Post by Nicholas DiNubile MD | 02/24/2014

R U 3-D Fit?

What can you do to assure that YOU are "3-D Fit?" Does your training and workouts have all the necessary ingredients? If you are a fitness professional, can you be doing more for your clients? Read more

Post by Jordan Syatt | 02/06/2014

The 4 Most Ludicrous Myths: Powerlifting Edition

Powerlifting, while subject to less of the mainstream B.S., has its own set of equally ludicrous myths and, to be blunt, I’m sick of these fairy tales and the pure ignorance that sustains them. Read more

Post by Sean Hyson | 02/04/2014

How To Make Progress

The most difficult thing about following a workout program is deciding when exactly to change it. You’ve always got two voices in your head—the one telling you to stay the course and the other one tempting you to scrap the routine. Read more

Post by Ben Bruno | 01/16/2014

You Know You’re a Meathead When…

I thought I’d cut you a break and write something that will help you build muscle and burn fat just by reading it—no additional work required, except laughing. Read more

Post by Richard Talens | 11/26/2013

Everything That You Know About Motivating Others is Wrong

If you’re passionate about fitness, you’ve probably tried to help a friend find his or her spark already, and more likely than not, this ended in failure. That’s because everything that you know about motivating others is wrong. Read more

Post by Scott Baptie | 11/20/2013

4 New Nutrition Myths

The fitness and nutrition industry is rife with misinformation. Understandably, this is confusing to many setting out with the goal of improving their body composition. Read more

Post by Teiko Reindorf | 11/18/2013

Mass Acceleration - A beginners guide to adding size

It's damn near inevitable; every time I leave the house a stranger will approach me and make a comment about my size. Things weren't always like this though. Like many kids from my generation, I spent an exorbitant amount of time in front of a TV screen. Read more

Post by Greg Nuckols | 11/13/2013

Picking the Squat that’s Right for You

The common wisdom that every good program is built around squats could not be more true. The squat utilizes almost every muscle in your body, teaches you to use your muscle synergistically, and is the cornerstone for producing 26+ inch wheels that set the serious lifter apart from the casual gym-bro. Read more