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  • Take a Seat to Build Your Calves (But do it safely)

    Common exercises include standard standing calf raises, leg press calf raises and donkey calf raises performed in various toes-in and toes-out...

    Injury & PreventionJoseph M. Horrigan, D.C.December 26, 2008
  • Best Chest Chiseler

    Almost all of the natural bodybuilders I know who have had the chest problem have had great triceps. The two bodyparts...

    ChestPaul BurkeDecember 23, 2008
  • Dead Wrong?

    If you’ve been stubbornly continuing to deadlift despite injuries just because you believe it’s the only path to a better back,...

    BackRon HarrisDecember 20, 2008
  • Any Chump Can Jump!

    Whatever squat and calf program you select, make sure you apply yourself diligently on every rep on every set. Once you...

    BackBill StarrDecember 17, 2008
  • Train – and Rest – to Gain

    Steer clear of those self-styled Internet experts who recommend “high volume, high frequency” overload training to make spectacular gains.

    Goal SettingJerry BrainumDecember 11, 2008
  • Stretch to Etch Muscle Detail

    One problem may be fat in the area. Adipose tissue covering the pecs blurs or negates any detail. You need to...

    ChestSteve HolmanDecember 9, 2008
  • Motion-Transfer Cable Attachment

    If your shoulder and elbow joints are less than perfect or you want to keep them free of stress and injury,...

    Injury & PreventionJohn BalikDecember 8, 2008
  • Rest for Strength

    Unlike numbers of sets and reps, the length of their rest intervals is rarely controlled by weight trainees. While a beginner...

    TrainingCharles PoliquinDecember 8, 2008
  • The Brothers Grimm

    How the Grimm brothers trained in the two workouts I outlined is similar to the way many people train. Let’s look...

    Goal SettingStuart McRobertFebruary 12, 2008
  • Naptime

    You’ve heard it a thousand times—if you want to recover and grow from your training, you need to get enough sleep....

    Injury & PreventionRon HarrisJanuary 31, 2008
  • Body Vibration Therapy

    Almost-Effortless Muscle and Strength Gains: Old Movers and Shakers of Exercise Vindicated by New Vibration Technology

    Product ReviewsJerry BrainumDecember 1, 2006