Here are 5 ways to improve your warm-up to get better results from heavy training sessions.
These two things don't directly involve food, but they'll wreck your diet anyway. Check 'em out.
Do you want more muscle or more weight on the bar? How you answer should determine how you squat. Info here.
If you can't pass this test, then either your grip strength sucks or you're too fat. Check it out.
Gains stalled out? Try this shock training method and break out of that rut.
Maximize your training program by keeping a few simple rules in mind. Check 'em out.
Cheat meals have their place, but not if you're already too fat. It's time for a reality check. Read this... or just run to your safe space and stay fat.
Small calves? Stop blaming genetics and use this shock-training method.
Do you do them twice a week? Once a week? Here's how to figure out what's best for you.
Disregard the quick-fix advice that most women's magazines are pedaling these days. Zero in on the big habitual blunders.
Actually, your partner punches the bar while you hold an isometric. Here's how that works and how to do it.
No dip stand? Or do regular dips just hurt your shoulders? This band variation is the solution to both problems.
Looks crazy, but it's used by strength athletes to train the squat and bulletproof the core. Here's how to do it.
These four challenges will test your lower body strength and give you a heck of a workout. Check 'em out.
Hitting a new one rep max is great, but setting an 8 or 10RM will also help you reach your goals. Here's why.
Build your shoulders with this unique delt-dominant push-up variation. Here's how.
Cut through all the complex weight lifting theory with these proven strategies for building strength and muscle.
Looks a little goofy, but it really gets you ready for heavy lower-body lifting. Check it out.
The fancy term for it is autoregulatory training. Here's how and when to use it.
Yeah, it makes you look cool. Sorta. But it just doesn't work. Here's why.
How to sleep more, sleep better, fight cortisol, and boost natural GH.
For decades, gym goers and athletes stretched before workouts and competitions. Then stretching became “bad.” Here's the real story.
This is really going to burn. Badly. But you'll like the results. Check it out.
For size and strength gains, it's hard to beat this unique training method. Check it out.