I was on a journey for greater knowledge regarding our friend "Mr. T." This journey took place on foot, in person, and online. It was also well worth it.
Variety in training, used wisely, is one of the factors that keeps the gains coming. Try these odd but effective exercises to mix things up.
Build Bulging Biceps the Quebec Way!
Soviet Training "Secrets" to Spark New Muscle Growth
A Glute-Dominant Workout for Increased Strength
An Interview with Christian Thibaudeau
Let's see if this situation sounds vaguely familiar. You're passionate about taking care of your body. You work out, you eat right, and you take supplements to fine tune the way your body looks, feels, and functions. If you piled up all the hours you've spent studying all this stuff, you'd think some University would just flat out give you a PhD.
Shake up your training with these untraditional exercises that build muscle and strength. Check ‘em out.
An Interview with Dr. Joseph Mercola
"What are some of the most radical and perhaps bizarre methods you have ever heard of for increasing strength?"
Last week, John Berardi, Lonnie Lowery, Cy Willson, and that annoying Jared kid from the TV commercials discussed different aspects of carbohydrate metabolism. When last we left them, they were about to start explaining the differences between individual types of carbohydrates.
It's been nearly two years since Lonnie Lowery and I teamed up to get our macronutrient roundtable on. First, we invited Cy Willson to share in an interesting protein discussion.
Bodybuilding may never make it to the Olympics, but I believe that Olympic lifting will make it to bodybuilding. In fact, I've always recommended that bodybuilders use Olympic lifting at certain times during the training year.
This is when the old saying, "necessity is the mother of invention" comes into play.
Another piece of the bodybuilding puzzle?
EDT for Maximal Strength Breakthroughs!
Five Ways to Get Unstuck and Turn Back on the Gains!
A Conversation with Jimmy "The Iron Bull" Pellechia
Across-the-board condemnation of dietary fat is like branding all drugs as bad... or all people of a particular ethnic background as undesirable. I suppose we could call the media hype against fat "nutritional racism."
"The aim of the legal action is to force the fast-food industry to "offer a larger variety to the consumers, including non-meat vegetarian, less grams of fat, and a reduction of size of their meals."
An Interview with Charles Staley
Ever notice rust on your hands after working out?
The five most common nutrition mistakes made by lifters and wannabe bodybuilders.