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Mick Madden is the primary content writer for Muscle and Brawn.
Powerlifting Articles

6 Powerlifting Tactics Which Will Transform Your Training


The old cliché goes that bodybuilders are too busy rubbing their bodies in baby oil and squeezing themselves into a thong to build any real, functional strength while powerlifters are fat, lazy morons who are to dunderheaded to understand… Read more

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Bodybuilding Articles

Methods to Stimulate New Muscle Growth


Have you ever noticed that muscle growth slows to a screeching halt even though you continue to train hard each and every workout? Week in and week out you train harder and harder but have little or nothing to show for all of your efforts.

The problem… Read more

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Powerlifting Articles

Is Powerlifting Physically Debilitating?


This article is by Fred Ashford, aka Sandbox from the Muscle and Brawn forum.

Trending opinions come and go in our society – powerlifting included. This summer I read several columns, blogs and articles feeding a current powerlifting opinion:… Read more

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Bodybuilding Articles

Hack Squats: The Forgotten Leg Builder


One of the most overlooked muscle groups in a beginning bodybuilder’s training program is legs. They don’t impress like the chest and arms so beginners make a common mistake and avoid training them, not realizing the overall … Read more

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Strongman Articles

Training the Tire Flip Without a Tire


This article by BruteForce from the MAB forum.

Tire flips. You see them everywhere these days, at the World’s Strongest Man, in crossfit videos, even at high school football training sessions. With the popularity of tire flips in strength… Read more

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Powerlifting Articles

Build a Bigger Squat by Using Proper Assistance Work


This article by Jonathan Byrd from the MAB forum.

I have said countless times that there are thousands of ways to get strong, but some ways are just more efficient than others. In my opinion a lot of progress is stalled by the lack of appropriate… Read more

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Bodybuilding Articles

Mike Mentzer’s Heavy Duty One Set Workout


Near the end of his career as a personal trainer Mike Mentzer determined that he was recommending workouts to his clients that had a set count that was too high for maximum muscle growth. He had been using 2-4 sets of maximum intensity per muscle… Read more

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