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TOP 10 STRENGTH TRAINING ARTICLES

based on comprehensiveness, their resonance, and/or their enduring character

 

Periodization: Still The Best Way

Kettlebells Are A Blast - If You're Careful 

Weights For Kids 

Forget Heavy, Think Effort:  Muscle Fiber Activation & Rep Range

Intensity, What Is It?  Intensity, Failure,
 Rep Range, Muscular Endurance, Specificity

Volume Threshold in Muscle Building
 (1 Set vs. 3 Sets)

Same Day Weights & Aerobics
 More Efficient and More Productive

Study: Light & Heavy Weights Equally Effective for Building Muscle -
Specificity Principle Prevails for Strength

Training Frequency: 
 Twice a Week, Four, Six?
 
The No-Nonsense Way To Build Strength

 
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3.   Keep That Spring (explosive strength movements help)  
5.   Guru of Quantum Strength (sports-scientist practices what he preaches)
8. 
Periodization: Still The Best Way
15. Peak Shape - at 60 (with 4 new photos)
21. One Set Or Many Sets?
22. New Evidence on Sets Controversy
23. Soreness, What Does It Mean?
29. A HIT Manifesto
34. Lift Slow or Lift Fast, That Is The Question 
44. HIT Advocate Stops Training To Failure - And Gains!  
47. The Hardest Situp  
48. The Price Of Overtraining  
49. A Small Experiment with Chin-Ups (Synaptic Facilitation) 
51. Power Hooks and Powerpins:  Terrific Little Lifting Tools  
59. Father of Aerobics Pumps More Iron 
62. Pavel's Ladder - Follow up to Article 49 on Chin-Ups  
63. Sticking Point?  Try Fractional Plates
64. Potpourri:  High Protein Diets, Metabolism & Lifting Belts 
65. The Russian Kettlebell Challenge 
66. Lift Slow or Say No? 
72. Kettlebells Are A Blast - If You're Careful 
74. Lifting Wisdom From Tommy Kono (Commentary) 
75. Squats:  Full or Parallel? 
76. Matt Furey's Royal Court of Bodyweight Exercises 
80. The Warrior Diet & Workout  
87. Experiment/Change by Laszlo  
104. Weights and Arthritis - Good & Bad 
108. Dangers of Heavy Lifting - Laszlo Talks Back to The Wall Street Journal
119.
Weights For Kids 
143. Tommy Kono Knee Bands Trial 
144.  Training in Strange or Unusual Circumstances 
145. The Forest and The Trees 
163. Hardgainer Publisher (Stuart McRobert) Writes Magnum Opus 
167.
Biomarkers - Has this book stood the test of time?
177. Overly-Strict Training Is a Motivation Killer 
192.
Weight Training Reverses Almost 40 years of Molecular Aging - in Six Months
203. Athletes Winning Over Age
207. Evidence of Anti-Aging Power of Exercise (Telomeres & Special Role of Strength Training)
221. Get Weird and Get Wired - Unusual lifts
222. Aerobics Marks 40-Year Anniversary
228.  Legacy of Iron
228. 
Brooks Kubik Story:  The Story Behind Legacy of Iron
230. Forget Heavy, Think Effort:  Muscle Fiber Activation & Rep Range  
235.
Aerobics, Do You Need It? Complete Fitness in 12 Minutes a Week
237.
Too Much Sitting Is Risky - Even For People Who Train
239.
McGuff's Brief Muscular Effort and Maffetone's Slow Aerobics, Never the Twain Shall Meet?
246. Strength and Fitness Fight Cancer Independently
251.
New York Times Gets Lifting Right - Almost  (Progressive Resistance Without Progress)
252.
Lifting With Effort - Many Ways 
254.
Legacy of Iron:  Clouds of War [The Legacy book becomes a series] 
260.
Aerobics Combats Mental Decline, Once-weekly Lifting Improves Cognitive Skills
264. More Support For Effort-Based Training - Even Light Resistance Builds Muscle If Lifted To Failure
275.
  Strength Training Good For The Brain
