Category Archive for "Training"


The Bench Press by Bill Kazmaier

Bench Pressing is THE most popular weight resisted exercise performed, yet few achieve or even approach the results they are capable of. Too often training systems and techniques are emphasized incorrectly resulting in stagnation and slow progress. Regardless of whether…


Developing Shoulder and Trapezius Mass and Power

This article by Anthony Ditillo. It is obvious to me that the muscles of the upper torso and in particular the muscles of the scapulae area are most impressive when properly developed with sufficient size and roundness. It would seem…


The Close Grip Bench Press Mistake You’re Probably Making

Many of you are performing close grip bench presses wrong. Heck of a way to start an article, I know, but hear me out. Most of us learned how to perform the close grip bench press from reading muscle building…


Comparing Stiff Leg Deadlifts And Romanian Deadlifts

Did you know that stiff leg deadlifts and Romanian deadlifts are two different exercises? These deadlift variations are often seen as the same lift, but they are not. There are minor, but important differences regarding how each variation is performed….


Comparing Sumo And Conventional Deadlifts

The following is a comparison between sumo deadlifts and conventional deadlifts. Also included at the end of this guide is a chart that will help you determine which deadlifting style is right for you. Deadlift – Muscle Emphasis Conventional deadlift….


The Workout Routine the Pros Don’t Want You to Know About

Various Authors

This article is by BruteForce from the Muscle and Brawn Forum. Why You haven’t been gaining. Lets face it. You’ve been in the gym for months now and you still aren’t a big as that guy in the squat rack…


Top 10 Reasons We Should All Take Steroids

This article is by Jslep from the Muscle and Brawn Forum. I wanted to dispel some of the myths about steroids and its adverse effects on the human body, and encourage everyone to take a second look as to why…