In bodybuilding's Golden Age, few shone as brightly as Serge Nubret. Let's learn a thing or two from this recently departed legend.
Get better at the Olympic lifts while whipping your sorry butt into shape with these three killer complexes.
If the bathroom scale doesn't budge despite your best efforts, you may be making one of the following four muscle-building mistakes.
Most lifters need to push themselves more but just don't know how. They need guidance. They need a challenge. They need this article.
Power training doesn't have to mean endless sets of power cleans. Here are 10 butt-kicking alternatives to energize your training.
TC thinks that people should replace their driver's license photo with a non-flattering picture of their flabby ass.
Here are a couple of simple but telling biofeedback tests to let you how well you're managing the stress imposed by training.
Big is good, but big and proportioned is better. Here's how to grow while keeping your physique's fine lines in check.
If there's some health or fitness trend you hold dear, hang on tight because Charles Staley is about to blow it to smithereens. Let's get ready to rumble!
A lot of supersets just don't make any sense, physiology-wise. Here's some methodology to support your passion for pairing.
Friends don't let friends wuss out on leg day. Even if you have knees like young Forrest Gump, you have options.
Can't find a program that flips your skirt? Here are 12 workout templates just begging for you to take them out for a test drive.
Here's how you can lose fat, gain muscle, get stronger, and be awesome in a 4-week butt-kicking program.
It's as if some training and diet programs are designed for college kids on summer break. Here's how busy people with jobs and stuff should approach things.
Knowledge is power, but knowledge can also be limiting. Real progress occurs when you harness the power of the belief effect.
What do you do if you want to perform Olympic weightlifting at your gym but it's not possible or it's against the rules?
You've no business searching for the latest gimmicky exercise if you're butchering basics like seated rows and push-ups.
While much of what appears in the pages of Joe Weider's magazines is pure hooey, some of the infamous Weider Principles may be worth a second look.
Great advice regarding good mornings, triceps extensions, bench press with bands, switching exercises too often, and more.
Chest on Monday, back on Tuesday, etc., isn't programming. Here's how to design a program for effective long-term results.