Want to build pure brute strength? How about unadulterated muscular size? Maybe both? Here are the best set/rep schemes for your goal.
Bad personal trainers can ruin a gym. Here's a list of the ones who should be beaten senseless with a battling rope.
For a small number of people, IF works great. But for others it can completely backfire. Is it right for you? Here's what you need to know.
Back in the “Golden Age of Bodybuilding,” guys performed the now-forgotten pullover to build their upper bodies. Who says you can't go back?
Trying to build stronger hamstrings and keep your back healthy? Here's what to do.
Strength ratios reveal weaknesses. And weaknesses must be destroyed, whether you're a bodybuilder, Olympic lifter or football player.
If your goal is hypertrophy, this is one of the smartest splits to follow. Here's why and how to set it up.
Are you strong on the big barbell lifts? Great! Now take these strength-stability tests to see if you're about to get hurt.
All types of squats have their benefits, but this one might just be the best all-around variation.
The way you instinctively want to train when on a cutting plan might be doing more harm than good. Here's why.
If strength, health, and longevity are what you're after, then you should be able to easily pass these tests. If not, you have work to do.
With this variation, you come to a complete stop at the bottom of each rep.
The look of power cannot be faked. Here's how to build a body that has the "go" to back up the "show".
A simple warm-up routine that’s helped powerlifters, meatheads, and other anti-mobility dudes feel better and progress faster in their workouts with fewer injuries. Check it out.
You won't get strong, skilled, or jacked if you're always trying to heal from injuries. Here's what's causing the most problems.
So you can squat 405 pounds and bench 315. Is that good? Does that make you strong? How do you compare to others? Find out if your lifts are decent, good, or great through Tim Henriques' handy little comparison chart.
There's a difference between ab training and core training. Here are some new exercises for both goals.
Every once in a while, I'll run into someone with a new idea about how to train or eat that's so contradictory to everything I think I know that I'll want to close my eyes, plug my ears, and bury my head in the pillow so I don't have to listen. After all, I'm just getting comfortable with what I think I know. I don't like having my world shaken up any more than necessary.
If you're only going to do one mobility drill to improve your squat, this should be it.
Your training shouldn't be random. Here's how to get it together, get stronger, and get growing again!
What is gynecomastia? What causes it, how can you prevent it, and what can you do if you already have it? Answers here.
There are several ways to organize your training week, but one split is superior for the vast majority of lifters. Here it is.
Nothing says strength and power like big traps. Sadly, most people are training them wrong. Here's the best advice from 13 top coaches.
Want to build strength, size, and athleticism with one training program? All you need is this plan.