Popular with hardcore bodybuilders, this method can also be used if you're rehabbing. Here's how.
Is the conventional deadlift or the sumo deadlift better? For many of us, a combination of the two is best. Here's how to do it.
Successful lifters find comfort in discipline. Here's what you can learn from them.
You can learn a lot about life from a strongman competitor, like this important lesson. Check it out.
Let your program be your guide, but be prepared for detours. Here's how.
There are only a few differences in how women should train versus men. Here they are.
Use the test here to find out how low you can go and how wide or narrow your feet should be.
A new study on rest between sets may change the way you train, especially if your goal is hypertrophy. Check this out.
Take a few tips from ridiculously strong powerlifters and apply these training methods.
Turns out, fasted cardio leads to less fat loss, not more, and it puts you at risk of muscle loss. Here's why.
Use this set-extending technique to fit more soul-crushing work into fewer reps and less time.
When designing your workout plan, break your body into four quadrants. Here's why.
Finish off leg day with this hypertrophy-inducing training method. Here's how.
Shoulders feeling stiff and cranky? Ditch the foam roller, grab a med ball, and do these drills.
Thinking about a juice cleanse? Don't. And send this to that one girl who follows all the dumb celebrity diets.
Get this part right and you'll maximize hamstring hypertrophy. Here's what you need to know.
These four challenges will test your lower body strength and give you a heck of a workout. Check 'em out.
Manual resistance flyes. Yeah, this is gonna hurt. Here's how to do them.
This grip strengthening method is flat-out nuts, but it works remarkably fast. Check it out.
How to sleep more, sleep better, fight cortisol, and boost natural GH.
Sometimes a kick in the butt works better than a pat on the back, especially for fat loss. Here's why.
Most people won't do it. It's painful and often embarrassing, but it sure works. Check it out.
Two minutes, two quick warm-up drills. The fast warm-up for lazy (or busy) lifters. Check it out.
This type of grip eliminates shoulder and triceps pain in heavy benchers. And yes, it's safe if you're not an idiot. Here's how to do it.