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The Wave Loading Manifesto

You could say there are two main schools of thought when it comes to getting bigger: the school of volume and the school of intensity. Volume refers to the sets and reps in the training process, whilst intensity refers to how much load is lifted.

The Sacked Back - Part 2

In this article I'll be focusing specifically on handling injuries to the lower back or lumbar region.

The Sacked Back - Part 1

It's the sound you never want to hear when weight training. Sometimes you feel it immediately; sometimes you sense something happen but it takes a few hours for the full impact to hit you. Either way you've injured your back. The big question is, what do you do?

Ian King's Top 10 Lessons

A while back we asked some of the world's top strength coaches and nutrition gurus to share their most powerful tips, but when Ian King tackled this assignment, he decided to go about it in a different way.

Ian's Top 10 Mass Makers

The best exercises for scary size gains!

Suicide by Squat

In his classic 1984 book, Bodybuilding: A Scientific Approach, Fred Hatfield presented a model of training aimed at exploiting the adaptations provided by each of the three dominant rep ranges used in the strength training of that era (4-6, 10-12 and 20-25 reps).

Out of Kilter - Part 4

Stop Shoulder Pain Cold!

Out of Kilter - Part 3

End needless knee pain!

Out of Kilter - Part 2

No More Back Pain

Out of Kilter - Part 1

How to Identify and Correct Imbalances

Five Ways to Go Deeper

How to Get "Ass to Grass" when Squatting

Death by Bodyweight

How to get a great workout with no equipment!

The Bulk-Building Workout

Old School Mass Building

King's Top Ten Triceps Exercises

One of the most common questions I receive involves choosing the best exercise for a certain body part. What's the best biceps exercise? What's the best quad movement? What's the best exercise for the left pinky toe? Of course, the answers are always a little more complicated than just curls, squats, and pinky-toe extensions.

Big Muscles, Busy Schedules

How to Build by only Training Two Days a Week

The Lazy Man's Guide to Stretching

If you're reading this article, I'm going to assume that you're interested enough in learning how to stretch, but not so much as to want to read a dissertation about why you should stretch.

Awesome Abs – Stage 4

12 Weeks to Astounding Abdominals

Awesome Abs – Stage 3

12 Weeks to Astounding Abdominals

Awesome Abs – Stage 2

12 Weeks to Astounding Abdominals

Awesome Abs – Stage 1

12 Weeks to Astounding Abdominals

What Speed of Movement Should I Use?

If you don't already have Ian King's 'Get Buffed!' book, you've probably heard about it. It's definitely one of best-received books about weight training on the market.

Pelvis Has Left the Building!

How pelvic alignment and proper exercise program design can keep the injury goblins at bay

Bucking the Trends

Have the balls to make up your own mind!

Row to Grow

A Closer Look at the Seated Row

Long Live Your Bench

I don't need to tell you how revered the bench press is. Along with exercises such as the squat and deadlift, it forms the basis of most strength training and bodybuilding programs. And it wouldn't be too bold a statement to say that the bench press is the most popular upper-body exercise in the world!