Injured? That doesn't mean your workouts should consist of channel surfing. Here are some great heavy-weight exercises you can still do.
A handful of ideas about lifting, food, and even life that will make you think. (Don’t be scared.)
Let’s talk calf training without machines, sure-fire sleep, simple warm-ups, and even hand care for meatheads.
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.
Forget the crappy "things I learned" lists being spammed at you on Facebook. Here are some real lessons to help you.
The soft-pause technique, extended ROM presses, the induction method, and other tips from a monster bench presser. Check ‘em out.
All hail a smarter, more effective, more efficient, and decidedly manlier approach to corrective exercise.
Brian Cushing may well be the best defensive player in the NFL. He's certainly the scariest, and he's also a big, big fan of Indigo-3G®.
Five methods to satisfy your need for training variety, including "going nuts on the last set," "reward sets," and "rolling the dice."
Yes, have some awesome meals on holidays. Have several! Just use these smart eating strategies.
Everything you need to know about squatting heavy, from stance to hand position. Check it out.
Your uber-healthy or trendy diet couldn't pack pounds on a Pomeranian. Here's why.
Squats and deadlifts may be bad ass and scare your momma, but some of the supposedly “sissy” exercises are really anything but!
Have the recent economic woes led you to consider becoming a personal trainer? You should read this first.
Heavy and hard rows should be a mainstay in your program, but why limit yourself to just barbells and dumbbells?
Knowledge is power, but knowledge can also be limiting. Real progress occurs when you harness the power of the belief effect.
You've no business searching for the latest gimmicky exercise if you're butchering basics like seated rows and push-ups.
Seven things you need to do to reach your lifting goals.
Everyone's terrified of overtraining, but controlled overreaching can be a powerful tool to make astonishing progress. Here's how to make it happen.
Dietary choices have become sort of the new religion for many people. Let’s offend them. Or maybe, just maybe, educate them so they won’t make silly choices.
It's not the exercises, sets, or reps. The most important part of a training program is knowing what your needs and goals are.
Stop being obsessive and neurotic about food. Part of your diet should be strict, but part of it really doesn’t matter. Here’s why.
A long-time strength coach finally enters a powerlifting meet. Here's what you can learn from his experiments.
Want healthy shoulders? Rethink your overhead pressing, bench to chin-up ratio, spinal mobility, and more. Here's how to find the culprit and fix it.