All Articles & Reviews by
Parth Shah

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Parth Shah is a Strength Consultant based in New Hyde Park, New York and is currently going through his own personal physique transformation. Find out more at Shah Training.

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Advanced Circuit Training Techniques

Ready for some advanced circuit training techniques? Try these.

How to Train for Strength

Training for muscle mass, or strength?

Training for strength is not the same as training for mass. If you're looking to become supremely strong, definitely check this one out. A great read.

Silence for Intense Workouts

The quiet before a storm.

Need focus? Try silence.

500 Reps of Torture

My goal was to get this workout done in under twenty minutes, and now I'm at the 35 minute mark. What to do?

Sometimes you realize what you're capable of, and other times you realize just how weak you really are. 500 reps of torture.

10 Reasons to Start Deadlifting

Get ready for some serious lower body growth.

Jacob Søndergaard
Screaming optional.Photo by Cronfeld.
Is the Deadlift part of your workouts yet? Great exercise.

Four Steps for Reducing Your Triglycerides

What, Why and How.

Family Feast
Hungry yet?
If your triglyceride levels are a little on the high side, you'll be pleased to know that there are a few simple things you can do to fix that. Parth Shah takes a look.

Parth Shah and The Warrior Diet

What exactly is it?

Ori Hofmekler
Creator of The Warrior Diet, Ori Hofmekler.
What exactly is the Warrior Diet?

Designing Your Workouts

How do you go about it?

Jump Rope
Jump Rope. Photo by Odalaigh.
The summer's finally here and it's all about fat loss. Don't worry, this isn't another "6-weeks to 6-pack" article. Frankly, I don't follow programs. I like the idea of changing up your routine as much as possible, with one primary focus along with other mini workouts to maintain strength, speed, and endurance.

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