Think fat loss requires high-rep training and tons of cardio? Think again. You can torch fat in sets of three.
There are any number of instances in which life becomes more hectic, and the first thing that gets axed from the schedule is usually gym time.
If you've been around weight training for any length of time, you've probably read or tried an arm specialization routine. There are a bunch of these around with different cool names for what amounts to the same old shit: do a bunch of arm exercises. Yeah, the exercises change and the sets and reps change, but it still amounts to just doing more arm work.
A training strategy that has you hitting your lagging body parts for ten sessions each week. Yes, it can be done, and it works. Check out the plan.
Increase lactic acid to increase growth hormone and get shredded. One problem: It really hurts. Check out the program.
"Bodybuilding training? No way! Not for me! I'm training only for strength and function," said the huge sumbitch after deadlifting a load that was roughly equivalent to a Sherman tank.
From warm-ups and running to box squats and grip work, here’s the athlete’s guide to get bigger and stronger.
One of the toughest muscle-building workouts of all time just got tougher. For experienced lifters only!
Get your mind on the weight and on the clock. This training strategy will help you get more done in less time.
Bodybuilding is full of colorful descriptions of various physique types.
Advanced Bench Press Strategies
Get stronger and build muscle with this unique 4-week training plan.
A bench press specialization cycle that'll drastically improve your max bench.
The complete, head-to-toe guide to fixing your bad posture. Check it out.
A unique program for size and strength that uses full-body workouts and a set/rep scheme you’ve probably never tried before. Check it out.
Ecto-mesomorphs: the lean and lanky guys who've built muscle. Here's what they can do to stay on the gain-train.
This posterior chain program might just give it to you!
Let's cut the bullshit and get to the brass tacks. For decades, men built slabs of muscle with simple, three day-per-week training programs. They trained their whole bodies in one brief workout session and they grew big and strong. Scoff all you want, but tens of thousands of trainees can't be wrong.
Most strength coaches will categorize an athlete or client into one of three classes based on their responsiveness to training: easy gainer, hard gainer and average gainer. Let's take a look at each category.
Over the past year or so, I've been swamped with requests from readers who want a program that focuses solely on maximal-strength development. What I'm referring to is a maximal-strength focused program that doesn't induce bodyweight from hypetrophy.
The program is simple, the workouts are short, and the results are fantastic. The catch? It’s also brutally hard. Check it out.
My bodybuilding training includes a bit more heavy lifting than most "regular" bodybuilding programs, and as such will lead to some significant strength gains.
In this last installment of this series, I want to give you a quick three-week physical peaking routine designed to help you gain some more muscle while increasing muscle density. You should also be able to lose more fat in this stage.
If you're stuck in a rut and you've been training for more than a year, this program will induce appreciable strength and size gains.
Get revitalized and ready for your next mass program!