Posted 19 June 2012
The Basic fundamentals to achieving lean muscle mass.
Posted 02 June 2012
"Next to a sleek and sexy, toned midsection, high, tight glutes are the focus and desire of many women." - Rosie Chee BExSpSc
Posted 11 May 2012
"Make sure to apply plateau breaking training techniques such as: drop sets, negatives, partial reps, super slow reps etc.. Into your routine in order to keep the muscles guessing." - Melih F. Cologlu ACPT
Posted 16 April 2012
"With the right tools, know-how, and intensity anyone can move their tricep development to a higher level. So quit curling for just a few minutes and read on about the untold story of bigger arms!" - Brad Borland, MA, CSCS
Posted 04 April 2012
Let me start by saying: There are a ton of tips and tricks out there on how to achieve your “best” physique. But when all’s said and done, how do you know which ones to listen to? How do you know which ones will put you on the straight and narrow to your “best” you?
Posted 18 January 2012
"Some simple rules to follow, or better yet, rules I wished I had followed. These are not hard and fast rules but just basic guidelines to take in and modify if needed. I do think, however, they are very important in your quest to build an impressive physique" - Brad Borland, MA, CSCS
Posted 14 January 2012
"A tip here and a piece of advice there can build up into one strong arsenal of knowledge. Little by little we can move beyond our limits and accomplish what we once thought was impossible. Here are 20 short reminders to get you to the next level" - Brad Borland, MA, CSCS
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 11 December 2011
"Sweating the small stuff is what completes a physique from head to toe. Hamstrings, calves, rear deltoids, and forearms are among those details that, when developed properly, can make all the difference toward a well-balanced and proportioned body." Brad Borland, M.A., CSCS
Posted 03 December 2011
"The basic exercises are basic for a reason....they work and work well!
So how much training variety do I recommend? And when would I suggest switching things up?" - By Nick Nilsson