It's time to stop playing pretend physique competitor and get real.
Think your foam roller is just for warm-ups and mobility? Think again. How to use it to build muscle and get stronger.
You're not the lifter you think you are if you're still making these mistakes.
It's an easy to trap to fall into: poor diet planning combined with too much of the wrong kind of training. Here's how to repair the damage.
Injuries occur with any challenging form of training, but you don't have to invite them by making these six common mistakes.
Build superhero legs and glutes by combining three powerful cues while squatting or deadlifting.
What training strategies and exercises work best for you? Only you can figure that out. Here's a smart list to help you get started.
Let's bust three ab training myths, test for real abdominal strength, and learn the best way to build a strong, athletic core.
Training abs at the wrong time, using dumb supersets, “pulling a CrossFit,” and other programming mistakes that nearly everyone makes.
One training system to rule them all? Whether your goal is strength, size, or athletic speed, this method will take you to the next level.
If you're not recording your workouts, you're wasting your time. Here are the essentials your training journal needs to contain.
Weak benchers do flyes, pec deck, and machine presses – everything except what they need to be doing, which is bench, bench, bench.
Functional training doesn't mean doing silly circus tricks with baby weights. Here are five functional exercises that actually work.
In the world of bodyweight strength training, the possibilities and challenges are truly limitless. Are you ready to take them on?
You don't have to be a powerlifter to benefit from the deadlift, but you do need to train the lift differently for your unique goal. Here's how.
Strength gains come fast when you're a newbie. Here's how to keep building brutal strength as an advanced bad-ass.
They're rude, creepy, and sometimes just plain obnoxious. The question is, are you one of them?
“Eccentric isometrics” are probably the best way to increase strength and size. As a bonus, they'll help you to move like a tiger and feel awesome.
Forget boring, strength-sapping forms of cardio. These treadmill and bike finishers will burn fat and increase athleticism in just 4-12 minutes.
These straight-talking, common sense “commandments” ought to be emblazoned on the walls of every lifting facility in the world.
If your friends and family don't understand why you spend all that time in the gym, send them this.
Forget icing and NSAIDS. They may delay or prevent healing. Instead, try these methodologies that you probably haven't heard of.
Spankin' new studies about junk food, motivation, and diet psychology to help you get ripped and stay that way.
Do you own the deadlift or does it own you? Here are the tactics you gotta use to kill your next PR.