ have seen improper movement patterns at all levels of athlete. 


But eventually, these experienced trainees come to us because they have hit a wall in progress. And when this happens, the first thing we ask for is a collection of lifting videos to look for any holes in their exercise execution. 


Why? 


Because this is not a “beginner’s problem”. 


This is an area of concern for all athletes and coaches who care about their bodies and results.

HERE’S A BACK SQUAT TUTORIAL FROM THE LIFTING LIBRARY


“The Lifting Library” is one of 14 courses included in our all access Vault VIP Membership

WHAT DO YOU GET?

  • 33 full-length video tutorials performed and narrated by 3DMJ Coaches. (More videos added every year!)

  • Instruction on set-up, performance, grip, stance, verbal cues, equipment, bracing, and any other overall execution guidance you may need in a text-based format

  • Programming considerations for every exercise so you know how it fits into your overall training plan

  • Possible alternative movements or modified versions of key exercises

  • Linked citations and visual aids where appropriate to enhance learning

  • Links and details to our most recommended programs and educational courses for athletes and trainers

  • Free videos and chapters of the Muscle and Strength Training Pyramid

  • Over 40 additional articles and podcast episodes directly related to training specifics and programming so you can continue to customize and enhance your performance efforts over time

HERE’S A CABLE CROSSOVER / DUMBBELL FLY TUTORIAL FROM THE LIFTING LIBRARY


WHO IS THIS FOR?

  • Any athlete of any skill level who wants to ensure proper technique for themselves

  • Any athlete who wants to learn how to program certain movements for increased efficiency and effectiveness

  • Any coach who wants to ensure proper technique for themselves and their athletes

  • Any coach who wants to improve how they communicate proper technique to their clients

  • Any lifting enthusiast that needs to learn the lifts, improve their technique, or fine-tune their performance to ensure that their movements are safe, useful, and effective

HERE’S A GOOD MORNING TUTORIAL FROM THE LIFTING LIBRARY


COURSE CURRICULUM

    1. INTRO w/ Eric Helms

    1. VIDEO TUTORIAL

    2. KEY POINTS

    3. PROGRAMMING CONSIDERATIONS

    4. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

    1. VIDEO TUTORIAL

    2. KEY POINTS

    3. PROGRAMMING CONSIDERATIONS

    1. VIDEO TUTORIAL

    2. KEY POINTS

    3. PROGRAMMING CONSIDERATIONS

    1. VIDEO TUTORIAL

    2. KEY POINTS

    3. PROGRAMMING CONSIDERATIONS

    1. VIDEO TUTORIAL

    2. KEY POINTS

    3. PROGRAMMING CONSIDERATIONS

About this course

  • 110 lessons
  • 2 hours of video content

HERE’S A BACK EXTENSION TUTORIAL FROM THE LIFTING LIBRARY


EACH CHAPTER INCLUDES:

  • EXERCISE TUTORIAL VIDEO

    With movement demos performed by 3DMJ Coaches and detailed voice-overs by Eric Helms, you will know exactly how AND why to perform each exercise in the prescribed manner. Visual aids and pop-up graphics will assist your learning.

  • KEY POINTS

    As a supplement to the exercise tutorial videos, here you can find the text version of what matters within each movement. Divided by subtitles and topics, you can quickly find what your looking for with clear instructions.

  • PROGRAMMING CONSIDERATIONS

    This is where you learn how to insert each exercise into a full training program. What’s an appropriate rep range? When should you perform this lift during a workout? How does it fit with other exercises for this body part and overlap with other exercises?