bodybuilding

Plain and simple, a deload is a short planned period of recovery. Here are four ways to do it and why you absolutely must include it in your training.
We kick off our first podcast of 2020 with James Fitzgerald. He has over 20 years of experience as a strength coach, is a CrossFit games champion and is the founder of OPEX.
Add practical application for implementing various loading strategies into your hypertrophy program.
Some of the best coaches with expertise in hypertrophy, bodybuilding, and physique can be found in these podcasts. New ones added regularly. A great reference source for enthusiasts and trainers.
It’s easy to get carried away by emotion and let it control you instead of using the energy of it toward a singular effort.
Our latest podcast tackles sustainable self-development, building habits that translate into training success, and the fitness journey of hypertropy influencer Abel Csabai.
Haphazardly loading a barbell and doing one set until you fall in exhaustion shouldn’t be the plan for the majority of lifters.
How do we learn to harmonize our conscious thought with the feeling and reactions within the body?
Someone who is strength training should have the flexibility to go on a weekly run and remove a day on the weights. That's heresy to some coaches who want to keep you in the gym.
Strength training and conditioning for athletes is not the same as that for the average Joe. They're in a class of their own.
Brad Borland talks about how to build muscle as quickly as possible in the latest Six Pack of Knowledge podcast.
Adding bodybuilding work to your weightlifting practice has its benefits, both ways.
Take a deep dive into muscle growth strategies, genetics and strength gains with Dr Joel Seedman.
The differences between strength training and hypertrophy start deep inside our bodies, at the physiological level.
If you are stuck, maybe you don't need to train like a pro bodybuilder or think that you might be one.
60% of all adults in the US do no muscle-strengthening exercises and 25% don’t even like to walk, cycle or run.
It can be hard to accept, or incorporate, ideas from another area when your current group is grounded upon certain principles.