Building menacing forearms and developing a bar-bending grip require two unique approaches. Here's how to get both.
Compression wrapping is an inexpensive way to treat those troublesome knees, wrists, and elbows. Here's how to do it.
High-rep Olympic lifting is rising in popularity largely do to CrossFit. But is it a smart way to train?
These deadlift supersets will hammer your weak points while still letting you crank reps where you're strong.
Bigger and stronger is great but it doesn't make you more athletic. Here's how to build that elusive quality.
Dominating the lifts you're good at is fun, but spend time on the lifts you suck at if you want to get freaky strong.
Here are seven training tenets that have worked for over 30 years. Have you adopted them all?
Squats aren't for everyone, at least not right away. Here's how to systematically work your way up to squatting like a champion.
Ready to take your training up a notch? Try never-ending sets, tonnage programs, and minute-on-the-minute sets.
If it's important, do it every day. But how do you program the big lifts in daily and not crash face-first?
Don't be scared. The reverse-grip bench press can be safely used to hit new, pain-free PR's.
Sliding leg curls look easy... until you try them. For brutally fast hypertrophy gains, they're hard to beat.
Squat stance, knee flare, bar placement, hip and knee break, foot position. Find out what works best for you
What's the best set and rep scheme to get big? What about to get strong? How about to get faster? Here's your answer.
At some point, you may have to physically defend yourself or your loved ones. Are you bad enough to brawl?
Here are 6 painful finishers to hammer the quads into growth while sparing your knees.
Build the most muscle possible with the right stack of tension, metabolic stress, and damage. Here's how to do it.
We all make mistakes, but here are 5 things you better be getting right if you want to build muscle and get strong.
A new way to organize your workouts to quickly boost a lagging lift or stubborn muscle group.
Contrast sets are one of the most effective ways to develop power and teach you to accelerate the bar with authority.