Whether you're a pock-marked adolescent or a 35-year-old who prematurely looks like an old catcher's mitt, the health of your skin is probably important to you. Dr. Alan Logan knows how to use nutrition to fix you up.
Building your body ain't just physical — you gotta' use some gray matter, and we're not talking about your underwear. Here's a simple mental technique to help you achieve your goals while simultaneously showing up those loser bastards who dared to piss on your ambitions.
If you're a bodybuilder and you've spent your weightlifting life doing sets of 8,10, 12, etc., doing singles will absolutely blow you up. A terrific idea and a terrific program that'll raise you head and shoulders above the competition.
There are different ways to squat depending on whether you're a bodybuilder, a powerlifter, or an Olympic lifter. Robertson and Neupert dissect the differences and highlight the advantages to each. A must-read for squat freaks.
Finally, an ab training program that's excuse proof! No more throwing in a couple of pathetic, obligatory crunches at the end of a workout. And the answer was staring you in the face the whole time.
Researchers discovered that one-third of men don't bother to wash up after using a public restroom. Ha! As if that was all they had to worry about! TC points a microscope at the horrific microbial world we live in.
Some guys say the way to get big is heavy lifting. Some say constant tension, while still others say volume. Who's right? Well, they all are. But here's the rub: how do you combine all three elements into one program?
Matt Phelps is hugely pissed about the term "failure" and what it really means. He thinks exercise physiologists have one idea while the guys in the trenches, i.e., the guys in the gym, have a different, more realistic idea.
Mike Boyle hates the question, "If you could only do one exercise, what would it be?" To him, it's like asking if Superman could beat the Hulk. Regardless, he gave us an answer that's pretty intriguing.
Rest, ice, and Celebrex aren't the ways to treat strains, tendonitis, or fractures. John Berardi and Ryan Andrews tell you how to win the war against injuries using items from your pantry and fridge.
You got the introduction to MRT last week, now here's the meat. If you've got limited time but want maximum results, this is your baby. The cool thing? The workouts won't take you much longer than 30 minutes.
Winners of the Soy Boy Award receive a Golden Soy Boy statuette, which depicts a scrawny youth wearing nothing but a pair of Crocs while carrying a parasol to protect himself from the damaging rays of the sun. This year, a surprise winner.
So you think you know how to do plain, simple, Incline Dumbbell Curls, huh? Well maybe you do, but there are at least a couple of trick you can pull to make the movement a whole lot more effective.
When anyone talks about training for any goal, they need to consider force, speed, and muscle fiber recruitment. They're the gears that are driving the bus, and Chad Waterbury is at the wheel. Remember, though, that the driver carries no change.
You didn't hit your football pool this week, and now you gotta buy a new physiology textbook to replace the one your dog ate. How the heck are you going to have any money left over for food?
James Chan is into machine gunning, shot guns, and cross wiring. If we didn't know better, we'd think he was one of those militia guys holed up in some shack in Montana, swearing never to be taken alive.
The real Master Blaster describes the best ab exercise (it may surprise you), whether or not the barbell bench press is overrated, and how the number of years you've been training dictates how often you should change your program.
What's the goal of this program? To kick your ass, but you'll probably shed some fat and get a little stronger, too. All you'll need are a stop watch, one die (stolen from a Parcheesi game), and easy access to a puke bucket.
The "lumberjack squat" isn't what people in the logging industry head off to do behind a large poplar tree after having a hearty breakfast of bran flakes. Instead, it's a helluva' cool squatting movement that doesn't compress the spine.
Chef Lisa is at it again, combining wild-ass foods! In part one, she mixed blueberries and porkchops! Now she's gone completely mad, actually mixing pumpkins and sweet potatoes! How long will Mother Nature put up with this!?!