Here's something that successful lifters and athletes do that you should be doing too.
You can learn a lot about life from a strongman competitor, like this important lesson. Check it out.
Warning: This abdominal-focused tri-set will leave you sore as hell. Do it anyway. Here's how.
Most people think they need to cut carbs and calories on their days off. They're wrong. Here's why.
Let your program be your guide, but be prepared for detours. Here's how.
Muscle growth is an adaptive response. No challenge, no gains. Are you using at least a few of these progression methods?
What's better than great looking abs? A core that's as strong as it looks. Here's how to build one.
If you "have to" do tons of cardio to stay lean, your diet sucks. Here's a little reality check.
Take a few tips from ridiculously strong powerlifters and apply these training methods.
Endomorph, ectomorph, mesomorph: Dumb labels from the 1940s that were never meant for lifters. Here's the real story.
Here are 5 ways to improve your warm-up to get better results from heavy training sessions.
Use this set-extending technique to fit more soul-crushing work into fewer reps and less time.
If you can't pass this test, then either your grip strength sucks or you're too fat. Check it out.
Finish off leg day with this hypertrophy-inducing training method. Here's how.
Small calves? Stop blaming genetics and use this shock-training method.
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.
We bet you haven't tried these unique exercises. Add a few to the end of your workouts to cure PFS – Puny Forearm Syndrome.
Hitting a new one rep max is great, but setting an 8 or 10RM will also help you reach your goals. Here's why.
Manual resistance flyes. Yeah, this is gonna hurt. Here's how to do them.
Looks a little goofy, but it really gets you ready for heavy lower-body lifting. Check it out.
It's the single best exercise for power athletes. Here's why and how to do it.
Leave your ego in the locker room, use this tough training method, and makes some real gains. Here's how.
For decades, gym goers and athletes stretched before workouts and competitions. Then stretching became “bad.” Here's the real story.