Training Articles

Despite the years of research and mountains of data, there still is no definitive answer to whether stretching is worth your time and effort. Proponents argue that stretching prevents injury, while opponents will argue that stretching can actually cause injury, and does nothing to improve performance.  Read and find out.

Imaginary Lat Syndrome, a fat lady on a plane, lobbyists, Political correctness, old naked men, the parmaceutical industry, pressing (1) for English, cyclists, guys who don't pick up after themselves, and more, ticks me off.   Read and find out why.

Variation is a universal principle that when applied correctly can yield incredible results.  One of the most obvious and easiest ways to add variation is to incorporate different exercises to one’s program. This article contains a list of exercises I rarely have seen used, but recommend in this first installment.

Need a better backside?  Whether you're a bodybuilder, strength athlete, or you just want a firmer butt and legs, the RDL is one of the best exercises for your glutes, hamstrings, and lower back. 

This article will provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision when joining a gym.