Jason Nu has been an absolute pleasure to work with. He’s a perfect example of what putting in consistent work will do for your body. He’s put on a few pounds of muscle while keep his weight at 178 lbs, and has been making steady strength gains for the past few months. Click here to…Details
Quentin Sykes has made some huge progress in the two and a half months since he started training. He just benched a lifetime personal best of 315 lbs with ease, has significantly brought up his lower body, and shed a couple pounds as well. Click here to see a video of his 315 lb bench…Details
A current trend in fitness is to perform weighted exercises on some kind of unstable surface, namely Swiss balls and Bosu balls. You’ll see all kinds of exercises done on these things from squats to presses to ab work. Despite their popularity, the research is pretty conclusive that unstable surface training isn’t effective for…Details
Jason has made big progress in all areas in the three months we’ve been working together (click here to see a video of some of the progress he’s made). Here’s what Jason has to say about his training experience: “I have been training with Bill Coyne for 3 months now, and I must say that…Details
Below is a post from weightlifting coach John Broz who is known for taking average athletes and turning them into national-level weightlifters in a matter of months. High goals and high standards are a key principle to coach Broz’s methodology, as it is for any successful athlete or coach. When someone asks me how…Details
This wasn’t the most efficient meet — close to thirteen hours long — but I’m pleased with my performance. For the tl;dr crowd, click here to see the video. As soon as I registered, I had a feeling that I was going to have a long day ahead of me. The preliminary roster listed around…Details
Here’s Dave Patey manhandling a 200 lb sled. In the ten months we’ve been working together, Dave has significantly reduced his body fat while building up lean muscle mass. In addition, Dave has also made huge improvements in joint mobility, strength, and even testosterone levels!
Variation is a widely misunderstood concept in the fitness world. Real training variation manipulates frequency, volume, and intensity in order to force adaptation — the exercises rarely change.
Read more about variation, and what Christian Thibaudeau calls “the biggest training lie,” here.
Congrats to Rhett Forman for a great performance at Friday’s Metroflex Push/Pull and Wild Game Feast. Rhett injured his back just a few months ago and couldn’t even pick up an empty bar. With perseverance and some adrenaline, Rhett deadifted an easy PR of 470 lbs. to go with his 255 lb. PR bench press.…Details