Category Archive for "Bodybuilding Articles"

Doggcrapp Training Program Overview

Doggcrapp Training – DC Training Program Overview, by Mike Westerdal If you’ve read more than two articles I’ve written then you should know that I favor unconventional training methodologies that push and challenge both body and mind. I firmly believe…

Rate of Drug-Free Muscle Gain

For most people muscle building is a slow process. Of course, there are those who are extremely genetically gifted and respond quickly to even the most poorly constructed and applied of programs, but most people are not in this category….

The Godfather of Progressive Resistance

Before you ever pick up barbell, you should know the story of Milo. It should be posted on the door of every gym. Milo of Croton was a six-time Olympic wresting champion nearly 3,000 years ago. The legend of Milo…

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Squats: Are They Really That Important?

These days, it seems like everyone “already knows” how important squats are. And yet, it’s still incredibly rare to see anyone performing full squats in most gyms. And it’s even more rare to see someone working HARD with the barbell…

The Monster Confusion 10 Week Muscle Mass Building Cycle

The importance of the muscle confusion principle is well known. If you keep working your body the same way for months on end, it will adapt. And finding a suitable lifting routine to replace the one your currently on can…

Volume and Injury: Adapted from Training for Mass, Gordon LaVelle

The following is adapted from Gordon LaVelle’s book, Training for Mass. Training for Mass is available through Amazon, and all major bookstores. Please visit the author’s website for more information. www.trainingformass.com This excerpt is used with permission by the author….

How to Lose Weight and Enjoy the Food You Love

Television advertisers depend on it, fashion magazines editors include it on every page, and the media remind us with news stories. They all remind us that thinner is better and if you are overweight, it is your fault.  Every day…