The Intelligent & Relentless Pursuit of Muscle™
Author: John Romaniello

The 6-Week Sprinting Solution
by John Romaniello | Tue, Feb 07, 2012

A 6-week program that will get you beach-ready in record time. Oh yeah, it'll also increase your endurance and power and make you fitter than you've ever been, if that matters.

How to Look Freakin Awesome
by John Romaniello | Mon, Nov 28, 2011

Using simple formulas, Romaniello has come up with the clearest definition of "looking awesome" yet. You have to check this out to see where you stand!

In Defense of Cheat Days
by John Romaniello | Wed, Jun 08, 2011

Are planned cheat meals like giving a heroin addict an occasional fix? What have you been smoking?

Lose Fat, Stay Strong
by John Romaniello | Mon, Mar 07, 2011

Lose the love handles without becoming a weakling!

The Five Principles of Radical Fat Loss
by John Romaniello | Tue, Jan 19, 2010

Romaniello doesn't have time for namby-pamby, half-assed fat loss efforts. Neither should you.

6-Week Back Specialization Program
by John Romaniello | Mon, Dec 28, 2009

Give John 6 weeks and you'll have to strip naked and coat yourself with lard just to pass from room to room.

Complexes 2.0 - Optimize Your Fat-Loss Workouts
by John Romaniello | Mon, Dec 07, 2009

Still using light weights for your fat-loss complex? Boy, it's time to wise up and start planning your complexes for maximum effectiveness.

Specialized Training - One Bodypart at a Time
by John Romaniello | Mon, Nov 16, 2009

Is it better to increase the size of a single muscle group or spread muscle equally over the entire body?

Movie Stars, Blockbuster Berries, and You
by Joel Marion and John Romaniello | Thu, Sep 24, 2009

Who'd have thought you could combine anti-oxidant supplementation with celebrity gossip mags?

Ab Training From the Inside Out
by John Romaniello | Fri, Jun 20, 2003

Breathing isn't one of those things we normally think about. Being the morons that we are — according to the general public, at least — bodybuilders generally prefer to devote our limited brain power towards things which seem more pertinent, such as calculating food intake or figuring out which tank top will make our guns look the biggest (okay, maybe that one's just me).

Change It Up
by John Romaniello | Fri, May 16, 2003

How many gurus have uttered those words? How many times have you heard them? Or repeated them? I bet that next to "pass the ketchup," they're the most repeated words in the English language. Well, maybe not, but close .

Diamonds in the Rough
by John Romaniello | Fri, Apr 18, 2003

It's a very common problem; almost an epidemic, you could say. This may not be comforting, and it may be something you've heard before, but, "it happens to a lot of guys."

Booty Call
by John Romaniello | Fri, Dec 20, 2002

What do T-mag assistant editor Chris Shugart and Jean Claude Van Damme have in common? Aside from wacky accents and constantly having to save their families from drug dealers and terrorists, both of them have, at one time or another, claimed to be able to crack walnuts with their respective butts.