Hypertrophy and Strength: Does Size Matter?
It’s inconclusive how much of a role the growth of muscle plays in the growth of strength.
A Simple Workout Plan for Serious Mass Gain
Packing on the muscle doesn't have to be complicated; you just have to be committed.
Digestibility, Whey Protein, and Hypertrophy: Finding Balance
Research sounds good but then you have to validate the source's credibility as a consultant to the dairy industry.
Breaking Muscle HQ
Plant-Based Protein Versus Whey for Athletes
While not widely known by the fitness community, plant-based protein has several advantages.
Breaking Muscle HQ
Machines Still Build Muscles
Don't overlook the muscle-building benefits of fixed-resistance machines.
Heat Shock Proteins: Science's Secret to Muscle Building
Understanding HSP's cellular role in the hypertrophy process could lead to your biggest gains yet.
EDT: Time Management Meets Weight Training
This method allows you to pack a powerful workout into a short time frame.
How Often Should I Squat?
Your goals dictate how much, how often, and how hard you lift.
A New Age Foundation for Life-Long Bodybuilding
Bodybuilding is about more than bicep curls; it's about creating a healthier, more muscular body for the long haul.
How I Was Wrong About Linear Periodization
Focusing on one adaptation doesn't have to mean losing ground on another.
Of Muscles and Might: The Lead-In Program
This program is the first step in your ongoing fight to get strong and stay that way.
Walter J. Dorey
Gainz for Summer: 8 Weeks to Strong and Jacked Arms
Training bi's and tri's might not be trendy, but nobody hates big guns. Here's how to get them in an hour a week.
Size, Strength, or Power? A Training Method Primer
Understanding the intricacies of different protocols will equip you for success in the gym.
The 4 Phases of a Solid Strength Program
Coaches are inundated with cool-looking, “sport-specific” exercises. But simplicity is the key to progress.
Progression Takes More Than Adding Weight to the Bar
Lifting heavy is a great thing, but it's not all you need for continued muscle growth.
The Myth of More Is Better
Society's obsession with work ethic is destroying the efficacy of your training.
3 Microstrategies for Intelligent Progression
Small, thoughtful changes to your methods can add up to big progress down the road.
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