Mike Robertson wants to remind you to do some of the great stuff you used to, but may have forgotten about.
The whole point of this article is for me to discuss the top ten things I've learned about training.
This is going to be the best training year ever, only you're so jacked up you can barely go number two without having a troop of Boy Scouts lower you onto the toilet seat. Lifter, heal thyself!
You've heard it a thousand times. To get big and strong, you gotta' squat. But are you are doing it right? Check out these tips.
Fifteen foam rolling techniques that'll get you ready for the gym much better than stretching.
Here’s how to fix your achy knees, prevent injury, and keep the squats coming. Check it out.
A chiseled midsection. A strong, functional core. Who says you can't train for both? Here’s how to do it.
Everything you need to know to develop a strong, powerful core.
In four months I'll be a whopping 28 years old. I know a thing or two about training and all that goes into it, but I also respect the fact that there's a hell of a lot I don't know enough about, and other topics I need to know something about that I'm not even aware of!
Training slumps are frustrating and seemingly inevitable. They also suck harder than a Broadway reprisal of Apocalypse Now starring Regis Philbin and Keanu Reeves. On that sour note, here are four ways to send slumps up the river.
Believe it or not, only one of these is about your crappy diet. Check out all the tips here.
Most so-called workout programs suck. It's time to choose a goal, pick a plan, and stick to it for at least 12 weeks.
Bigger tugs? Nah, not that kind of tug. Coach Mike Robertson is talking about deadlifting, and he's got 5 cool ways to drive up your pull, fast.
Getting banged up in the gym doesn't have to cost you all your gains. Here's your plan for when something hurts but training isn’t completely off the table.
Great little-discussed deadlift tips like "weld your spine," "ribs down," and "push the knees out."
You probably don't need dozens of movements to develop strength and size - you just need the six very best ones. This is all killer, no filler!
Ever had one of those days where you just couldn't get into the flow of your workout? Or worse yet, you don't even make it to the gym? It's happened to all of us before. The mind is willing, but the body just isn't ready (or vice versa).
When should you use tempo training and why? Mike Robertson answers these and other questions about this often-neglected component of strength and muscle building.
How to improve your squat form and hit a new PR, even if you have bad levers.
Stepping onto the platform reveals a heck of a lot more than just how strong you are physically. Here are 7 cool reasons why you should consider entering a powerlifting meet.
Write over a thousand training programs and you'll have a good idea of what gets results and what doesn't. Compare your own program to this list to see how you stack up.
Keeping the tibia vertical, increasing hip flexor length, step-ups, and other novel tricks to fix those bum knees.
How many Mondays have you been to the gym, anxiously awaiting your chest workout, only to find that you have to wait 45 minutes just to get on a bench? It seems that every guy in the gym trains his chest on Monday; it's a foregone conclusion.
As we read this article, we realized that while Mike Robertson had come up with a solid strength/powerlifting program, he'd also simultaneously come up with a pretty good bodybuilding program! Talk about multi-tasking!
Six things you can learn from bodybuilders, even if your goal is to just get strong on three lifts.