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One of my favorite books is A Book Of Five Rings by Miyomato Musashi. Musashi was a badass 17th century Japanese swordsman who never lost a duel in over sixty fights. This book outlines his philosophy of success. I re-read it recently and was amazed by how many of his principles apply to a variety of areas in life, including productive strength training.
If you're not sure what to do with your sets and reps, look no further. This plan has your workout laid out for you – no matter the goal.
Although this article is aimed at athletes, if you're looking to get into shredded, athletic shape, try some of the exercises Coach DeFranco describes. You can practically feel the fat melting off your body!
The most overlooked or misunderstood principles when it comes to creating an effective exercise program. Check out this list.
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Train anywhere and pack muscle onto your legs with this cheap tool.
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Toss in a couple of these add-ins before, during, or after your workout to accelerate progress.
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Pack more muscle onto your medial delts to get that capped, superhero look. Here's how.
There's a difference between ab training and core training. Here are some new exercises for both goals.
These active openers will keep your back and knees healthy. And that translates into bigger, better squats.
Will elevating your heels during squats make you injury prone, unathletic, or unable to do regular squats? Nope. Here's why.
Here's are the four riskiest pieces of equipment in your gym, plus what you can do to stay out of the ER.
This hamstring move is notoriously brutal and it usually requires a partner. Here's how to do it anywhere without a buddy.
All soldiers have to pass the new combat fitness test. Could you? Here's how to prepare yourself.
Eccentric-isometric training blends together three different training stimuli to bludgeon your muscles. Here's how it's done.
The best cooking oil turns out to be the one everyone said not to use. Here's what you need to know.
Which one of the two, if either, is best for a lifter to eat? The answer seems obvious, but it's not.
Even if you didn't inherit the best genetics for big arms, this superset will make a visual impact.
Got forward-rolled shoulders? Tight scapulae? Try these.