You've heard of high-frequency strength training. But what about low frequency? Cut your gym time in half and still make gains. Here's how.
Learn to apply force quickly and it'll make you stronger. That's what speed training is all about: power, explosiveness, and strength. Try this before you plateau.
What happens when an old-school training staple meets an insane high-frequency approach? Awesome things. Check it out.
How often should you train a lift? Good question. Here's a simple way to determine your ideal frequency.
Pull ups are the king of upper body exercises. Here are 5 ways to jack-up your performance to levels befitting royalty.
Don't overcomplicate it. Fix your weak points and perfect your form so that you can pull heavy barbells off the ground. Here's what to do.
The basics of benching, the fine points, and a solid 16-week program. Get it all here.
A step-by-step approach to setting new PRs in the squat, bench, and deadlift.
You can't really improve your deadlift unless you really know what happens when you pull serious weight. Here’s your guide.
The first man to pick up 1,000 pounds shows you how to set a new deadlift PR.
There's a big difference between training and just exercising. Do you know what it is? Find out here.
Injuries and forced training breaks are just part of the game. Here's a routine that gets you back in the groove quickly.
A closer look at the Broz Olympic Method. Check it out.
Lifts that have been outlawed by some people that you should do anyway.
Increase your strength to record levels in a few short months. Here’s how.
Think you know all there is to know about push-ups? Ha! We thought so too...until we read this.
These unilateral exercises are so tough that’ll wish you could use both legs. (But you can’t.)
Squats are considered the king of all exercises. You may already do them, but are you doing them the right way for your specific goals? Here's how to know.
You can't consider yourself a ballsy lifter if you're terrible at pull-ups. Here are five tests to see how you measure up.
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.
There's a whole lot more to pushing than the standard bench press. Check out these powerful push exercises.
They both lifts weights. They both train hard. They both use drugs at the pro levels. So why are bodybuilders more jacked than powerlifters?
Bench press plateaus can be long and mind numbing. If this program doesn't catapult you out of your slump, nothing will.
Back pain got you hobbled up in the corner of the gym? Dust off your manhood and read this article.
New squat and deadlift techniques, plus killer core exercises and even a couple of forearm movements.