Contrary to the muscle rags, abbreviated training has its place in your muscle building repertoire.
Many forms of abbreviated training were used by the old-school lifters. Legends like J.C. Hise, Mark Berry and Peary Rader advocated abbreviated training protocols.
In this audio we break down abbreviated training and why it should have a place in your routines.
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No other subject in weight training is more confusing to people than nutrition – and in particular supplementation.
In this audio, we take a look and some of the myths, lies and truths about supplements. In addition, we tell you what to take and why. Check out the audio and get a complete education on supplements.
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One question I’m asked over and over again is how to train effectively when your pushing 40 and beyond.
As you get older training methods need to be adjusted to compensate for a decrease in recovery ability and human growth hormone.
No, it doesn’t mean heavy training has to be abandoned…volume has to be controlled instead.
In this audio, I answer the many questions I’ve been asked about training when your pushing 40 and beyond.
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Here’s a special audio on how the strongest man in the world, Paul Anderson, trained during his heyday.
Anderson was a Olympic champion and is in the Guiness Book of World Records for many of his lifts.
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