Try This Resistance Band Training Circuit!

Welcome to another quarantine edition of the blog here!  I hope you’re all staying safe and inside.  Remember, the sooner the curve flattens, the sooner those gyms open back up.  In the meantime, here’s a brand new workout designed by yours truly, consisting entirely of resistance bands.  But before I show you this routine, here’s aContinue reading “Try This Resistance Band Training Circuit!”

Six Ways To Work Through Isolation

So in the last 24 hours, Social Distancing protocols are officially extended until April 30th.  That’s certain to put a damper on a lot of things for many of you who might be reading this.  Whatever plans you might’ve made in advance that involve a social gathering of sorts will most likely be postponed.  WereContinue reading “Six Ways To Work Through Isolation”

Stuck Without A Gym? Try This!

How’s everybody?  If you’re reading this I really do hope you’re safe and healthy. If you’re living anywhere in New York (state and city), New Jersey or Connecticut, then you know by now that all three of these states have ordered that all gyms and fitness centers are to close indefinitely, possibly for the nextContinue reading “Stuck Without A Gym? Try This!”

Variations In Band Pull Apart Tempo

Resistance Bands.  It’s been not even a year since I last wrote about the benefits of these amazing contraptions popularized by Louie Simmons and the boys at Westside Barbell, including but not limited to continued tension throughout an exercise and compartmentalization, as you can take them everywhere you go.  I even offered a few exercisesContinue reading “Variations In Band Pull Apart Tempo”

Full Body Training – More Than Just A Start Point For Beginners!

  Go ahead and take a look at your favorite Bodybuilder.  Go online or look at his interview in the latest Muscle And Fitness or Muscular Development magazine to find how he’s training for his next competition and more times than not, you’ll find that he’s using a split routine consisting of chest and backContinue reading “Full Body Training – More Than Just A Start Point For Beginners!”

Power Cleans And Mobility Loss: Starting Strength – Phase 2

Welcome to the latest article in my Rebuild Series.  If you haven’t read my previous article yet, I restarted my training just six weeks ago, after a torn cartilage in my right wrist put me on the shelf for three months.  My program of choice was the very popular Starting Strength template, created by former PowerlifterContinue reading “Power Cleans And Mobility Loss: Starting Strength – Phase 2”

The Rebuild Begins: Starting Strength – Phase 1

  Welcome to an article I’ve been wanting to write for a while.  Not only is this my first review of any training model, but here we’ll be tackling a modern day classic in old school barbell training that’s equally as simplistic as it is effective.  Futhermore, I had the opportunity to give this templateContinue reading “The Rebuild Begins: Starting Strength – Phase 1”

Bill Kazmaier’s Bench Press Routine

Welcome to my first article of the new year, as well as my latest history lesson!  Today we will be discussing the one and only Bill Kazmaier.  There’s so man y aspects of Bill that I can get into, because that fact of the matter is he’s done it all.  Anything you can think ofContinue reading “Bill Kazmaier’s Bench Press Routine”

Brandon Lilly Visits Savage City Strength – October 29th, 2017

About thirty people, maybe a little more, showed up in a torrential downpour on a Sunday morning to meet Powerlifter and Cube Method innovator Brandon Lilly at Savage City Strength in Hillsborough, NJ.  All I can say was it was absolutely worth it.  He covered a lot of ground, from lifting technique, to his updatedContinue reading “Brandon Lilly Visits Savage City Strength – October 29th, 2017”