How do you get that coveted serratus muscle to show up? First, don't be fat. Second, do this unique exercise.
Every man should be able to press .75 times his bodyweight overhead. If you can't, or can only do it using bad form, then this is for you.
Wrist curls stress the tendons and don't work very well. Here's a better option.
A great program from the past for getting stronger, bigger, and leaner.
Women get curves by building muscle. They show those curves by losing body fat. Why then are they doing everything to make both those things so damn hard?
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.
How you start your calf workout can make a big difference in the results you'll get. Always do this first.
Training abs shouldn't wreck your spine. Here's how to make your ab exercises safe and your core ridiculously strong.
Make this exercise work even better for pecs. Here's how.
Could it be that everything we thought we knew about glute training was ass-backwards?
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Bodybuilding is full of programs used by "enhanced" lifters, but most people don't take drugs and can't get good results. This effective program is for them.
Getting lean is simple, just not easy. Here are some uncomplicated rules to follow about food, cheat meals, and more.
Leg training multiple times per week may be torture, but it delivers rapid gains in size and strength. Here's how to do it.
The glute-ham raise sounds like a winning butt-builder. But will it even do that? Here's what the glute-ham raise is good for and what it isn't.
Lowering a weight slowly is a “garbage” eccentric. The key is to lower a weight that's close to maximum under control.
How to quickly dump fat, water, and bloat for a photo shoot or special event.
Want to design your own kick-ass training programs? All you need is the perfect template based on 20 years of trial and error.
Barbell rows are a staple for building a big back and an overall stronger body. And using an underhand grip makes them even better. Here's why.
When Dave Tate retired from powerlifting, he was a physical wreck. So he took matters into his own hands and came up with an unorthodox cure.
Even the most hardcore lifters experience low motivation. Here's how to get back on track.
Build and strengthen your yoke, without risking injury. Here's how.
An interval training program that will radically alter your conditioning, increase endurance and power, and help you drop body fat. Get it here.