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  • New Size for Skinny Guys

    It takes discipline to keep your upper arm stable while you slowly curl and flex the biceps at the top of...

    John HansenApril 10, 2010
  • Don’t Quit: Coping With Injuries

    If leg extensions hurt your knees, do them one leg at time with less weight—and be sure your foot never travels...

    Paul BurkeApril 7, 2010
  • DC Power Density for New Muscle Size

    With DC, or multirep rest/pause, training your intensity is high, but the rest periods aren’t long enough to clear fatigue by-products...

    Steve HolmanApril 4, 2010
  • Bigger Bodyparts

    Despite his insanely wide wings, bodybuilders the world over still insist on doing wide-grip pulldowns and chinups, which Dorian noted actually...

    Ron HarrisApril 1, 2010
  • Squats, Laterals and Assorted Tips and Tricks

    I’m sick and tired of seeing every type of exercise discomfort being “solved” by lightening the load. It’s the path of...

    PavelMarch 29, 2010
  • Specialize for New Arm Size

    If you don’t want to compete, what are you looking to do with your physique? Do you want more size, do...

    John HansenMarch 23, 2010
  • Torque-Shifting Shoulder Shocker

    Powerlifters and Olympic lifters have built impressive shoulders using low reps for multiple sets on compound exercises such as presses and...

    Charles PoliquinMarch 8, 2010
  • Shoulder and Trap Shocker

    Though upright rows in general have gotten a very bad rep for wrecking rotator cuffs over the years, longtime IRON MAN...

    Ron HarrisFebruary 24, 2010
  • Shocking Results and Current Events

    When you can do incline curls with a pair of dumbbells in your hands that approach more than 30 percent of...

    Charles PoliquinFebruary 18, 2010
  • Arnold’s Power-Density Mass Tactic

    As Arnold proved—and as you’ll soon discover—Power plus Density equals muscle immensity.

    Steve HolmanFebruary 3, 2010
  • Superhero Shoulder Width

    To get that full development, you need to train the deltoid complex through its full range of motion as well as...

    Steve HolmanJanuary 22, 2010
  • Chest Stress

    Only advanced trainees need six to seven days of rest between bodypart hits.

    John HansenJanuary 19, 2010
  • X-Force Muscle Machinery

    A tilting weight stack that unloads the positive phase and then overloads the negative.

    Steve HolmanJanuary 16, 2010
  • Incline-Pressing Problems

    The clinical verdict on the incline press is that it’s a good exercise, but it requires a little technique modification to...

    Joseph M. Horrigan, D.C.January 13, 2010
  • Arch Nemesis! Pressing Issues

    Wouldn’t you know it: I was set to work shoulders and bi’s the very next day and vowed to forgo the...

    Ron HarrisJanuary 1, 2010