Newest Articles Links:
The dates below indicate when the article was added to the Phoenix Barbell library of articles. It does not indicate the date the article was written.
Friday, July 31, 2009
Mastering the Deadlift by Chip Conrad
The Intermediate Deadlift Cycle by Mike Robertson
Advice to the Beginner and Elite by Matt Wenning
A New Look at an Old Way to Get Big and Strong by Charles Poliquin
Fast Acting Hormones and Their Role in Fuel Use During Exercise by Wilson BSc., et. al.
Slow Acting Hormones and Their Role in Fuel Use During Exercise by Wilson BSc., et. al.
Friday, July 23, 2009
Bench Press Mistakes - Video by A. J. Roberts
Saturday, July 19, 2009
Dietary Supplements Affect the Anabolic Hormones After Weight-Training Exercise by Chandler, et. al. (Abstract Only)
Response of Protein Synthesis in Human Skeletal Muscle to Insulin: An Investigation With L-[2H5]phenylalanine by McNurlan, et. al. (Abstract Only)
Insulin and Glucagon - Medbio.info
Essential Amino Acid and Carbohydrate Supplementation Ameliorates Muscle Protein Loss in Humans During 28 Days Bed Rest by Paddon-Jones, et. al.
Is Dietary Carbohydrate Essential for Human Nutrition? by Eric C Westman
There Are No Essential Carbohydrates, Even for Athletes by Kurt G Harris, MD
Meal Frequency and Mass Gains by Lyle McDonald
Caffeine and Performance Enhancement by Suzanne Mikolay
Straight Talk About High-Fructose Corn Syrup: What it is and What it Ainít - Research Review, paper by White
A Short History of Beverages and How Our Body Treats Them - Research Review, paper by Wolf, et. al.
Saturday, July 11, 2009
Factors Affecting the Length of the Rest Interval Between Resistance Exercise Sets - Research Review, paper by Willardson, et. al.
Strength -vs- Size and Optimal Frequency Training by Kelly Baggett
Friday, July 10, 2009
Jim Wendler's 5/3/1 - Bodybuilding.com Forum
How to Build Pure Strength: Jim Wendler Interview by Bryan Krahn
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Regulation of Cell Function by the Cellular Hydration State by Haussinger, et. al. (Abstract Only)
Muscle Ultrastructural Characteristics of Elite Powerlifters and Bodybuilders by MacDougall, et. al. (Abstract Only)
What Make Vessels Grow with Exercise Training by Prior, et. all.
Cell Volume and Muscle Growth Part 1 by Dr. John M Berardi, Ph.D.
Cell Volume and Muscle Growth Part 2 by Dr. John M Berardi, Ph.D.
Training to Increase Muscle Cell Volume by MuscleTech.com
Monday, July 6, 2009
Back to the Basics: Supplementation by Twin Peak (This is an old article but still worth reading)
Artificial Sweeteners by Jay McCombs
Sleep: The Missing Component Part 1 by Greg D Hovey
Sleep: The Missing Component Part 2 by Greg D Hovey
Recovery by Dr. John M Berardi, Ph.D.
Sunday, July 5, 2009
Recovery and the Nervous System by Kelly Baggett
Potassium May Protect Against Acidosis, Muscle Loss by Sandra Prior
Chronic Low-Grade Metabolic Acidosis in Normal Adult Humans by Fassetto, et. al. (Abstract Only)
Factors Affecting Strength by Dr. Fred C. Hatfield, Ph.D.
Maintaining Strength While Dieting by Justin Harris
The Protein and the Kidney Monologue by Charles Poliquin
The Big "T" Part 1 by Dr. John M Berardi, Ph.D.
The Big "T" Part 2 by Dr. John M Berardi, Ph.D.
Optimizing Insulin Sensitivity and Body Composition Through Diet and Exercise by Jason Feldman
Saturday, July 4, 2009
Water Intake: How Much is Enough by Dr. John M Berardi, Ph.D.
Cheater's Diet/Escalating Density Training: Lose Fat and Gain Muscle by Joel Marion
The Anabolic Power of Insulin, An Interview with John Berardi by Rob Wilkins
Energy Pathways by Brian Mac
Dynamic Actions of Glucose and Glucosamine on Hexosamine Biosynthesis in Isolated Adipocytes by Marshal, Nadeaus, and Yamasaki
Insulin Sensitivity and Fat Loss by Lyle McDonald
Studies on the Effects of Polydextrose Intake on Physiologic Functions in Chinese People by Zhone Jie, et. al.
Health Potential of Polyols as Sugar Replacers, with Emphasis on Low Glycemic Properties by Geoffrey Livesey
The Influence of Subject's Training State on the Glycemic Index - Research Review, paper by Mettler, et. al.
