Be Like Bruce Lee, My Friend (or How to Stick to Your Training)

There's a famous interview with Bruce Lee where he describes his philosophy of his life. As he was most notable for his martial arts and movies, he applied this mindset to everything. He was truly a man of deep reverence by his peers, the public, and an ever-growing audience from every generation to this day. … Continue reading Be Like Bruce Lee, My Friend (or How to Stick to Your Training)

The Best Body Part Split for You: A Reader’s Question

I get some great questions about training, nutrition, recovery, and motivation from readers. Many of these questions are common among you so I'd like to answer some right here for all to benefit from. Here is an email I received from Nick. He has a few concerns about training splits. Hey Brad,This is a little … Continue reading The Best Body Part Split for You: A Reader’s Question

The Lost Art of Deep Work in the Gym

I guarantee that I can take most individuals who are on a quest for more muscle and a leaner physique and multiply their progress several times over within several weeks. I don't like the word guarantee very much and avoid mentioning this overused term, but this is a time I can confidently expouse that infamous … Continue reading The Lost Art of Deep Work in the Gym

New Leg Training Routine for My Bad Knee

My leg training has been mostly successful for the past few weeks. However, as with all things it can get a bit stale. Always willing to change, I once again shifted gears and came up with another knee-friendly leg routine. What's different? I didn't reinvent the wheel or anything, but I did throw in two … Continue reading New Leg Training Routine for My Bad Knee