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  • Endurance Test for Basketball

    Q: To test for aerobic endurance, my son’s high school basketball coach has his players timed on a half-mile run rather...

    Beginning BodybuildingCharles PoliquinSeptember 25, 2011
  • Work Sets to Failure

    Q: I bought your “Real Muscle” and seminar DVDs and your book Natural Bodybuilding. I really enjoyed all of them because...

    LatestJohn HansenSeptember 24, 2011
  • Morning Workouts, Stress and Cortisol

    Q: Working out in the morning would be best for my schedule, but I have zero energy then. Other than getting...

    Beginning BodybuildingCharles PoliquinSeptember 22, 2011
  • Size or Strength Training for Football

    Q: I’m a big fan of your workouts and have purchased most of your e-books. Thanks for all the advice, and...

    LatestSteve HolmanSeptember 21, 2011
  • Best Time for Cardio

    Q: When is it best to do cardio? I’ve tried first thing in the morning before breakfast, but I felt tired...

    LatestSteve HolmanSeptember 18, 2011
  • Y Is an X-Frame Mandatory?

    The ideal in bodybuilding used to be to develop the most exaggerated V-taper possible. The V-taper is essentially the structural epitome...

    Contest PrepRon HarrisSeptember 16, 2011
  • Train Like Jay Cutler

    Q: Two years ago when I was 16 I decided to dedicate 10 years of my life to building a physique...

    Beginning BodybuildingStuart McRobertSeptember 14, 2011
  • Weight Training Following Concussions

    Concussions—also known as mild traumatic brain injuries or mTBI—are a very serious matter. You read or hear about them everywhere these...

    Injury & PreventionJoseph M. Horrigan, D.C.September 13, 2011
  • Inner/Outer-Thigh Machines

    The inner/outer-thigh—a.k.a. adductor/abductor—machine is the result of too many trainees overstretching and spraining knee ligaments by using cables attached to their...

    BodypartJoseph M. Horrigan, D.C.September 12, 2011
  • Jacked Joints and PRP

    Powerlifters and bodybuilders who have trained heavy most of their lifting careers usually end up with joint aches and pains—from shoulders...

    Injury & PreventionBecky HolmanSeptember 9, 2011
  • Train Like Ms. Olympia

    Q: My wife, who’s 27, has recently started bodybuilding. I’d like her to look like a Ms. Olympia competitor. How should...

    LatestStuart McRobertSeptember 7, 2011
  • 10 Tips for Lagging Muscles

    Q: If you were trying to get a stubborn muscle group to grow, what would you list as the top 10...

    BodypartEric BroserSeptember 4, 2011
  • Training for Overweight Teen

    Q: My 15-year-old son is on the chunky side. Would it be best to start with an aerobic base and get...

    Beginning BodybuildingCharles PoliquinSeptember 3, 2011
  • Double Strength Exercises

    Q: If I double my strength in all my exercises, will I double my muscle mass? A: Probably not. Your question...

    LatestStuart McRobertSeptember 2, 2011
  • Do Olympic Lifting Exercises Increase Arm Size?

    Q: Do Olympic-lifting exercises have any value to a bodybuilder in increasing arm size? A: Yes, strange as that may sound....

    ArmsCharles PoliquinSeptember 1, 2011