You probably don't need dozens of movements to develop strength and size - you just need the six very best ones. This is all killer, no filler!
We tried these tweaks to our favorite hamstring movements and suddenly, we felt the ouchies come back big-time. Damn you, Robertson! Damn you!
This is important, learn it: The angle of the torso and the angle of the tibias determine if you're doing a quad-dominant exercise or a hip-dominant one.
Great little-discussed deadlift tips like "weld your spine," "ribs down," and "push the knees out."
In a perfect world we'd have unlimited time to train to be awesome. But what happens to that fancy training schedule when you enter the real world?
Mike Robertson wants to remind you to do some of the great stuff you used to, but may have forgotten about.
Everyone has a favorite deadlift - the one they're strongest at. Here's a look at what deadlifting style is the top dog.
Keeping the tibia vertical, increasing hip flexor length, step-ups, and other novel tricks to fix those bum knees.
If you never get injured, then you've never pushed yourself. Here's what to do when your upper body starts giving you grief.
When should you use tempo training and why? Mike Robertson answers these and other questions about this often-neglected component of strength and muscle building.
Stepping onto the platform reveals a heck of a lot more than just how strong you are physically. Here are 7 cool reasons why you should consider entering a powerlifting meet.
Bigger tugs? Nah, not that kind of tug. Coach Mike Robertson is talking about deadlifting, and he's got 5 cool ways to drive up your pull, fast.
Training slumps are frustrating and seemingly inevitable. They also suck harder than a Broadway reprisal of Apocalypse Now starring Regis Philbin and Keanu Reeves. On that sour note, here are four ways to send slumps up the river.
Sick and tired of all this single-leg training stuff? Coach Robertson feels your pain.
Coach Robertson decrees that overhead pressing is not a right but a privilege. Here's how to know if you qualify.
Great, specific tips for the fat and the not-so-fat alike regarding exercise selection, rest-period guidelines, and food logging.
Coach Mike lays out the second phase of his easy-to-follow plan to increase your strength to record levels in a few short months.
Mike Robertson offers an easy-to-follow, completely laid out plan to increase your strength over the period of a few short months.
To build a physique that gets noticed, you first have to determine your ideal training frequency. Here's how.
Some time-honored and battle-tested ideas for packing on the muscle meat, along with some incredibly calorie-dense food and shake recipes.
A chiseled midsection. A strong, functional core. Who says you can't train for both?
Slow down there, Hoss; you can't start pulling heavy weights from the get-go. Let us show you the proper progressions to make your deadlift truly worthwhile.
Listen up, Twiggy. Drop the Bruce Lee comic book you're reading and pull up a chair. You're about to get the skinny on gaining muscle.
Mike Robertson's squatting tips take your squat to the next level. Learn or be crushed.
Some new core movements, along with a few variations on some older core movements, all designed to increase your badassity.