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Understanding Training Cycles for Maximum Strength and Size Gains

Most lifters know that the body adapts to a training style over a given period of time. Eventually, even with the best training program, strength and/or size gains grind to a halt. Often, a lifter will change programs and find…

Getting Down and Dirty…Gaining Muscle Mass the Real World Way

Most bodybuilders are obsessive compulsive. They tend to believe that you must eat clean food all of the time, at every feeding. And of course, we know that this “clean eating” involves a lot of chicken breasts, broccoli, and rice….

The Crusher, a Bodybuilding Routine for Bodybuilders who love to Max on Deadlifts and Squats

Love to max on deadlift and squat? Finding it hard to incorporate heavy deadlift and squat training into your bodybuilding routine? Well, do I got a solution for you. I call this bodybuilding routine the Crusher. The Crusher allows you…

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Estimating Calorie Needs for Bodybuilding Cutting, Bulking and Maintenance

Caloric needs. There are numerous methods to estimate daily caloric needs for bodybuilding. Please remember that every method is simply that…a method to estimate your needs. The numbers from this article are merely guidelines; a launching point. It is up…

The First Key to Old School Success: Eat Like A King

The First Key to Old School Success: Eat like a King, by Tim Donahey Many people initially blame their workout routine for their lack of muscle growth when they should be blaming their diet.  If you aren’t gaining weight then…

Your Maximum Muscular Bodyweight and Measurements

Your Maximum Muscular Bodyweight and Measurements, by Casey Butt, Ph.D. For a drug-free athlete trying to develop maximum muscle mass, the knowledge of how much muscle can be developed without the use of anabolic drugs would be a very valuable…

How to Gain Muscle Mass in One Hour a Week

Limited Time. For those with limited time, lifting often gets put on the back burner. But it doesn’t have to be set aside. The following workout plan can be performed in one or two days a week, and only takes…