About Strength Militia

Strength Militia is a group of fitness enthusiasts whose primary purpose is to help you hone your skills in the gym, no matter what your goals are. Individually, each of us have our strengths and weaknesses; combined, we are a strength militia, an impenetrable force. We are NOT CREATED EQUAL.

“A  well regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, trained in arms, is  the best most natural defense of a free country.”
James  Madison

WHO WE ARE:

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Eric Martin : Strength Disciple (SD)

Eric is a dedicated strength coach, fitness blogger, gym owner and manager. Eric has spent the last 16 years developing and evolving his fitness expertise and started this blog a few years back to help share his passion with the online community. He is a foremost expert in strength and conditioning for general athletes as well as extreme sports athletes.

  • B.S Kinesiology
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association – CSCS

Specialties:

  • Strength and Conditioning: Athletes (Football, Baseball, Soccer, Wrestling, Basketball, etc.)
  • Strength and Conditioning: Extreme Sports (Skateboarding, Snowboarding, Surfing, Moto, BMX)
  • Strength Programs (Phenom:3 Project)

For questions or comments please send me an email:

thestrengthdisciple@gmail.com

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Brad Meyer:

Brad grew up playing baseball, racing bmx, and later skateboarding, snowboarding and surfing.  He found CrossFit three years ago which opened his eyes to all things fitness as a lifestyle.  He strives to be a well rounded athlete in all areas – conditioning, gymnastics, weightlifting, powerlifting, diet, recovery…etc. Brad coaches both athletes and competitors at Crossfit Deviate in Troy, MI.

Age: 33
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 185
Location: Royal Oak, MI
Trains At: Crossfit Deviate, Troy, MI
Back Squat: 370
Front Squat: 315
Overhead Squat: 265
Deadlift: 465
Strict Press: 165
Bench Press: 290
Snatch: 225
Clean & Jerk: 275
Fran: 2:33
Grace: 2:24
Certifications: Crossfit Level 1
Specialties: CrossFit, Weightlifting, Olympic Lifting
Favorite lifting music: Anything hard and loud!
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