A long-time strength coach finally enters a powerlifting meet. Here's what you can learn from his experiments.
Whatta' ya' know? There appears to be more than one glute guy around here. Here's how to build a stare-worthy caboose without messing up your lower back.
Mike Robertson wants to remind you to do some of the great stuff you used to, but may have forgotten about.
Everybody is an expert today… except they’re really not. Here’s how to separate the experts from the fakers.
A quick and dirty old-school routine you can do in 6 to 10 minutes.
For the goals of improved strength, more muscle size, better athletic function, and even general fitness, the bench press is the best exercise. Here’s why.
The road to a massive body that sports its own zip code begins with simply getting stronger. Here's a minimalist approach to getting maximal results.
These foods will kill you! And they’re evil! And they will steal your retirement funds! No, just relax. Turns out they’re fine for most people. Check out the list.
A simple yet exciting way to spice up your old workout to stimulate new growth and burn fat.
Simple, straightforward tips on eating for the physique you want. Check ‘em out.
Figuring out what point B is, the problems with goal setting, and realistic body fat percentages.
How does a broken-down powerlifter turn himself into a jacked-up bodybuilder? He gets help from three top coaches.
The secret to long-term gains isn't a special exercise or magic supplement, and it costs less than five bucks a year.
How to make sweet, sweet, love to a ball and other wonderful lessons learned by Eric Cressey in the past year.
Six strength coaches explain what they changed about their training and nutrition. Here's what you can learn from what they learned.
What to do when the cold and flu hits and, more importantly, how to prevent illness to begin with.
Bodybuilding's Dr. House applies his nutritional knowledge and insight to cure a lifter who's lost his will to lift.
Variety doesn't have to mean replacing the basics with Bosu balls and Zumba classes. Try this to shake things up.
If you're an athlete or a gym rat, how much should you be able to deadlift? Two times your bodyweight? Three times? Or is the better question should you even be deadlifting at all?
Horrible setbacks can happen when you're pursuing strength. Are these stories horrific, or are they inspiring?
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.
Leg presses and extensions will build the legs, but if you want to be a masterful squatter you need to get under the bar. Follow this plan.
Cool ways to drive up your deadlift numbers, fast.
Stop neglecting upper back work, lunge better, and get mobile. It’s time to ramp up your training.