Progressive overload is numero uno (translation: number 1) when it comes to packing on muscle and strength. You have to do more over time to continue getting bigger, stronger, and more powerful. I don’t intend on exploding anyone’s brains over this concept, but after watching how people choose to train on a daily basis over …

If you’re still obliterating a muscle group each day of the week in your training, you’re way behind the times in terms of training science. That’s how all of the bodybuilders and muscle magazines had us training through the 80’s, 90’s, and early 2000’s, and why so many of us ended up still skinny, …

I’m 35 years old. I’ve had both knees and a shoulder reconstructed. I have a bad hip and herniated disks in my neck. I wrestled year round from the time I was 9 or 10 years old through college, with average genetics at best, so I tried to out work and out train everyone …