Pulling big weights requires getting strong in a lot of supporting muscles, starting with the upper and mid back.
The cable pull-through provides a unique training stimulus for the glutes and hamstrings. Here's how to use it to get strong.
Overhead pressing is awesome... for some people. For others, the landmine press will build bigger delts.
Build legs the size of Kansas while making you hug a ralphing pail and hate your life...who could ask for anything more in a training program?
Tony G. fills us in on the dumb mistakes most lifters make, in addition to telling us about the "Two-Barbell Rule," the "Stage System," and the best accessory moves for big lifts.
Everybody loves the deadlift, yet so few lifters can pull respectable weight. This article has a few lesser-known tips to help change all that.
You gotta' squat butt-to-calves, right? Or is it butt-to-floor? Thighs-to- parallel? The answer is... it depends.
Squat four times per week? You're either crazy, a masochist, or onto something that could be the ticket to massive gains.
You've no business searching for the latest gimmicky exercise if you're butchering basics like seated rows and push-ups.
Most shoulder injury articles should be put to a slow, miserable, painful death. Here's one that deserves to live.
The road to a massive body that sports its own zip code begins with simply getting stronger. Here's a minimalist approach to getting maximal results.
There's more to squatting than just getting under a heavy bar and popping a couple of blood vessels in your eye. Here are a few little-known variations of the king of lifts.
Coach G hits the spot with the most practical deadlift article you've ever read.
Tony's about to pop a blood vessel! He's watching people do moronic stuff in the gym and he's pissed!
Can you pass these simple tests? If not, you may be in trouble!
If you ain't squatting deep, you're just taking up space in our power rack. Here's what you need to get low.
Learn how to do the goblet squat with pulse, the anterior loaded barbell step-up, and other movements that will make you monetarily hate life.
3 of our experts explain little-known secrets of arm training, along with presenting some serious total-body programs to build those suckers up.
Tony Gentilcore's specialty, in his own words, is to make the technique of his trainees "less vomit in my mouth-ish." Let's see if he can do the same for your big lifts.
Nothing gets you more jacked (mentally and physically) than pulling eight plates or more off the ground.
Tony is back with 26 new tips to advance your training and nutrition knowledge.
The author pisses on your cornflakes with some inconvenient advice about lifting.
You may be hurt, but it doesn't mean you can't train. Tony Gentilcore tells you how to work out, scream a lot, and still get a training effect while you're injured.
From A to Z, Tony G's got some ideas about every bodybuilding, diet, and performance topic you can think of, not to mention some appealing notions about hottie Kate Beckinsale. A very cool, fun, and informative article.
Tony shoots apart training myths like they were ducks and he was a starving fat man sitting in a pond with a rifle. Read about the "other side of the core," deadlifting mistakes, and the pencil test. (You gotta' take the pencil test.)