Whether you're working around an injury, need a break from deadlifting, or just hate the deadlift for some reason, try these proven alternatives.
Natties shouldn't train or eat like steroid users. And the reverse is true too. Here the 10 things they should do differently.
Warning: This workout is gonna hurt. Get ready to use time under tension, multiple angles of attack, and a whole bunch of lactate.
For heavy lifting, drop the dumb warm-up sets and do ramp-ups instead. You'll get stronger, build more muscle and avoid injuries.
Add this to your workouts and you'll be bigger, leaner, and stronger. No BS, just results. Here are several ways to do it.
Here's what to do instead.
Make push-ups great again with these complexes that will challenge even the most advanced lifter.
Getting lean is easy. Getting shredded is the hardest thing you'll ever do. Here are the 8 differences you need to know.
This forgotten squat exercise is still one of the best ways to build quads.
Your efforts to get shredded need to include this tuber. Here's the science.
The rear delts are arguably the hardest muscle to isolate. Here are 4 things you can do to start feeling your delts, probably for the very first time.
Here's a brutal workout that'll build noticeable size on your biceps and triceps in just one month. Guaranteed.
What's one overlooked food that all lifters and fitness fanatics should be eating? We ask 12 of our experts. Their answers will surprise you.
Explosive training doesn't mean endless sets of power cleans. Here are 10 ways to power-up.
It's a fact: the exercises that make you hate life the most also tend to deliver the best results. If you're in serious need of a hamstring overhaul, then this article is a great (although painful) place to start.
Are you strong and fit? Like, real-life strong and fit? Find out now with these exercises and strength standards.
Get a deeper stretch in the hamstrings, get stronger, and build a better backside. Here's how.
A complete workout plan for inhuman strength, athletic power, and stand-out muscle.
What's the best way to build strong glutes that also make every jaw in the gym drop? We ask the experts.
Most trainers insist that you change your program every 4 weeks. This is complete and utter BS.
Did your lame gym finally get a GHR? Good! Here’s how to use it.
If you look at the research, you'll see that rest-pause training isn't what it's cracked up to be. Here's why.
Aggressive workouts lead to fast progress and monster gains. Here are three different 30-day challenges to bring up your glutes and your PRs.
Sounds crazy, but it works if you use this smart training strategy. Check it out.