For heavy lifting, drop the dumb warm-up sets and do ramp-ups instead. You'll get stronger, build more muscle and avoid injuries.
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Smart lifters never stop training, even when injured. Here's how to recover as quickly as possible and come back even stronger.
Get your abs back fast with one simple diet tip and four grueling fat-burning finishers performed a few times per week.
For some, counting calories and macros is a valuable tool. For others, it can become an obsessive habit that derails their long-term progress. Here are the pros and cons of counting.
Climb out of that training rut and challenge your muscles and mental fortitude with these old-school squat workouts.
Two killer training programs. Two beastly coaches. But which plan will work best for your goals?
Long distance running beats sitting on your butt, but it's absolutely inferior to weight training and HIIT on every front.
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No kettlebells? No problem! Here’s how to do the best kettlebell exercises with plates. They may even work better.
The bench press may be everyone's favorite upper body barbell exercise, but its shorter-ranged cousin could be even better.
I love lifting heavy, but you need a lot more than that to develop the muscular hypertrophy of a bodybuilder.
How to get stronger and balance out your monotonous diet of squats and deadlifts with single-leg movements.
The more challenging the situation we overcome, the greater our stature. The demon you swallow gives you its power. Eat up.
What you eat will either be used by muscle or stored as fat. It's called nutrient partitioning. Here's how to optimize it.
The rowing machine may be the best conditioning tool out there for strength athletes. Here's how to use it.
This single exercise will make you look more powerful and scary-looking in just a short amount of time. Here’s how to do it.
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12-week squat program that's all about through-the-roof explosiveness.
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