281. Light Weights Build Muscle - Study Provides Proof
282.
Combined Strength & Endurance Training Best for Heart
283.
Change Your Lifestyle, Change Your Life
284.
Big Tummies Cause Diabetes
287.
Combination - Weights and Aerobics - Best for Diabetics
297.
Pre-Workout Snacks Increase Calorie and Fat Burn
302.
Bending The Aging Curve (Book Commentary): Using Exercise to Keep Us Young and Fit
303.
Miller's Masterpiece (Commentary) and Article: Olympic Weightlifting: For Athletes and Non-Athletes, Young and Old
309.
Cross-Training Doesn't Work - Unless it's Weight Training
310.
Intensity, What Is It?  Intensity, Failure, Rep Range, Muscular Endurance, Specificity
311.
One More for Effort Based Training
312.
Volume Threshold in Muscle Building (1 Set vs. 3 Sets)
314.
One Rep Max (1RM) Meaningless for Most People (How much you can lift once and for reps is fixed)
315.
Aerobic Exercise Beats Weights for Reducing Belly Fat
318.
Resistance Training Helps Keep the Brain Fit
319.
Fatigue-Pump-Not Necessary for Strength Gains
322.
Strength Training Builds Endurance!
323.
Muscle Carries Aerobic Punch
324.
Resistance Training Builds Muscle--and Mitochondria
327.
Chaos Training
338.
Same Day Weights & Aerobics More Efficient and More Productive
339.
Physical Activity - All Kinds - Boosts Brain Power (Running - Weight Training - Washing Dishes)
340.
Study: Light & Heavy Weights Equally Effective for Building Muscle - Specificity Principle Prevails for Strength
342.
No Such Thing As Cardio!
343.
Strength Training or Aerobics, Which is Best to Prevent Diabetes & Cognitive Decline?
346.
Muscle Talk: The Metabolic Benefits of High Intensity Exercise
349.
 Is Aerobic Training Best For Fat/Weight Loss?
351.
  Maximize Calorie Burn with Weight Intervals: Short, Hard Series Beats Traditional Wt. Training 
352.  Training Frequency: Twice a Week, Four, Six?
358.
Remembering Roger Wright - A Deeper Look into Value of Weight Training  
359.
Total Conditioning the Arthur Jones/Nautilus Way
360.
The No-Nonsense Way To Build Strength
369.
Take Charge Austin Conference a Huge Success
372.
Fitness Fights Cancer 
375.
 Testosterone Replacement Ups Heart & Stroke Risk by 30% - Study Warrants Caution - Lifestyle in Action  
377.
Fast-Twitch Muscle Fights Fat and Aging Metabolism
385. Quality Weight Loss for Seniors:  Forget Body Mass, Think Muscle Mass for Longevity 
387.
Weights Pump Up Sex Hormones in Muscles of Older Men 
388.
  About HDL "Good Cholesterol" 
391.
Marvelous Mechanisms of the Heart - Strength Training's Unique Benefits
393.
 How Much Exercise Is Too Much? My Once-a-Week Weight Routine
398.
Trained Muscle Protects the Brain against Stress-Induced Depression
403.
Intensity Matters at the Molecular Level - Adaptation Correlates with Intensity
406.
Weight Training Key to Controlling Belly Fat; Effort May be Main Factor   
408.
Exercise Adds Years--Exploring the Limits

429.
Top Marathoner Turns to Bodybuilding
433.
Unique Longevity Benefits from Strength Training
434.
Muscle Growth Comes Only After Damage Repair
435.
Dick Winett Finds Resistance Bands Useful
440.
Exercise Non-Responders Respond to Change
449.
Resistance Training Stands Alone Against Metabolic Syndrome
454.
Challenge Your Mind and Your Muscles
460.
Strength Training for Life: Benefits Beyond Muscle (New in January)
474.
Strength & Aerobic Fitness Combine to Reduce Depression and Stave Off Heart Disease Death (New in October)

 

 

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