To bench big you have to have a plan. And if you've gone beyond beginner status that plan will have to be strategic. Start with this.
Reverse hypers and explosive standing calf raises
Bring on the Pain-Upper Body
Biceps Exercises for the Genetically Challenged
Train your hamstrings, adductors and abductors with this unique exercise.
Q&A for high-performance athletes
The Armory: Anti-Estrogens and Aromatase Inhibitors
Evaluation and Treatment of Common Knee Problems
I stumbled on a pretty interesting compound. It was called Conjugated Linoleic Acid, or CLA. Chemically speaking, linoleic acid is an essential fatty acid, the kind you find in flax and other oils.
Amaze Your Friends, Stun Your Enemies
Healthy eating isn't as clear or simple as it sounds. But this is! Plan your meals for leanness, athleticism, health, and strength. Here's how.
In this article, we'll look at the variations of the shrug that can be used to accomplish several specific objectives.
A training program doesn't have to be complicated to work. In fact, sometimes the most simplistic routines can be the most exhaustive and result-producing.
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.
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