Monthly Archives: November 2010

WEAK: Five Lifting Problems Solved!

All too often, I get a new sob story from fellow gym rats complaining about the pain that they’re in. They claim they’re doing everything right: pressing before flies, static stretching between sets, jogging for five minutes on the treadmill before they hit the weights, drinking a liter of water during their workout…all the good […]

Unilateral Hypertrophy – Killing it One Leg at a Time: Part 2

In my previous article, I talked about the importance of single leg training and how it can reduce spinal compression, increase stabilizer activity, hit the glutes, tax the adductors, and hammer the core. Having absorbed all that, you should already be convinced that single leg training should be an integral part of your programming.  Nonetheless, […]