skip to Main Content
4 Exercises To Help You To Build Strength For Pull-ups

4 Exercises To Help You To Build Strength For Pull-ups

  1. Are you looking to build strength for pull-ups? 
  2. Are you struggling to improve your pull-up numbers? 
  3. Do you feel weak and limited with your pull-ups? 
  4. Are you failing to progress your strength with the pull-up movement? 

You need to build strength for pull-ups. The chin up, or pull-up is probably one of the most challenging bodyweight exercises as it involves you having to pull your body from a dead hang position until your chin gets above the bar.

There’s no hiding from this movement. Sure plenty of folks try to cheat it with some sort of assist, but in order for you to pull your body up from a dead hanging position from the bar you need brute force strength…period.
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestFacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterest
Read More
Sprint Workout Progression For Your HIIT Training

Sprint Workout Progression For Your HIIT Training

So I pulled today’s article out of the archives because it has gotten some attention over the course of 2018 so I figured it would be a good one to show you here in 2019! The original publishing date of today’s article was back on April 3, 2018.

If you are looking to upgrade your HIIT workouts then there is no better way to do so than to include some sprinting into the equation. Make sure you read through this one carefully and apply these strategies to your HIIT workouts. Read and apply!

  1. Do you currently include sprinting as part of your HIIT conditioning? 
  2. Are you “sprint functional” in your conditioning? 
  3. Do you have a practical and safe progression in place to build up your sprint workout? 

If you are not including sprint work into your conditioning program then you need to take the time to reconsider. If you aren’t sure about how to go about progressing up to a sprint workout program then this article will provide you with some insight. Get ready to buckle that chinstrap and get to work.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestFacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterest
Read More
Muscle Size Vs. Muscular Strength

Muscle Size vs. Muscular Strength

  1. Is there a difference between muscle size and muscular strength? 
  2. Does muscular size always equate to you being stronger? 
  3. Are you currently training for muscular size or muscular strength? 

Muscle Size vs. Muscular Strength…keep in mind that muscular size and strength don’t always correlate. The truth is that muscular size and muscular strength in any given individual can be determined by a number of different variables ranging from differences involving training protocols, genetics, diet, and experience with training. The point is that there are multiple things that influence these differences.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestFacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterest
Read More
4 Ways To Keep Crushing Strength Gains Beyond Your 30’s

4 Ways To Keep Crushing Strength Gains Beyond Your 30’s

Happy New Year!

Since this is the first day of the new year I figured I would share one more article from 2018 today when I went into the archives. The original publishing date of today’s article was back on July 3, 2018.

Whether you like it or not today is the day that many people start setting New Year’s Resolutions. Whether you do that or not I figured that today’s article may help guide you even if you decided it’s time for you to “tweak” your training looking at the new year. Read and apply!

  1. Are you continuing to win your war on strength beyond your 30’s? 
  2. Are you currently trying to lift and train the same now as you did in your 20’s? 
  3. Are you battling with ailments and injury more often? 
  4. Are you still trying to blast out record PR’s every 6 to 8 weeks in your 30’s? 

If you’re looking to keep crushing your strength gains for the long haul then you’ve got to change up your strength and conditioning approach as you ease into your 30’s, 40’s, and beyond. Sure you can still blast some new PR’s and blow up the heavy weight, but I would strongly recommend going about doing it intelligently and with an eye for experience.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestFacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterest
Read More
How Many Times A Week Should You Train Deadlifts And Squats?

How Many Times A Week Should You Train Deadlifts And Squats?

  1. Are you looking to significantly improve your deadlifts and squats?
  2. How frequently are you practicing your deadlifts and squats? 
  3. Are you wondering if it’s possible to practice deadlifts and squats multiple days a week? 
  4. How many days a week can you practice your deadlifts and squats without overtraining?

The short answer here is that it’s possible for you to perform deadlifts and squats up to 4 to 6 days a week. As a concrete real world example the world’s strongest man and legendary strongman performer Paul Anderson has been documented squatting up to 5 days a week.

Granted he was the world’s strongest man and had progressed his training to that point while certainly figuring out what worked with his life schedule and his body in order to take on this type of volume.

Now even though Paul Anderson was the world’s strongest man and could squat up to 5 days a week this doesn’t mean that you wouldn’t be capable of such frequency yourself. It really just depends on your own personal goals and how much time and energy you’re willing and capable of devoting to the cause.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestFacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterest
Read More
Back To Top
Sign Up To Get All The Latest Deals And My BRF Strength Newsletter!

Brandon Richey Fitness Will Never Share Your Information With Anyone
Free Innovative Conditioning Guide!

Just Enter Your Name & Email & Access My Guide