Want to burn fat? Want to build a titanium butt? Want to get stronger on the big lifts? Do KB swings. But you gotta do them right. Here's exactly how.
You've been taught wrong. Disregard the stupid cues, follow this practical advice, and squat like a boss. Here's how.
Most power exercises focus on the legs. This one is for upper body only. Take a look.
These two things don't directly involve food, but they'll wreck your diet anyway. Check 'em out.
Guys with outstanding insulin sensitivity build muscle easier while staying leaner. Here's how you can muscle your way in on that action.
Heavy singles build strength, but they can also build freakish size if you know how to combine 3 different growth factors.
Want to become a strength coach or high-level trainer? Most of today's programs will only help you become a miseducated rep-counter making minimum wage at Planet Fitness.
Looks weird, works great for building a bigger chest. Here's how to do it.
Circus trick or testament to full-body strength? Either way, it sure looks cool. Here's how to nail this movement in record time.
The five most common nutrition mistakes made by lifters and wannabe bodybuilders.
Recover faster from tough workouts and prepare your body to hit it hard again. Here's how.
Choose a big lift that needs work. Apply the Stack-10 plan. Smash plateaus and pack on new muscle in 6 workouts. Here's how.
Most lifters and athletes are deficient, and that can really screw up their workouts. Here's how much you need and where to get it.
A calorie is not a calorie. A fat is not a fat. A carb is not a carb. A protein is not a protein. Here’s why.
A step by step guide to performing the most bad-ass upper back exercise in existence.
Follow these 10 principles and design your own smart, efficient complexes that burn fat and build muscle.
Regular dips not challenging enough for you? Try these. Here's how to do them.
Not only will this exercise strengthen your traps, it'll also keep your shoulders healthy. Check it out.
Smash a new personal record every two weeks with this innovative system based on RPE (rate of perceived exertion).
CrossFit attracts just as many participants as critics. Dr. Stuart McGill gives us his perspective on the pros, cons, and future of CrossFit.
New research shows that creatine helps with concussions, temperature regulation, and recovery. Check it out.
You're already a woman who lifts? Good. Now here's what T Nation pros say you should focus on next.
Make the workout you're already doing more effective. These five simple tweaks can help you get more out of every session.
Jim Wendler's 5/3/1/ program promises slow and steady gains that will eventually turn you into the strongest guy in the gym. And it delivers, every time.