Can You Get Strong With Just Self-Resistance and Dynamic Tension?

This is just a quick post where I'm going to share the results of some experimentation and ask a question I think a lot of people might have been wondering about. That question: 'can you get strong with just dynamic tension and self-resistance?'. Let's find out...

What is Self-Resistance/Dynamic Tension?

Self-resistance is the process of providing resistance for your … Continue Reading ››

A Guide to Increasing Flexibility: Eliminate Pain, Increase Agility and Improve Your Physique

Here's an admission: I used to think that stretching was for little girls… I have always been interested in performance, strength and fitness, but for some reason flexibility just didn't appeal. The splits look cool, but are they really worth the hours of stretching? When you could be lifting? And I was especially sure of … Continue Reading ››

A Biceps Workout in Comic Book Form: BICEPS DEVASTATION

Hey guys, just a little motivation/experimentation for a Monday morning! Instead of a video workout, today I thought I'd try drawing a workout in comic book form. Hopefully it's a quick and colourful way to portray a routine. This one is a short and highly intense workout for biceps that should take about 30 minutes and leave … Continue Reading ››

How Your Training Program Could be More Awesome

I'm sure your workout routine is great and all, but there's a good chance you could make it a lot better. Even if it's technically working; if you're like the vast majority of people, then you're missing the mark in a few major ways. Most workout routines miss out entire muscle groups, they mimic the techniques … Continue Reading ››

An In-Depth Guide to Using Brain Training That Actually Works

Brain plasticity states that our brain can change shape in response to training. That means, that if you sew on a regular basis, you will gradually increase the size of the brain regions responsible for sewing. Likewise, if you are constantly doing maths, the brain areas responsible for short-term memory and abstract reasoning will get … Continue Reading ››