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Getting big is easy, right, bro? 8-12 reps for hypertrophy -- everyone knows that.

Except that it isn't that simple. Targeted hypertrophy means knowing a bit more about biomechanics and muscle fibers, as well as knowing how to use that information to guide the selection of rep ranges, volume, and rest periods for specific areas of the body.

Don't let the idea of learning all that extra info make your brain melt. Menno Henselmans has it all covered for you in this post.


General Health

What are the Benefits of Full Body Workouts vs Split? -- Eirik Garnas, thePTDC.com

Struggling to Get Fit? Add Potions Before Your Boss Fight. -- Steve Kamb

The Lessons of Peyton Manning -- Scott Abel, T-Nation

The Personal Trainer's Guide to Passive Income -- Mike Samuels

What We're Really Saying When We Discuss Breathing -- Tony Gentilcore


Fat Loss

Is "Starvation Mode" Real or Imaginary? A Critical Look -- Kris Gunnars

Why You Shouldn't Have (Fat Loss) Goals -- Nia Shanks

Obesity Myths: Anyone Can Lose Weight and Success is Measured in Pounds Lost -- Dr. Arya Sharma

The 3 Things that REALLY Drive Fat Loss? -- Josh Hillis



The Big Picture Approach to Muscle -- Bryan Krahn

The 12 Habits of Big Lifters -- Clay Hyght, T-Nation


Strength Training

Turkish Get Ups Make You Awesome -- Dean Somerset, T-Nation

9 Best Deadlift Tips -- Bret Contreras, T-Nation

The Complete Guide to Snatch Movement Prep -- Ryan Brown, JTS Strength

How to Use Your Lats for the Squat, Bench Press, and Deadlift -- Jordan Syatt

What To Do When an Exercise is Causing Pain or Injury -- Bret Contreras



Hashimoto's and Diet: What To Eat And What To Avoid -- Brooke Larson, GGS

Chocolate and all of its benefits: More specifically cocoa extract -- Sol Orwell, Examine

10 Laws of Meatball Mastery -- Eric Cressey