training

Curl and Fly Tweaks: Advance Your Chest and Biceps Training

by Menno Henselmans There are two reasons why people do the exercises they do (or most anything else really). Number one is that someone told them to. They picked it from some magazine’s list of chest exercises, copied it from some big guy or got told “Hey, bro, check this exercise out!”. Reason number two…

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What type of cardio is right for me?

                    Why is it that cardio is always the hot topic of fitness discussion and seems to be the fix all solution to burning fat? As we have all learned and we have written about in the past that cardio is not the fix all solution…

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The Cardio Comedown

It’s a fact. Looking good naked requires visible abs. Abs are man’s aphrodisiac, the center of your physique and one of the few muscles that chicks actually care about. That’s just the way it is. So, how do we get visible abs? One of the arguably most popular answers that come to mind is ‘cardio’…

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Anatomy of the shoulder press

        “Properly performed, full-range-of-motion barbell exercises are essentially the functional expression of human skeletal and muscular anatomy under a load.” Mark Rippetoe The press is another of those exercises that can be used to develop strength and musculature in a variety of muscles. Along with the bench press, the shoulder press should…

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Anatomy of a deadlift

        Steps to heavenly technique Very few exercises stimulate growth like the deadlift does. As well as being one of the main exercises used as a benchmark of overall strength, the deadlift is relatively simple to execute and a big strength and mass builder! Unfortunately, it is also one of the exercises…

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