The old cliché goes that bodybuilders are too busy rubbing their bodies in baby oil and squeezing themselves into a thong to build any real, functional strength while powerlifters are fat, lazy morons who are to dunderheaded to understand … Read more
This article is by Fred Ashford, aka Sandbox from the Muscle and Brawn forum.
Trending opinions come and go in our society – powerlifting included. This summer I read several columns, blogs and articles feeding a current powerlifting opinion:… Read more
This article by Jonathan Byrd from the MAB forum.
I have said countless times that there are thousands of ways to get strong, but some ways are just more efficient than others. In my opinion a lot of progress is stalled by the lack of appropriate… Read more
by Garry Benford
My primary reason for expounding on the routine that I’m about to give is that my training squat of 505 as a 181 pounder increased to a present (1982) best of 660 at 198 through its use . . . and this gain of 150 pounds was accomplished… Read more
By John Christy.
You must be held accountable.
What if you had a sage mentor – a very good, knowledgeable coach – to make sure that everyday you did everything you were supposed to do; train right, eat right, stretch, do conditioning… Read more
We all know most people make things more complicated than they need to be. This is just as true for strength training as it is for any other aspect of life.
When it comes to increasing strength, I don’t believe beginning to intermediate… Read more
This article is by LTL from the Muscle and Brawn forum.
A Ronin was a samurai with no lord or master during the feudal period (1185–1868) of Japan. You can also check out this absolute classic film featuring DeNiro and Sean Bean:… Read more