Calorie Partitioning: Part 1 by Lyle McDonald
Calorie Partitioning: Part 2 by Lyle McDonald
Power Nutrition Part 1 by Anthony Ricciuto
Power Nutrition Part 2 by Anthony Ricciuto
The Aerobic Fallacy by Kyle Newell
Friday, July 3, 2009
Net Carbs, Can You Really Exclude Sugar Alcohols, Glycerin, Polydextrose, and Fiber? by David Mendosa
Bodyweight Regulation: Leptin Part 1 by Lyle McDonald
Bodyweight Regulation: Leptin Part 2 by Lyle McDonald
Bodyweight Regulation: Leptin Part 3 by Lyle McDonald
Bodyweight Regulation: Leptin Part 4 by Lyle McDonald
Bodyweight Regulation: Leptin Part 5 by Lyle McDonald
Bodyweight Regulation: Leptin Part 6 by Lyle McDonald
Hungry, Hungry Hormones Part 1 by Dr. John M Berardi, Ph.D.
Hungry, Hungry Hormones Part 2 by Dr. John M Berardi, Ph.D.
Hungry, Hungry Hormones Part 3 by Dr. John M Berardi, Ph.D.
The Leptin Manifesto by Joel Marion
Glycemic Index Effects on Fuel Partitioning in Humans - Research Review by Diaz, et. al.
Slow and Fast Dietary Proteins Differently Modulate Postprandial Protein Accretion by Boirie, Dangin, Gachon, et. al.
The Digestion Rate of Protein is an Independent Regulating Factor of Postprandial Protein Retention by Dangin, Boirie, Garcia-Rodenas, et. al.
Friday, June 26, 2009
Maximal Protein Synthesis & Resistance Trained Athletes by Sergio Merino
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Five Reasons Your Bench Gets Stuck at the Bottom and What You Can Do About It by Dave Tate, EliteFTS.com
The Top 10 Deadlifting Mistakes and How to Fix Them by Dave Tate, EliteFTS.com
The Eight Keys, Part I by Dave Tate, EliteFTS.com
The Eight Keys, Part II by Dave Tate, EliteFTS.com
The Eight Keys, Part III by Dave Tate, EliteFTS.com
The Eight Keys, Part IV by Dave Tate, EliteFTS.com
Eat My Meat by Dave Tate, EliteFTS.com
Eat My Meat the Sequel by Dave Tate, EliteFTS.com
Sunday, June 14, 2009
Understanding Insulin by Eric Cressey
The Seven Habits of Highly Defective Benchers by Eric Cressey
Friday, June 12, 2009
Using B, oards to Increase Your Bench Press by Bench-Press.net
Does Being Flexible Really Help Your Lifts? by Jared Bachmeier
Thick-Bar Training for Greater Explosiveness by Charles Poliquin
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Warming Up to PRs by Chris Cooper
The Stretching Roundtable, Part 1 by Joe DeFranco, John Paul Catanzaro, Don Alessi, and Chris Shugart
The Stretching Roundtable, Part 2 by Joe DeFranco, John Paul Catanzaro, Don Alessi, and Chris Shugart
Acute Effects of Static and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation Stretching on Muscle Strength and Power Output - Marek, et. al., Journal of Athletic Training
Monday, June 8th, 2009
Post Exercise Net Protein Synthesis in Human Muscle from Orally Administered Amino Acids, Tipton et. al., American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism
Protein: How Much and How Often by Layne Norton
Leucine Regulates Translation of Protein Synthesis in Skeletal Muscle After Exercise, Norton & Layman, Journal of Nutrition
Friday, June 5th, 2009
Steady State and Interval Training: Part 1 by Lyle McDonald
Steady State and Interval Training: Part 2 by Lyle McDonald
New Age Isometric Training - Cutting Edge or Bull? by Kelly Baggett
Plyometric Training for the Upper Body by Kelly Baggett
Thursday, June 4th, 2009
Problems with Measuring Body Composition by Lyle McDonald
Measuring Body Composition: Part 2 by Lyle McDonald
Measuring Body Composition: Part 1 by Lyle McDonald
Body Composition Number by Lyle McDonald
Body Composition Calculations by Lyle McDonald
What Does Body Composition Mean by Lyle McDonald
Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009
Rep Speed, Fatigue, and Motor Units by Jim Wendler
The Glycemic Index. Does It Really Make a Difference? by ISSA
Protein Timing by Jamie Hale
Increasing Anabolism With Enzymes by Dr. William Wong, ND, PhD
Protein Requirements for Strength and Power Athletes by Lyle McDonald
An Objective Look at Intermittent Fasting by Alan Aragon & Ryan Zielonka
Improving Hip Rotation by Evan Oscar
What Really Works? Effective Strength Training Principles by Josh Hewett
Speed Training For Size by Matthew Perryman
No Glutes - No Results by Kelly Baggett
Friday, May 22nd, 2009
Dave Tate's Six-Week Bench Press Cure interview by Nate Green
Equipped or unequipped, the strongest will always be the strongest!
Understanding Fat by Russell J. Martino, Ph.D.
Rep Speed & Tempos by Mike Westerdal