Post by Cody Lefever | 01/14/2015

Six Years to Six Hundred Pounds

How much do you deadlift? Regardless of whether it’s 400 or 700-pounds the answer that burns in the heart of every lifter is, “not enough.” Read more

Post by Rob Sulaver | 12/31/2014

Perfectionism: When Beautiful Isn’t Beautiful Enough

A new study from The Bandana Training Journal of Derision and Bro-Science confirming that 107% of Americans will resolve to lose at least 5 lbs this New Years. I’m not a mathematician, obviously, but I’m pretty sure that’s more than all of America. Read more

Post by Jordan Syatt | 10/28/2014

Deloading is a Waste of Your Time

A deload is a purposeful reduction in training volume & intensity for the purposes of recovery, injury prevention, and improved performance. By and large, I think the traditional week-long deload is a monumental waste of time. Read more

Post by Sean Hyson | 10/14/2014

5 Training FAQ’s Answered Correctly

Ask a dozen different trainers a simple fitness question and you’re liable to get a dozen different answers. The aim of this article is to give you the simplest, most specific advice to a variety of questions people who lift weights ask all the time. Read more