Muscle cell volume is a main driver of a muscular physique. Here are a few easy steps to maximize it.
To build calves, you must embrace the ballet. Nah, just kidding, but not entirely. To build a set of sock-stretching calves, you just need to think outside the box a little.
Can you sprint your way to summer leanness in only 30 seconds? Hey, it's worth a shot. After all, it only takes 30 seconds!
If a neutral spine is the best way to deadlift, why are most lifters stronger when they deadlift with a rounded back?
The author looks at some of the finer points of the greatest barbell back builder of all time, along with providing some variations.
So how does a strength training legend actually train, day in, day out? It's probably the way you should be training.
Showing up to the gym may be half the battle, but getting four major hormones working for you makes your bodybuilding efforts a lot more effective.
Forget about counting reps! Do your biceps and triceps sets for time instead!
A long-time strength coach finally enters a powerlifting meet. Here's what you can learn from his experiments.
Traditional cardio machines suck, but with just a few modifications you can make them a hell of a lot more manly and effective.
Whatta' ya' know? There appears to be more than one glute guy around here. Here's how to build a stare-worthy caboose without messing up your lower back.
Life has this annoying habit of interfering, but that doesn't mean training should get put on the back burner.
Check out the "Look Better in a Shirt" superset, the "Whole Body Mass Attack" superset, and a couple of other innovative, ball-busting programs.
Most shoulder injury articles should be put to a slow, miserable, painful death. Here's one that deserves to live.
Instructions on how not to turn into a thief, drug addict, wife abuser, or possibly worse yet, Ryan Seacrest.
Lose the calculator and the calorie counting apps - you won't need them for this simple and effective carb cycling plan.
You need a hard set of full-body calluses to succeed in the gym, on the field, and in life. Here's how to build some.
Mike Robertson wants to remind you to do some of the great stuff you used to, but may have forgotten about.
Sports specific training is a myth. Athletes need to be mobile, fast, and strong, and it starts by following the basic rules outlined here.
Weak people shouldn't give out strength training advice, and other truisms from Coach Henriques' big book of knowledge.