Bring on the Pain-Upper Body
Given the fact that most people wouldn't dare deviate from the norm in the gym, they never try some of the coolest, most interesting exercises available.
How you could stretch out a set by making use of the fact that you can give yourself a biomechanical advantage simply by changing your foot or hand position.
Reverse hypers and explosive standing calf raises
An observational analysis
Improve Your Grip Strength, Improve Your Physique
Biceps Exercises for the Genetically Challenged
Train your hamstrings, adductors and abductors with this unique exercise.
Q&A for high-performance athletes
Amaze Your Friends, Stun Your Enemies
The glutes play a larger role in sports performance than just keeping your jock from falling down. As part of your posterior chain of muscles, properly trained glutes can help you jump higher and sprint faster.
In this article, we'll look at the variations of the shrug that can be used to accomplish several specific objectives.
A famous medical doctor, C. Chan Gunn, once likened the human upper trapezius muscle to that of a cobra snake's hood.
Post-Workout nutrition Q&A
Bring the Pain – Part III
I remember when I first got the notion of how powerful the psychology behind training can be.
Everything you need to know about post-workout nutrition.
One of my central operating paradigms is the realization that all methods, devices, philosophies and techniques involved in strength training have specific benefits and drawbacks. If your training lacks sufficient diversity, you'll accumulate the drawbacks and habituate to the benefits. And that ain't good.
Anyone who's ever picked up a weight has learned a little about physics, whether he knows it or not.
The Care and Feeding of the Liver