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Five Habits of Defective Squatters

by Mike Robertson It pains me to see ugly squats. Seriously. Physical pain, nausea, and nervous ticks all occur when I see the average gym goer hit the iron and try to squat. The only thing I can imagine being worse are the clowns who still hang out in the Smith machine so they can […]

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Five Reasons You’re Still Skinny

by Mike Robertson Let’s clear this up right away: you are not a “hardgainer.” Please stop using the term; it’s so self-defeating. And let’s face it, if you call yourself a hardgainer it’s pretty fair to say you’ve given up on yourself. At the very least you’ve already assumed that’s it going to be ridiculously […]

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Baby Got Back

by MariAnne Anderson This was article was inspired from a conversation I had with Erik Ledin, CSCS, CISSN (Lean Bodies Consulting) a while back. A massive back is a beautiful thing. Like Michelangelo’s statue of David, it is a work of art. Some of the greatest bodybuilders – Ronnie Coleman, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dorian Yates – […]

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Eating for Massive Size and Strength

by Christopher Mason If one were to poll strength trainees nearly all of them would tell you that testosterone is the most important hormone for size and strength. Testosterone’s importance cannot be argued, but insulin rivals it in terms of results in the gym and plays an even more crucial role in overall health. Insulin’s […]

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Nutrient Timing – When Science and Marketing Collide

by Daniel Roberts Whether you’re a bodybuilder, powerlifter, strongman or general strength athlete, there’s an established wisdom about eating and training which never fails – you need a high protein (roughly 1-2g/lb of lean bodyweight), nutrient-dense diet that meets the calorific needs of progressive overload training. The best training methodologies and diets weren’t created in […]

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To Bulk or to Cut, That is the Question

by Daniel Roberts If you spend any time on the Wannabebig Forums, you’ll run into that perennial plea for help – ‘Should I bulk or cut?’ Chances are that when someone throws himself at the mercy of other members, they do not have a frame of reference from which to make an objective call. Thus, […]

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Iron Cardio

By: Marc Lobliner Scenario One: The clanging of Olympic plates, the grunting from a lifter completing a challenging set, the feel of oxidized iron on the palms of your hands. . . . If these are a few of your favorite things, then you’re a bonified weightlifting enthusiast. Scenario Two: The whirling of the treadmill, […]

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