When your bench press plateaus, the good news is it's easily fixed by identifying the underlying problem and implementing effective solutions to address them.
Here is why resistance training increases athletic performance while reducing relative risk for an injury.
The more you can train without exceeding your capacity to recover the better your results.
Being good at a sport doesn't mean you should be to overly specific with your training.
Thankfully, there is a method to the proverbial madness of training.
Hitting a personal best in your lifts comes from somewhere deep down, inspiration may come places you never even dreamt of.
Everyone needs training partners, at times, to be honest with them, to pull them, push them, drag them, or pick them up.
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're going to look at how to make the best of a simple but effective training aid - the weightlifting belt. Here's how to use it. Are you using yours properly?
Your physical disciplines reflect your deepest interests and reveal the less understood facets of our being.
Getting mad at the bar isn't just for the bros in the gym. It has an actual purpose related to your "arousal level."
Train these movements regularly and you will gain strength, and avoid pain, especially if you’re new to training.
This isn't about quitting when things get tough. Sometimes it’s pivoting and going a different way.
Adding bodybuilding work to your weightlifting practice has its benefits, both ways.
If you prioritize your training to focus on generality and volume of work, you will set a better foundation to push the bench press harder and longer and keep it from stagnating.
It can be hard to accept, or incorporate, ideas from another area when your current group is grounded upon certain principles.
The barbell sports gym is on the rise, and young coaches like Jesse Irizzary are leading the charge.