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
Posted 06 August 2011
"Let’s face it, everyone wants six-pack abs. It may not be your number one training priority, but admit it… if you could clap your hands and suddenly have a lean, solid, chiseled midsection, I’m sure I’d be hearing a lot of applause!" - Josh Hewett
Posted 19 July 2011
"From kettlebells to chains on squat bars to pushing the prowler or my personal favorite flipping the 200 lbs tractor truck tire, these non-traditional exercise examples are creating fast results" - Aundrea Annin NASM CPT
Posted 12 July 2011
Struggling to break through those stubborn plateaus? Read this guide for using chains and bands!
*SERIES 2: LINEAR VARIABLE RESISTANCE (USING CHAINS & BANDS)
Posted 29 May 2011
We all hit a plateau at some point of our exercise program. Now, the difference between the athletes who keep improving and those who are stuck in a plateau is the key muscle shocking lifting techniques such as the REST-PAUSE technique.
Posted 29 April 2011
A new course is available at Weik University on building massive calves. Those interested in sitting through an easy course, no need to look any further because class has just begun.
Posted 19 April 2011
Imagine going to the beach and feeling totally confident with your body. As you walk down the beach you notice the ladies getting nervous around you and whispering to each other as they smirk at you. Even the guys are turning their heads as you walk by.
Posted 12 April 2011
Becoming muscular and defined can be achieved by incorporating both a bulking cycle and a cutting cycle. Skeletal muscle is nature's fat-burner, the less muscle you have on your frame the softer you will be...
Posted 02 April 2011
A new course is available at Weik University on building massive shoulders. Those interested in sitting through an easy course, no need to look any further because class has just begun.
Posted 20 March 2011
When it comes down to it you want to focus on the mind-muscle connection. You should really feel each rep and feel the muscle working. If you don't feel an exercise in your triceps, then you are probably doing it wrong.