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Simple and Quick Dumbbell Arm Workout

Someone recently wrote to me about different training techniques and touched on one I’ve known for a while now and recently revisited. If you’re at all familiar with Steve Holman and Jonathan Lawson from the old Ironman Magazine days you’ll know they popularized the POF system. That is the Positions of Flexion training technique. I […]

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How to Properly Progress Your Workouts

One of the age-old questions in the world of working out is: How do I progress my workouts? Or how does one go about training progression? It’s an honest question that deserves a bit of clarification from all of the frustrating noise out there. You may have come across such notions as chasing the pump, […]

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3 Things to Lockdown Before Buying More Supplements

The following is a guest post from Michael Gregory. More about Michael below. Supplements reign supreme in our current age of quick fixes and “overnight successes.” I’m going to tell you 3 very obvious things when it comes to your journey to a better body before buying more supplements. I’m betting that you’ll shake your […]

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My Favorite Supplements for More Lean Muscle

As someone who isn’t into supplements all that much (I prefer real food any day) some really do help me with recovery and performance. These are my favorite supplements for more lean muscle, energy, and overall recovery. Since I still love to go to the gym and get in some intense sessions I know that […]

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Basic But Effective Chest and Back Workout

Simple is in. Minimalism is the new buzz word floating around and I for one have always been a fan before it was trendy. Most problems have simple answers (not easy, but simple). Your training should be no different. This basic but effective chest and back workout possesses that principle. It’s not hard to see […]

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Build Muscle with the Skinny Advantage

In this new Breaking Muscle Podcast host Tom MacCormick and I discuss genetics, muscle gain for the drug-free lifter, filtering information, and my favorite way to train to build muscle as quickly as possible. Check out the podcast here.

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Build Your Best Physique Weeks 13 to 18

If you’ve been following along for the past few months you’re well entrenched in the Build Your Best Physique programs weeks 1 to 6 and weeks 7 to 12. If it’s been working for you and you’ve enjoyed the program then by all means don’t change a thing. Keep going. But if you’re ready to […]

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Build Your Best Physique Weeks 7 to 12

So by now you’ve been on the first six weeks of the Build Your Best Physique Program (weeks 1 to 6). You should have a firm grasp of the basics and have built a bit of a foundation of strength. By focusing on the big compound movements for six weeks and taken either a break […]

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Your Training Should Be Generic (Not Complicated)

What does it take to get a college degree? How do you improve your distance while running? How can you gain more muscle or lose body fat? The answers to these questions aren’t all that complicated. Concepts such as putting in the hours, having focus, and possessing discipline, consistency, and a hard-work ethic are just […]

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Build Your Best Physique Weeks 1 to 6

If you’re needing a new beginning, coming back to training after a long layoff, or are 30 or 40 something and want to follow a no B.S. plan then this is for you. We’ve already listed a few principles to establish a foundation, but now it’s time to get down to business. The following program […]