In my previous advanced training article I explored wave loading for bodybuilding and powerlifting. In this article, I will jump to the other side of the training fence, and explore the benefits of 90% training – or training with near… Read more
Most beginning to intermediate lifters view weight training as an activity that is simple to understand. Slap weight on the bar, perform reps, go home. Doesn’t get much more complicated then that, does it?
Yes, it does.
Everything works… Read more
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 that the progress… Read more
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 even the … Read more
The Ten Keys to Old School Success for New School Beginners, by Tim Donahey
1. Eat Like a King
Muscle isn’t made out of thin air, it’s made out of the fuel you provide it and that fuel is food. You can forget everything else you will learn… Read more
Looking for something to do? Obsessed with bodybuilding, powerlifting and weight training? Then do I have a time killer for you. The following list features the best of the best; 67 websites to traffic, try out, and test run. Warm up your mouse… Read more
The Traditional Squat
The traditional squat should be one of the first squat techniques to learn. In this movement, the bar is placed high on the back. This is sometimes known as the bodybuilding squat. The shoulder blades should be retracted… Read more