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How does a broken-down powerlifter turn himself into a jacked-up bodybuilder? He gets help from three top coaches.
When Dave Tate retired from powerlifting, he was a physical wreck. So he took matters into his own hands and came up with an unorthodox cure.
Here's a basic, balls-out program that works around the busy guy’s life.
What you need to know about the Maximum Effort Method, Dynamic Effort Method, Repetition Method, and putting them all together.
From fat loss to strength to motivation, this iconic strength coach shares his wisdom on success, in the gym and out.
What every lifter should know about personal responsibility, the greatest factor for success, and the benefits of adversity.
Twenty things you need to know to get stronger, train smarter, and lift for the long haul.
Not sure why you’re still not jacked? Here’s your answer… and how to fight it.
Use the iron to cut through the chaos of life. Here's the deal.
A step-by-step approach to setting new PRs in the squat, bench, and deadlift.
Most of you don't have what it takes to train at Westside. But it's not your body that will break down, it's your mind. Here’s why.
Even the most hardcore lifters experience low motivation. Here's how to get back on track.
Push past the pain barrier to test your mettle. Dan John, Martin Rooney, Craig Weller, and Dan Twight show you how.
Powerlifting's prodigal son returns bigger and stronger to bending bars, busting PR's, and tearing pecs.
How to develop hardcore confidence, in the gym and out.
Zubaz pants, Hotskinz tights, and matching fanny packs. Dave Tate survived bodybuilding in the '80s - and learned a few things along the way, too.
To get strong, listen to a strong guy’s advice. Here’s what you can learn from Dave Tate’s early experiences under the bar.
The difference between a high-performance body and a slow, chubby body is all in your head... literally.
What is it that separates the masterful from the mediocre? And do you have it? Find out here.
You don't spend 30 years under the bar without acquiring a few scars - and learning a few lessons.
Learn your competitors' weaknesses and exploit them. Learn your own weaknesses and correct them.
Samurai-tested strategies for not only setting goals, but actually achieving them.
Want to be more and do more? You'll get there faster with friends than you would by going at it alone. Here’s why community is essential in training.
Motivational lessons learned from the gridiron can help supercharge your training.