Posts on this site in the 'Weight Training' taxonomy, ordered by date
Hafthor Bjornsson breaks Eddie Hall's 500kg deadlift record, taking it up to 501kg or 1,104lb.
What exercises can you perform on the Ironmaster IM2000? This article lists those exercises.
Determining how much space you need fore a home gym can be tricky. People tend to underestimate at first but hopefully this article will prove helpful.
A comparison on the Ironmaster IM2000, the Powertec Workbench LeverGym and the Body-Solid Series 7 Smith Master System.
7 weight-training tips for beginners based on my 15+ years of experience. I’m no professional but I have picked up a lot of information during my time in the gym.
A review of the Ironmaster Super Bench Leg Attachment, which fits into the Ironmaster Super Bench. It’s fine, although a little below par for Ironmaster kit in my opinion.
A review of BodyRip Cast Iron Fractional Weight Plates, specifically the 0.5kg and 0.25kg plates. Fractional weight plates are useful when trying to overcome sticking points.
A review of Bodypower Rubber-Encased Tri-Grip Olympic Weight Plates, of which I've been using 285kg worth for about two and a half years at the time of writing. All-in-all they're fairly good plates.
A review of the Ironmaster IM2000 Self-Spotting Machine, which I think is awesome. It's expensive but one of the best bits of weight-training kit I've ever owned.
A review of the Ironmaster Superbench, which is an excellent, high-quality FID bench that also takes attachments such as a leg machine, preacher curl and dipping bars.
A review of the Powertec Workbench LeverGym, which is capable bit of workout kit that has a relatively small footprint, making it ideal for a home gym.
A review of the Body-Solid Series 7 Smith Master System, which includes a Smith machine, high/low pulley, pec deck, bench and free weight gun-rack.
How to calculate your Wilks Score in order to make a fair comparison between the weight you lift and the weight lifted by someone of a different body weight, gender or age.