Diet and Nutrition

Training

Contrast Training for Size

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Contrast training is a unique way to optimize results. Read this article by Lee Boyce about how to incorporate it into your training to pack on lean muscle mass. Read More »

Bench Like a Girl

We can all take cues from how most women strength train to enhance the safety and efficacy of our own training. Julia Ladewski shows the way in this article. Read More »

Some Thoughts on Building a Big Pull

If I’m known for anything beyond my company (AtLarge Nutrition – www.atlargenutrition.com) and training advice it would have to be my above average deadlift. No, I won’t be pulling 1,015 lbs from the floor anytime soon like Benedikt Magnusson, but I have pulled 775 lbs. Read More »

Shoulders Like Boulders

On occasion, I do receive more open-ended requests, such as those from trainees who simply send pictures and ask for a routine that addresses what I judge to be their weak points. More often than not, what I send back to them isn’t the latest “pecs and biceps” routine but something to bring up lagging shoulders. Read More »

Enhance your Strength Training with Kettlebells

When most people think of kettlebells, they usually think of exercises such as swings, snatches, cleans, and jerks, but the kettlebell can be used for a variety of other moves as well. Kettlebells are a great tool for building work capacity, power, strength, and even endurance using a set of classic exercises. Read More »