How to Get A Body Like Christian Bale in American Psycho

Would you like to look like Christian Bale in American Psycho? I don’t know about you…but I certainly would! His body is a perfect example of the ideal Hollywood physique. Broad shoulders, a powerful chest and a slim waist with a six pack. Not only will girls drool over you at the beach, but you’ll […]

Kinobody Warrior Shredding Program Review – Scam or Legit eBook?

I rarely recommend fat loss eBooks because they are generally just over-priced garbage. The Warrior Shredding Program one is an exception. This PDF contains all the information you’ll ever need in order to lose fat. You could spend countless hours searching for the same information for free on the internet. But remember, you’ll never get […]

The Isolation Exercise Mistake Almost Everyone Makes

Happy New Year! (If you’re reading this later in the year don’t worry, everything still applies to you.) If you didn’t quite reach your fitness goals in 2015, there is no better time to start than now. Sure, New Year’s resolutions are silly and most people will quit. But every year some percentage of the […]

How to Boost Your Strength by Taking a Break

Today we’re going to look at rest times. Specifically, how long you should rest between sets. This is a topic that’s often overlooked by people starting out in the gym. On the other hand some experts take it to an extreme in my opinion. You don’t need to measure your exact rest times between every […]

How to Build a Massive Chest and Look Like a Badass

I am writing this on a Monday which means that it’s “International Chest Day”. Gyms everywhere are filled with people benching and doing various types of flies. Personally I usually train the Overhead-Press on a Monday to avoid having to wait for a bench to be available. But that’s not important to you. What is important to […]

How to Avoid Muscle Imbalances And Stay Injury-Free (Injury Prevention Part 5)

This is part 5 of our injury prevention series. You can read all the other posts in the series here. Reading the other posts first is a good idea but not completely necessary. You can read this series in any order you want. Just make sure you do read all the posts and then apply […]

Don’t Stress About Minor Details (Focus on What Truly Matters)

People in the fitness industry are obsessive. Going to the gym and eating a healthy diet is very important but it shouldn’t become your whole life. At some point people seem to lose sight of why they started going to the gym in the first place. Maybe you want to lose weight and gain muscle […]

The Most Dangerous Exercise Mistakes You Might Be Making (Injury Prevention Part 3)

In part 1 we covered the basics of injury prevention. Part 2 is a general discussion about corret (or acceptable) technique. Part 2 also briefly covers why you absolutely must film your training. If you haven’t read the previous parts you should do that before continuing here. In this post you will find out what […]

The Importance of Technique in Injury Prevention (Part 2)

Since proper technique is the most important aspect we’ll start with it. It is sad how badly most people perform basic exercises. Gyms everywhere are filled with bad technique and worse advice. The only reason people don’t constantly get injured is because they aren’t using enough weight to make much damage. Don’t get me wrong […]

Injury Prevention 101: How To Stop Injuries When Lifting Weights (Part 1)

While some people seem to hurt themselves constantly in the gym lifting weights should actually be very safe. Lifting weights is a lot safer than any contact sport. The key difference is that everything you do in the weight room is planned. Nothing unexpected should ever happen. The same can’t be said about most sports. […]