What happens when you combine a brutally hard hypertrophy system with one of the most successful strength templates ever invented? Check it out and see.
Jim Wendler lists the best in conditioning, getting stronger, assistance work, home gyms, and strength training books, along with torpedoing the "best" myths.
Being in shape isn't about sporting "ripped abz," it's about being physically capable of being a man. Here's how to get there when the weather ain't cooperating.
Forget the crappy "things I learned" lists being spammed at you on Facebook. Here are some real lessons to help you.
The first rule of fixing your bench press is admitting your bench sucks. The second rule is that you must read this article and learn about the set-up, grip, ascent, and descent.
Everyone has their own squatting style. Here's how to identify and perfect yours.
Add these variations to your strength training staples and kick start some new growth and athleticism.
When the strength building basics stop working, you need real advice that works, not gimmicks. You need this article.
Most lifters need to push themselves more but just don't know how. They need guidance. They need a challenge. They need this article.
Great advice regarding good mornings, triceps extensions, bench press with bands, switching exercises too often, and more.
Because nothing says "I am strong" quite like a monstrous set of traps and a beer keg for a neck.
An effective shoulder rehab plan needs to be intelligent, slow, and methodical - it doesn't have to be complicated.
Some of our greatest accomplishments are the result of good mentoring. So who's guiding your journey?
Life has this annoying habit of interfering, but that doesn't mean training should get put on the back burner.
Sports specific training is a myth. Athletes need to be mobile, fast, and strong, and it starts by following the basic rules outlined here.
From walk-on to scholarship football player - a guide to achieving your dream, whatever it is.
What Jim Wendler would say to his teenaged self about training, conditioning, and life could be exactly what you need to hear right now.
What's the oldest of the old school lifts that builds mountainous shoulders while driving up your bench? Yep, the press.
Stuck with a plain old Olympic barbell? Tsk, tsk. There are a plethora of new funky bars to choose from. So what are they good for?
You'll never be the last man standing if you're fat and out of shape. Here are eight Wendler-approved ways to make sure you're the last man standing.
If you're not as strong as you look, you're a fake, a scam, a knuckle-dragging billboard for "all show and no go" syndrome. Here's your intervention.
Plyometrics, bands and chains, the safety squat bar, the thumbless grip, and when you should take accessories to failure. You got questions, powerlifting's Hellraiser has answers.
The Hellraiser returns from a fiery sabbatical to talk speed training, assistance work, chin-ups, and building a home gym that screams "Awesome."
Training raw versus with gear, a strong grip, and the importance of hitting PR's even when your life's in the dumper. You got questions, the Hellraiser has answers.
Approximately 99% of lifters try to progress in strength, hypertrophy, stretching, and conditioning at the same freakin' time. Huge mistake! Here's how to fix it.