The most successful coaches stay on top cause they never stop learning. Here's what one of the best learned last year.
This article is about goals and why you should set them as well, but also how to adhere to them - which may be the most important point of all.
A beautiful, logical, and simple step-by-step guide to doing power cleans.
Meadows lists his top 8 rowing variations and ranks them according to compression, range of motion, and contraction.
Who's afraid of the big bad omega-3 to omega-6 ratio? Not Dr. Mike.
This is important, learn it: The angle of the torso and the angle of the tibias determine if you're doing a quad-dominant exercise or a hip-dominant one.
Nate Miyaki says to forget the resolutions, forget the endless string of magical diet and training tips; all you need to do is learn one simple lesson.
Bret Contreras, Tim Henriques, Ben Bruno, Tony Gentilcore, Dan Trink, and Bryan Krahn tell you their best chest-building secrets.
Forget the crappy "things I learned" lists being spammed at you on Facebook. Here are some real lessons to help you.
Want to increase the odds of living a healthy life? You'd do best to avoid the foods on this surprising list.
In his quest to pull 600, Todd Bumgardner threw all his conventional deadlift wisdom out the gym window.
Lots of guys can pump out 20. Of course, their range of motion is so short, it looks more like they're convulsing than actually doing legitimate chin-ups. Here's how to change that.
Coax your body into handling carbs better and watch it kick your muscle building and fat loss efforts into overdrive.
Forget crunches, leg raises, and the latest ab gadget. Here are some unique core exercises that deliver real results, fast.
There's nothing sexier than a fit, confident, strong woman. Here's how to turn your cardio queen into a T Vixen.
Box jumps, jump squats, and other explosive movements. Worth the risk, or is there a better way?
The "soft-pause" technique, extended ROM presses, the induction method, "greasing the groove" and other tips from a monster bench presser.
The key to building muscle is to do the things that the biggest and strongest lifters in the world all do.
If you've ever grappled with the rationale behind trying to constantly lift more weight or accrue more muscle mass, Charles Staley has some answers for you.
A 12-week squat program that's all about through-the-roof explosiveness.