The muscle-bound myth is dead, or at least it should be. Here's why even athletes need some meathead hypertrophy training.
It's easy to do, but psychologically tough at first. And that's a good thing.
This may hurt your feelings, but it'll also solve your fat loss problem. Step away from your safe space and check it out.
Three tips to help keep you from blowing your fat-loss diet every Saturday and Sunday. You know who you are!
Are you a non-responder or a super-responder to training? Act like a scientist and build workouts unique to your physiology. Here's how.
Here's why, plus much healthier ways to buy your nuts and make them taste awesome.
Get them both by tweaking this big-three movement. Here's how.
Most people can't even do it on their knees, much less standing. (Wait, that sounds dirty.) Here's how you can master it.
Progress stalled? Motivation fizzled out? That's called training depression. Try one of these 5 strategies and reignite the flames.
A new study may have discovered the healthiest way to eat vegetables. Check this out.
Here's a smart way to build biceps that manipulates leverages, allowing you to extend the set and target different muscle fibers.
So simple, yet so damn hard. Get your timer ready and try this.
Use the first-tension principle to build bigger, stronger arms. Here's how.
If you have trouble locking out the deadlift, it could be a low back problem. Here's how to strengthen every portion of that weak link.
Here's a great exercise for the money-maker that most people are ruining by using too much weight.
There's a better exercise to build your back. Safer too. Check it out.
The kickback for triceps is known as a wimpy exercise, but the problem is that most people are doing it wrong. Here's an easy trick to make it work.
Use this 5-step assessment to know if you should stop a set or continue.
Sure, free weights are usually better, but if your goal is big pecs then this machine technique can beat the barbell.
This popular exercise doesn't actually do much, unless you're a rank beginner. Here's why, plus a better exercise.
Yes, everyone should deadlift, but one variation should be avoided.
The barbell push press is a strength and power-building staple. Here's how to get even more out of it.
This is a great exercise for shoulders, core, and more. Easy to learn, challenging to do! Check it out.
Prevent injuries and keep your delts feeling good with this quick exercise you can do anywhere.