In the following video, Jim Elli from Reactive Training Systems (RTS) discusses cutting, bulking and maintaining weight as a powerlifter. If you compete in powerlifting, or at least train for this, then when should you be going on a cut? When should you bulk up some… and when should you try to maintain your weight. Well, it depends on…
Elliott Hulse from strengthcamp reviews some supplements and gives you his general advice on supplements. My opinion is also included in the post.
For those of you going back to school now, there might be less opportunities to get your training done. This is especially true for athletes. Here are a few quick tips to make it easier on yourself.
A video of my buddy Ant cooking a breakfast burrito and some articles about inflammation, strength training in general, complexes, and grip training!
Good articles published on various lifting sites in the past week (give or take). One article by Jordan Syatt covers some important fat loss and mass gain basics.
A few great articles. One discusses a mobility movement called the Thoracic Bridge and another one describes situations when you DON’T need to deload.
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