Enough bull about how much you used to lift "back in the day," what can you do right here, right now?
Stretching and mobility aren't the same thing. Here's the solution to getting Matrix-like movement.
You gotta' squat butt-to-calves, right? Or is it butt-to-floor? Thighs-to- parallel? The answer is... it depends.
Some things you know about strength, some things you thought you knew, and some things you plain just don't know.
All hail a smarter, more effective, more efficient, and decidedly manlier approach to corrective exercise.
Here are some simple tweaks to take a few basic exercises to a whole new level of muscle-building awesomeness.
You know you should be doing pull-ups. But what's the best way to attack them? Six of our coaches tell you what works for them.
The glute-ham raise is great for hamstring development, but it's not really that great for the glutes.
Forged from the fires of Mount Randomness come 8 tips to help you get bigger, stronger, leaner, and healthier.
Want to design your own kick-ass training programs? All you need is the perfect template based on 20 years of trial and error.
Barbells and dumbbells reign supreme, but here are four other gadgets that deserve some attention.
Great little-discussed deadlift tips like "weld your spine," "ribs down," and "push the knees out."
Can you do 220-pound Bulgarian split squats for 6 reps? If not, delete the words "Strong Dude" from your business card.
In almost any circumstance, except marathon running, you're better off training strength than you are training conditioning.
Fifteen more workout tips from Bret Contreras, including assisted one-arm push ups, the merits of heavy back extensions, the benefits of the "clam raise," and more.
There are plenty of splits that train all 11 body parts, but do you know the pros and cons of each?
The trap bar is now considered must-have gym equipment. Here are some cool variations to help you get the most out of it.
Five methods to satisfy your need for training variety, including "going nuts on the last set," "reward sets," and "rolling the dice."
The first rule of fixing your bench press is admitting your bench sucks. The second rule is that you must read this article and learn about the set-up, grip, ascent, and descent.
Do everything Dave Tate tells you to do in this article and you'll add 50 pounds to your bench press.