How to Build by only Training Two Days a Week
EDT for Maximal Strength Breakthroughs!
4 Weeks To a New Personal Best!
Blend Olympic speed-strength exercises with hybrid sets and a few dirty tricks and what do you get? Really fast fat loss. Here’s how to do it.
Get back to bodybuilding's roots and build muscle using old-school strongmen techniques.
Improve strength, power, and cardiovascular conditioning with one program. Check it out.
How to get strong fast with frequent workouts!
What would you give to have delts so big and wide that you had to strip naked and coat yourself with lard before being able to pass from room to room?
There's more to it than just bench pressing. No, really. Build your chest in just six weeks with this program. Here's how it works.
Coach Thibaudeau has always been strong. Here's how he got ripped. Get his 14 week plan here.
High volume training for muscle growth that will also get you stronger. Sounds good? Get the full program here.
Here’s a finishing program designed to give you that finely honed, chiseled look. Check it out.
If you're a true musclehead like I am, you've probably read (or heard) a lot about periodization, either from classic textbooks by East-European sports training and weightlifting authorities (including the classic texts by Tudor Bompa), or by researching the subject online.
Extreme Diversity for Extreme Muscle Growth!
You hear it all the time. It's one of the favorite sayings from high-intensity pundits and other "briefer is better" trainees.
Moderate weight or moderate sets? Use more reps per set, or use heavier weight, more sets, and fewer reps per set? God almighty, which is the optimal way to train for size?
Modern methods of strength development
Big Time Gains for the Part-Time Lifter
The most overlooked or misunderstood principles when it comes to creating an effective exercise program. Check out this list.
Get Functional, Get Structural, Get Started!
Non-Linear Periodization for Maximum Gains
Train every muscle group 4 times per week? Yes, it can be done, if you plan it right. Try this program.
In my last article, Pendulum Training, I introduced the basic principles behind a new way to plan your workouts. This new way of thinking is based on a frequent pre-planned variation of training objectives and means.
Back in December, Coach Thibaudeau introduced T-Nation to Pendulum Training, his particular style of non-linear periodization, then he applied this effective approach to bodybuilding. Now, the big bald Canadian is tackling powerlifting. This should be interesting!