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There are some people who need advanced drills and programming. You may not be one of them. Here's how to keep it simple and get strong.
Slow down your reps and the pull-apart can become a muscle builder.
Use the muscle round technique to light up your brachialis and add size to your arms.
Always use a full range of motion... except when you shouldn't. This can change as you gain more experience. Info here.
A pull-apart to increase your bench press? Yes. Try this.
Don't abandon the push-up just because you've gotten too good at it. Try this variation and make it tougher.
Use this variation of the band pull-apart to reduce soreness and pain.
Sub-maximal explosive deadlifts for sets of 3-5 reps are sure to boost your conventional deadlift PR.
Hammer your hamstrings without all the joint stress and CNS fatigue. Here's how.
Coach Lee Boyce blew out both knees. The unconventional rules he used to bring himself back can help anyone with a musculoskeletal injury.
Jack up the metabolic and muscular damage, jack up your biceps growth. Try this superset.
Ramp up the tension and slap some new muscle onto your legs with this little trick.
Get stacked and pull more weight. Here's how.
Short on time? Don't rest less between sets or you'll interfere with your gains. Try this instead.
Here's how (and why) to use block pulls to boost your deadlift strength.
Casein is a better muscle-builder than whey, but there's a big difference in the types of casein out there. Info here.
Grab a pen and a piece of paper and do this. It'll help you trim the fluff off your workout plan and get focused on the movements that matter.
Keep it simple and boost your deadlift numbers. Here's how.
Build your deadlift with this accessory movement.
No, no, it's called forskolin. And it's been proven to improve body composition... if you take the right kind.
Fix a common technique flaw fast with this simple but effective trick.
Accommodating resistance is a great way to add variety to your training, and it's a great way to take advantage of the strength curve.
Lift heavier and keep your lower back safe by correcting a common technique flaw. Here's how.