Strength Training

37 Exercises You Can Do with a Kettlebell for a Full Body Workout at Home

37 Exercises You Can Do with a Kettlebell for a Full Body Workout at Home

There will be days you simply don’t want to go to the gym. I understand, and I’ve been there. That’s why I put together this video of 37 exercises you can do from the comfort of your own home. Working out at home alleviates the […]

Five Tips for Mastering the Deadlift and Getting Stronger Than All of Your Friends

Five Tips for Mastering the Deadlift and Getting Stronger Than All of Your Friends

The five tips below are excerpts from my book, Deadlift Mastery. If you find this article helpful and would like to download a copy of the book, click here to get a $10 off coupon. My math ain’t great, but I reckon’ that’s 100% off. Here is […]

How to Design Your Own Strength Training Program Like a Pro

How to Design Your Own Strength Training Program Like a Pro

The Pareto principle, or the 80-20 rule, states that 80% of your results will come from 20% of your efforts. In other words, your most important task will yield nearly all of your results. This principle is often emphasized in the business and sales world, […]

Three Ways to Build a Bigger Bench Press

Three Ways to Build a Bigger Bench Press

This one will be short and sweet. There’s no time to waste when it comes to making gains. 1. Hit the Bench More Often A wise man once said, “To press a lot you have to press a lot.” Meaning, there’s a strong correlation between […]

Want Your Kid to Be a Professional Athlete?

Want Your Kid to Be a Professional Athlete?

Nearly 90% of players drafted in this year’s NFL Draft played multiple sports in high school. The team over at Tracking Football, a site for compiling data on high school athletes, put together a really interesting graphic after the most recent NFL Draft came to […]

Mastering the Deadlift: The Book

Mastering the Deadlift: The Book

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Beginner Strength Training: Exercises for Strong, Toned, and Athletic Legs

Beginner Strength Training: Exercises for Strong, Toned, and Athletic Legs

Sure, the barbell squat and deadlift are superior exercises when it comes to developing strength, power, and building muscle. There’s only one problem with them – learning how. The squat and deadlift are both extremely technical, difficult to learn, and intimidating for most beginners. If […]

20 Resources for a Healthy, Happy, and Successful 2016

20 Resources for a Healthy, Happy, and Successful 2016

“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.” – Carl Sagan I’ll spare you a long-winded introduction by simply saying thank you to all of the people/websites on this list. They all have influenced me in one way or another throughout 2015, and I wish […]

10 Simple Exercises for Massive Arm Gains

10 Simple Exercises for Massive Arm Gains

The road to bigger arms is a lot more simple than you may think. It takes time, effort, and constant progression. There are a few things to know before we dive into the exercises: Compound movements are king, even for arm development. Pulling and pressing […]

Slow and Steady Wins the Race – A Case for Instinctual Training

Slow and Steady Wins the Race – A Case for Instinctual Training

Every coach in the strength world, including myself, agrees that compound movements reign supreme in terms of strength and muscle development. You’ve heard me say plenty of times that if you want serious results you need to be squatting and deadlifting, and that still stands. […]