This month we hit up James Ellis with multiple Qs. He’s a small-town lifter making his dreams come true in Hollywood. Then Greg Zulak lays out some perfect training splits to heighten your hypertrophy with more grow days. Plus, Mr. America Doug Brignole continues his Muscle Mastery series with the single best mass move for traps and shoulders. And Olympia coverage too.
Steve Holman outlines tactics for blasting new mass with one exercise per muscle—like Super TORQ and 10×10.
James Ellis is a small-town lifter making his dreams come true in Hollywood. Here are his strategies for success.
Is volume the simple size solution? The X-men delve into this controversial subject and explain mass-building variables like rep speed and tension time.
Joe Klemczewski, Ph.D., a.k.a. the Diet Doc, details how sodium and potassium affect your conditioning as you strive to get inside-out shredded.
Greg Zulak outlines innovative ways to structure your workouts for heightened hypertrophy.
How Marek Strojvus dropped 25 pounds of fat in one year and went from round to ripped at 7 percent bodyfat.
One all-out work set per exercise helps you build yours barn-door big and wide. Roger Lockridge takes you on the pain-to-gain ride.
You may be destined for muscular greatness, says Ron Harris, but you’ll never know till you try. Just do it!
Mr. America Doug Brignole gives you the ultimate exercise for each of the three delt heads—and a wicked trap zap too.
It’s saucy Aussie muscle with Melissa Le Man. Whew! Talk about thunder from down under.
The big show in Sin City had Phil Heath bringing the heat and Kai Greene looking lean and gettin’ mean.
No more pencilneck, drop the get-big bomb, and do close, neutral-grip dumbbell bench presses to toast your tri’s.
Ron Noreman, the Nutrition Alchemist, lays out the foundations of a solid supplement program.
Coach Charles Poliquin says, if you want to grow, vary your rep tempo.
Bill Starr’s advanced work for the light, heavy and medium system.
IFBB pro Ben White’s take on sleep, organic food and recovery.
Mr. Natural Olympia John Hansen’s attack on skinny-fat.
Vince Del Monte’s formula for torching fat with combo cardio.
L.T.’s insider report from Vegas and how the 50th Mr. O went down—bigger and better than ever.
Double your energy. Plus, Ron Harris says farewell to squats. What?
Serious Training with Jill Rudison at Gold’s Gym. Also, Iconic Images.
Ruth Silverman highlights the women’s shows at the O. Lots of hot bods!
Eva Marie, size vs. science and old-school inspiration.