Coach G hits the spot with the most practical deadlift article you've ever read.
Are you programmed to be lean and muscular? Here's how to find out where you stand, and what you can do about it.
Kroc lays out the basic points of benching, some little-known fine points, and a solid 16-week program.
Compensatory acceleration, plyometrics, and board presses - the ultimate tools to explosive bench pressing.
Dave shares his step-by-step approach to doing record lifts in the squat, bench, and deadlift.
Rethinking a classic strength training paradigm so that it results in massive hypertrophy gains.
You can't program, modify, or tinker with the deadlift unless you really know what's going on when you slap some tonnage on the bar and pull.
Great, specific tips for the fat and the not-so-fat alike regarding exercise selection, rest-period guidelines, and food logging.
The best exercises to build muscle aren't always the most popular ones. Lee provides a list of better exercises for most major body parts.
Undoubtedly there are a lot more people who'll want to purchase and continue purchasing Indigo-3G than we can supply, so here's the plan...
The strength training industry has been like the Wild West for too long. Here are rules that bring much-needed method to the madness.
Kick-ass variations of one of the hardest and most effective hamstring exercises ever.
It's definitely not sexy, but if you really care about weight training, you should pay a little attention to your IT band.
Enter the No-Tofu Zone! Real nutrition advice for iron athletes.
The first man to pull 1,000 lbs. shows you how to set a new deadlift PR in 16 weeks.
Confused about oils? Here's an easy-to-use guide to help you choose the best oils for cooking and eating.
Foam roll, mobility work, dynamic flexibility, and activation work. Short but sweet corrective complexes that give method to the madness.
There's a big difference between training and just exercising. Do you know what it is? We'll give you a clue: it has to do with adaptation.
How can you be certain of your health status if you don't understand the first thing about blood work?
Bodybuilders, powerlifters, and strongmen all need big, strong backs. Here's a no-nonsense approach to building one.