Posted 06 May 2020
"Listen, it’s not what you think. I’m not going to tell you about a new technique to try or costly special equipment or even some underground secret training program"
Published: May 6th 2020
Posted 08 December 2019
"Just what muscles do sumo deadlifts work, you ask? Well, I will be answering that, and some other frequently asked questions"
Published: 8 Dec 2019
Posted 21 April 2014
"When it comes to training, one of the most overlooked body parts is your neck. For sports like MMA, boxing, football, or nearly any physical activity, having a strong neck will definitely benefit you." - Brandan Fokken
Posted 22 October 2013
"Testosterone is one of the most important hormones that is responsible for building muscle mass as well as bone strength, sexual functions, mood and other factors in the human body. Here are my top 4 tips on boosting T-levels naturally" - Melih F. Cologlu
Posted 09 June 2012
"Have you hit a plateau with your arms and nothing seems to be working? Want to get explosive power in your chest and shoulders? Want to spice up your upper body workouts? Try Plyometrics!" - Tyler Prohnow, Certified ACE Personal Trainer
Posted 04 January 2012
"At some point or another everyone hits a sticking point on their big lifts. For times such as these you need to take a step back, identify whereabouts in the lift you are struggling, and then utilise variations on the lifts" - Tim McCune
Posted 18 November 2011
"I see people doing 100's of bicep curls day in, day out, with the hope of getting bigger arms. And they get nowhere. Your biceps only fill up 1/3 of your t-shirt sleeve, with the other 2/3 being your triceps. Want big arms? Then you need to train your triceps too!" - James St Leger
Posted 09 November 2011
"Deadlifts are a prime mass-building exercise...no doubt about it! But if you’ve been doing them awhile, it might be time to try a few different training techniques to start a whole new growth spurt...
These will definitely kick your butt!" - Nick Nilsson
Posted 26 August 2011
"Strength plateaus are often pretty simple to overcome provided you can work out what’s wrong. Observing a lift and looking at the mechanics of it can often tell you a lot about what’s failing within the lift, the initial acceleration, lockout, poor glute function" - Phil Learney