Tag Archives: Lifting weights
In which Hugh Jackman deadlifts 400-pounds to remind us that he does, in fact, lift, Bro. And he lifts an impressive […]
I know exactly what you’re thinking: ‘The deadlift is the easiest lift ever. You just pick the weight up off the ground, and boom –
This man is 70-years-old. SEVENTY...years old...shrugging 120-pound dumbbells. Holy shit.
Tired of being top-heavy? Bored of being called ‘chicken legs’? Frustrated by useless calf development?
It’s happening. Your worst fears are being realized, and you’re about to hit a workout plateau.
Dwayne Johnson arms, coming right up!
Working out is awesome. We get bigger, stronger and more attractive, doing something we love – lifting weights. That said, bodybuilding isn’t always easy.
Wolverine. Superman. Captain America. In our generation’s take on superhero films, main characters are becoming more badass than ever, and it’s awesome.
Lifting weights is better with a gym buddy at your side. Or so says Dom Mazzetti.
It’s common knowledge that lifting weights will build muscle mass – but few lifters understand exactly how it works.
Strong man is strong.
In today’s society, fitness and nutrition myths are a dime a dozen.
Zydrunas Savickas. Strong. Lift heavy stuff. Eat protein. Break world records made by puny sissy boys.
The comments on YouTube are ablaze, accusing 6' 6", 285lb, Olathe South football player Braden Smith of taking steroids. One guy, named Marty Forkwarter even said, "i
Defensive tackle Breiden Fehoko is only a junior at Governor Wallace Rider Farrington High School in Honolulu, Hawaii. But he lifts, Bro. The 6'3", 275-pound
October has been a good month for college football strength and conditioning coach videos.
In my last article, I said you need to EAT to GROW. And this is true. But you also need to
I'm stunned this didn't end with the the Sultans Gym scene from "Final Destination 3."
He may not be utilizing more than three percent of his chest muscles but let's get down to brass tacks: you simply cannot find a
For years I have been trying to figure out why I have seen some of the same people in the gym not making any progress