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6 Pillars Of Strength & Muscle Building Success

I don’t believe in magic training systems. Some workouts are better than others. There is no doubt about that. But for every lifter that is successfully using a reputable program, there are many, many more that fail. It goes without…

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Strength Building 3×3: Self-Regulating Training System

This strength building 3×3 is a simple but highly effective method of training that will add numbers to your big lifts. Depending on the assistance work you choose, it can be used as a straight powerlifting or strength building workout,…

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Muscle Mass Woes: You Might Be A Thinlet If?

What’s a thinlet? Well since I created the term I might as well give it an official definition. A thinlet is a lifter who is so afraid of getting fat that they don’t allow themselves to build any quality muscle…

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3 Week Deadlifting Cycle for Muscle Mass & Strength

This is a simple deadlifting program for the early intermediate to intermediate lifter. It cycles through a heavy, light and moderate week and is designed to help you pack on muscle and strength. During your first cycle, base percentages off…

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9 Week Powerlifting Periodization Peaking Workout

This is a 9 week strength building cycle meant for intermediate level powerlifters and strength training athletes. Starting numbers are based upon your current one rep max for squats, bench press and deadlifts, plus the amount of weight you are…

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High Frequency Squatting 12 Week Program

There was a (long) time during my lifting career where I thought squatting more than once a week was impossible. Scratch that – was insane. Then I was introduced to a concept called fatigue management. Fatigue management is basically a…

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2 Day Muscle Building Workout: Gains on Limited Time

We each run into periods of our life where we simply don’t have time to live in the gym. I’ve seen many guys quit lifting completely during these periods, thinking there was no point in only training a few days…