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Nonlinear Periodization for Size and Strength
Nonlinear Periodization for Size and Strength
by Christopher Smith Fri, Mar 30, 2012

An easy-to-grasp program that trains multiple qualities at the same time, putting your gains into overdrive.

Rise of the Cardio Machines
Rise of the Cardio Machines
by Adam Vogel Thu, Mar 29, 2012

Stuck at Planet Fatness? Here are some innovative ways to get a kick-ass conditioning workout at the boring old commercial gym.)

The Simple Diet
The Simple Diet
by Tim Henriques Wed, Mar 28, 2012

Getting lean is simple, just not easy. This little beauty has all you need to know for getting lean and nothing more!

21 Exercises For Injury Free Mass
21 Exercises For Injury Free Mass
by Bret Contreras Tue, Mar 27, 2012

The basic exercises aren't the best if they always hurt you. Switch to these 21 super moves and get all the size and strength - without the injuries!

6 Specialty Bars for Strength and Size
6 Specialty Bars for Strength and Size
by Jim Wendler Mon, Mar 26, 2012

Stuck with a plain old Olympic barbell? Tsk, tsk. There are a plethora of new funky bars to choose from. So what are they good for?

Stretching is B.S.
Stretching is B.S.
by Menno Henselmans Fri, Mar 23, 2012

Menno Henselmans says to forget all that granola-cruncher nonsense. It's time for a fresh approach that's fast and effective - and bodybuilding approved.

The Power of 3 Program
The Power of 3 Program
by Ben Bruno Thu, Mar 22, 2012

An elegant and simple, yet highly effective 3-day-a-week program that cuts out all the B.S. and gets you super strong.

5 Training Strategies for Fuller Muscles
5 Training Strategies for Fuller Muscles
by Clay Hyght, DC Wed, Mar 21, 2012

Could there be a fixable reason why your muscles are as tragically flat as the drunken Sumo wrestler's pet Chihuahua? Clay Hyght thinks so.

Disable Your Size and Strength Governor
Disable Your Size and Strength Governor
by Chad Coy Tue, Mar 20, 2012

A program to not only make you look like you could flip cars over, but actually have a legit shot of actually being able to do it.

Brain Candy
Brain Candy
by Biotest Research Mon, Mar 19, 2012

Mind Energizing Once-Per-Day Shot

Bands For Size and Strength
Bands For Size and Strength
by Matt Kroc Mon, Mar 19, 2012

How to use bands to get bigger benches, stronger squats, and add pounds of new mass - in just a few months!

Single-Leg Training Modifications for Knee Pain
Single-Leg Training Modifications for Knee Pain
by Ben Bruno Fri, Mar 16, 2012

Knee pain doesn't have to mean crappy leg workouts. Here's how to turn some classic single-leg movements into knee and quad strengthening dynamos.

An Interview with Dr. Stuart McGill, Part II
An Interview with Dr. Stuart McGill, Part II
by Chad Waterbury Thu, Mar 15, 2012

The interview concludes with a fascinating discussion of sit-ups, rotational strength, and a much more precise definition of "core."

Fat Loss and T-Man Bullets
Fat Loss and T-Man Bullets
by Nate Miyaki Wed, Mar 14, 2012

When it comes to performance nutrition, some of you knuckleheads are as confused as a hungry toddler in a strip club. So Nate Miyaki tells you what to eat and when to eat it.

Going From Point A to Point B
Going From Point A to Point B
by Dan John Tue, Mar 13, 2012

Figuring out what point B is, the problems with goal setting, and realistic body fat percentages.

Bands and Chains for Bodybuilding
Bands and Chains for Bodybuilding
by John Meadows Mon, Mar 12, 2012

John Meadows shows you exactly how to use this powerlifting staple to pack on pounds of muscle at an alarming rate.

The Testosterone Principles: Your Crumbling Y Chromosome
The Testosterone Principles: Your Crumbling Y Chromosome
by TC Fri, Mar 09, 2012

An ancient city with incredibly advanced technology, the 16 million descendants of Genghis Khan, and a fish that eats balls all play a part in this story about your ever-shrinking Y chromosome.

An Interview with Dr. Stuart McGill, Part I
An Interview with Dr. Stuart McGill, Part I
by Chad Waterbury Thu, Mar 08, 2012

The world's most famous spine expert talks puts the whole spinal flexion, rounding-the-back issue to rest, along with describing the proper way to train core rotation and much, much, more.

You Don't Have to be a Loser
You Don't Have to be a Loser
by Ben Bruno Wed, Mar 07, 2012

If Ben, despite his so-so genetics, overcame mediocrity, so can you. If you're similarly afflicted, quit whining and read this article.

A New Take on 5 Things
A New Take on 5 Things
by Lee Boyce Tue, Mar 06, 2012

Cardio, the glute ham raise, functional training, stretching and foam rolling, and training volume. My, how opinions can change.

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