Article Blasts from the Past!

Recently behind the scenes we’ve really stepped up the content side of things. We’ve recruited lots of new writers and have many articles in development as we speak. The short term aim is to release a brand new, high quality article each and every week and we’re not too far from being able to do that, watch this space!

In the mean time, whilst several articles are coming to fruition we wanted to remind you of some of the very good articles we have on the site which you may have forgotten about or not even read yet.

In April of this year we redesigned the site from the ground up and since then we’ve been importing all of the previously published articles from the old site. This takes a long time and to date we have imported 105 out of 250.

Below are 15 articles (in no particular order) that have been recently imported into the site which we wanted to highlight as quality reads.

Enjoy and we look forward to bringing you many brand new articles shortly!

 Fish Oil - Just The Facts

Fish Oil – Just The Facts

Alan Aragon – September 16, 2007

Fish oil has been labeled with having the potential for improving cardiovascular health and even reducing bodyfat. Literally everything you could possibly want to know about this source of omega-3 fatty acids is detailed in this article. Read more…


Mastering the Deadlift

Mastering the Deadlift

Chip Conrad – November 14th, 2006

The medical community denounces it strongly while its street credibility grows through word of mouth and proven results. A deadlift should be a part of anyone’s Basic Lifting 101, so man up and pick that weight up from the floor. Read more…


Protein Power

Protein Power

Tony Gentilcore – October 5th, 2006

What is it? What are the different types? What are its roles? When are the ideal times to ingest it? How do dietary requirements differ between individuals who are trying to shed body fat as compared to those who or trying to add mass or who are involved in athletics? Read more…


Getting to know the squat

Getting to know the squat

Mike Robertson – September 4, 2006

If you’re serious about your strength, physique or physical prowess in general, the squat is arguably the best lift you can learn to perform in the gym. Simply put, there are a plethora of reasons you should start squatting TODAY even if you’ve never tried them before. Read more…


Big Bad Bands

Big Bad Bands

Eric Cressey– August 3rd, 2006

It’s imperative for all lifters to have an extensive toolbox from which to draw when it comes to building size and strength. That’s where bands can be a great resource to take your training to the next level. Read more…



The Carbohydrate Conundrum

The Carbohydrate Conundrum

Tony Gentilcore– August 3rd, 2006

What role do carbohydrates play in your diet? What are they? What are the different types? Are carbohydrates “needed” in the diet? How are they metabolized? And most importantly, how can they be optimized to enhance performance and promote lean muscle gain? Read more…


Methods of Max Effort - Part 1

Methods of Max Effort – Part 1 | Methods of Max Effort – Part 2

Dave Tate– February 18th, 2006

The max effort methods have been discussed many times over the past 10 years, from different weekly phases and training cycles as well as different loading patterns. This article will discuss some of the different ways to employ maximal methods into your training. Read Part 1 and Part 2


You are what you eat

You are what you eat – Part 1 | You are what you eat – Part 2

Tony Gentilcore– January 8th, 2006

You literally are only as good as the foods you put in your mouth. If you’re training hard, but eating poorly, then your gains will be significantly restricted. Learn how to choose the right foods as Tony breaks down carbohydrates, protein and fat in detail. Read Part 1 and Part 2



The Top 5 Exercises To Blast Your Triceps

The Top 5 Exercises To Blast Your Triceps

Maki Riddington– December 19th, 2005

In order to build impressive triceps you have to understand which exercises give you the best bang for your buck. Read on to uncover the top 5 exercises that will explode your triceps into new growth and strength. Read more…



The Top 25 Ways to Pack on Serious Mass

The Top 25 Ways to Pack on Serious Mass – Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

Anthony Ricciuto – August 14th, 2005

25 Key Nutritional Principles for putting on serious muscle. For all the lightweight lifters out there looking to go up a class, or you mass monsters looking to put on yet more size, this will definitely get you on your way to some serious mass! Read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3



The Ten Commandments to Becoming a Magnificent Mass Monster

The Ten Commandments to Becoming a Magnificent Mass Monster

Tony Gentilcore– July 14th, 2005

There’s all this fuss about Moses writing the 10 Commandments as we all know them, but if Tony could go back in time, he would have him write The 10 Commandments to Becoming a Magnificent Mass Monster.Read more…



7 Habits of Highly Effective Nutritional Programs

7 Habits of Highly Effective Nutritional Programs

Dr. John Berardi– September 9th, 2004

These aren’t the newest techniques from the latest cutting-edge plan. Rather, they are simple, time-tested, no nonsense habits that you need to get into when designing a good eating program. Read more…



Baby Got Back

Baby Got Back

MariAnne Anderson– February 18th, 2006

Not only does a well-developed back look impressive from all angles, taking a balanced approach to back development can ward off injuries and promote good posture. We also chuck in the back got back routine – a fool proof plan for a huge back! Read more…



Wannabebig 1.1 - An Improved Routine

Wannabebig 1.1 – An Improved Routine

Maki Riddington– June 11th, 2007

After six years of feedback and many positive testimonies, the Wannabebig routine is being revamped. The new and improved version of our original Wannabebig routine, complete with video clips for each and every exercise! Read more…



Up Your Bench Press 30lbs in 30 days!

Up Your Bench Press 30lbs in 30 days!

Christopher Mason – January 26th, 2009

With the right combination of proper training, diet, rest, and supplementation you can increase your bench press 30lbs in 30 day – drug-free, and that includes experienced trainees. Now we have you interested huh? If you’re game, read on… Read more…


Written by Daniel Clough

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