Is it possible to get lean without losing strength? Here's what most people don't know.
Here's how to train your abs daily for rapid aesthetic improvements.
Characters in movies often drink some potion to give them superpowers. Well, here's a real-life potion that could give your brain superpowers.
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.
Very low-carb diets reduce muscle gains in natural lifters. Here's why, plus a better plan.
How low in calories can you go to drop fat rapidly without losing muscle or tanking your testosterone levels? Here's the exact math you need.
Thinking about getting into the personal training business? Here's what they won't tell you when you get certified.
Even dedicated bodybuilders get burned out. Here are two ways to keep training and reignite your passion.
The lying leg curl is great, but it gets boring. Plus, this can work better.
The best athletes have trained their brains to deflect fear and anxiety. You can to. Here's how.
You can have hinkey knees and still train hard. You just have to make a few adjustments to keep them happy. Here's how.
It's one of the best exercises for glutes... if you do it right. Here's where most people get it wrong.
Take your strength to the next level with this simple 60-second challenge. Then, build a bone-crushing grip. Here's how.
Build monster real-world strength and a rock-solid core. Here are several weighted carries to try out, from beginner to advanced variations.
Try this complex: 5 hang cleans, 10 reverse lunges with front squat grip (5 per leg), 10 push presses, 10 squats, 10 high pulls, and 10 RDLs.
These are both popular and effective ways of organizing your workouts, but which is right for you? Find out here.
Heels rise up when squatting? Back hurt when deadlifting? You may be dealing with immobile ankles. Test them, then fix them. Here's how.
Meadows lists his top 8 rowing variations and ranks them according to compression, range of motion, and contraction.
Is your ab training causing you to develop "Ninja Turtle Belly" and a blocky waist? Here's what to avoid.
If your heels come up during squats or you have low back pain during deadlifts, this clever trick will fix you right up.
Adding a few unilateral exercises to your program will help you build more muscle and strength, and keep you injury-free. Here are five to try.
If you're like most lifters, your glutes, hams, and lower back are lagging. Bring 'em up to perform better, get faster, be stronger, and look hotter.
Are you trying to throw a punch or are you playing patty cake? Here's how to develop raw, devastating power.
Many people, especially women, believe that deadlifts and squats can make them look blocky. False. But the wrong kind of ab training can!