Awaken the nervous system before training to recruit more muscle fibers. Here's how.
For pull-ups, use a grip that'll allow your wrists to rotate naturally. Here's why.
Get ready for 150 reps of fat-burning pain. Here's how to do it.
Looks odd, but it damn sure works. Check it out.
Regular triceps push-ups are good, but this variation will make them much more effective. Check it out.
Take a tip from gymnasts and add this exercise to your arm workouts. Here's how to do it.
Do cold showers really speed workout recovery? Dr. Waterbury tested out a specific way of doing it. Here's what happened.
Take the brakes off your nervous system and you'll automatically be able to lift more. Here's how to do it.
Is it time to drop some winter fat? Here’s your 8-week plan.
A unique program for size and strength that uses full-body workouts and a set/rep scheme you’ve probably never tried before. Check it out.
4 Weeks To a New Personal Best!
A competitive powerlifter recently contacted me to correct his woefully pathetic bench press. After a few tests and some obvious visual clues, I realized that his triceps were holding him back from pressing up big numbers.
Train in a way that's specifically designed to elevate post-workout testosterone production. Here's exactly how you do it.
Skinny legs are the norm among men. Don't be normal. Here's what to do.
Within the realm of training for greater strength, muscle mass, and endurance lies an area of science that remains relatively untapped: Neuroscience. It's indeed the uncharted waters in the vast ocean of the science and practice of resistance training. That's because so little is known about how the nervous system actually works.
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.
Chad thinks it's time to cut the crap about motor unit recruitment. He feels there's a fundamental misunderstanding about the subject and he doesn't know whether the truth was simply forgotten, or never learned in the first place.
If you've spent most of your lifting career doing 3 sets of 10 reps, do the opposite and you'll see astounding new gains. Here's why and how to program it.
Now that the New Year is upon us, many people are looking for effective ways to regain the size and strength they might have inadvertently lost. After all, it's damn tough to stay on track with your training during the months when that jolly, red-suited fella who looks suspiciously like a wino shows up in the middle of the night. (No, I'm not talking about your Uncle Steve.)
An abbreviated program for strength and overall development
Choose an exercise, do it daily, add a rep every day. Yes, it can be done. And yes, it will lead to shocking new muscle growth. Get the details here.
Take your explosive strength to the next level!
How to increase your training frequency (without burning out) to get better results in the gym.
Ramp up the training to ramp up the gains. Here’s how to turn up the frequency without getting burnt out.
Most conditioning programs for MMA involve equipment that just isn't that practical. Not so with this! Here’s a realistic way to whip yourself into shape.