Category Archive for "Muscle Building Workouts"

The Boring But Big Training Program From The Man Who Out-Muscled Arnold

In 1966, the world’s most famous bodybuilder (Arnold Schwartzeneggar) enter the Mr. Universe Amateur competition (talll division). He took 2nd place. The man who beat him? Chet Yorton. Here’s some incredible details about the man who defeated the Austrian oak…

Beginners: Practical Starting Routines for The Drug-Free Trainee

Though the following program is written from a “beginners” perspective, it can also be used by any trainee – beginner, intermediate or advanced. It is particularly useful for trainees who’ve trained on elaborate, split routines for long periods of time…

P RR S – Power, Rep Range, Shock by Eric Broser

For those of you out there that have been training for more than a couple of years, I’d like you to take a little trip down memory lane with me… Remember back in the beginning, when you first started training,…

Complete Development of the Trapezius Muscles

Complete Development of the Trapezius Muscles by Barton Horvath (1947) While body building and training with weights is not particularly difficult to learn, as in any other enterprise superior results depend to a large extent upon knowledge and the ultimate…

GPDT – Grim’s Power Density Training

What is GPDT? It stands for Grim’s Power Density Training, and it is a combination of a few training ideas that I like, with a few minor variances. Let me give you a quick break down of each style that…

Sergio Oliva Training Routine

Sergio Oliva Training Routine. Sergio Oliva stated that the following routine was his only true exercise program. His training routine involved some interesting combinations…high volume, 5×5 work, supersets, antagonistic training, a modest – but heavy – squat workout, 20 rep…

Muscle Building Specialization Routine With A Kick

Do you have a lagging body part or two? Do you want renewed size in that pain in the neck body part that refuses to grow? Well then, I’ve got the routine for you! Please forgive me for the infomercial…