Posts Tagged "Training"

Stength and Muscle: Built Like A Fighter

Mike Gossett

What does a fighter look like? Generally a fighter is lean, strong, and muscular. The general approach to building such a body is to – of course – be a fighter. But there are other paths for those who would…

Workout and Diet Tips: Stay Fit Through the Holidays

Here in the US, Thanksgiving is less than a week away and the rest of the holiday season is right around the corner. And so begins the onslaught of cocktail parties, 7-course dinners and friendly “get-togethers” that occur more often…

Instable Surface Training: A Slippery Slope?

Anthony Roberts

Over the past few years, most large-chain gyms have begun purchasing various implements that were once seen only in rehabilitation programs. Bosa balls (a half ball with a solid plastic top), stability (or “swiss”) balls, wobble-boards, and the like can…

Don’t Believe Everything You Read About Training

Sometimes I read articles over at T-Nation, and I wonder if there are other people like me in the world; people who are left shaking their heads in disbelief. Every week I get a spam email from the site promoting…

Steve Justa Strength Training Singles Routines

Steve Justa strength training singles routines. Big Three Routine #1 – Train every day – 4 singles with each lift with a minute or two rest in between. Use 70% of your max. – Add 5 lbs to your bench…

10 Bulk Routines That Work

10 Bulk Routines That Work by Fred R. Howell (1974) Somehow in the past few weeks the word leaked out that I had at least a ton of weights in my cellar. All of a sudden every kid in town…

Bob Hoffman’s Simplified System of Barbell Training

Bob Hoffman’s Simplified System of Barbell Training This is a copy of the original book, in graphic format. Click on an image to view a larger version of the page.