The barbell has things to teach you. Painful, but very rewarding things.
Supercharge your workouts and your results by employing one of these ball-busting program upgrades.
Structured strength programs are awesome, but sometimes it's best to just chip-away at training items you need to do. Here’s how to do it.
If this “shock and awe” hypertrophy method doesn't stimulate some new gains in size and strength, then nothing will.
Do this simple test on your thoracic spine, apply the easy fixes, and watch as your chin-ups, pull-ups, and OH presses explode.
Simple yet effective ways to turn tired old exercises into plateau busting, muscle building dynamos.
Curcumin is widely known for its anti-inflammatory and pain relieving effects, but it may also be anabolic.
A lot of folks are afraid of fructose. Should they be? Here are the facts.
How many of the following training mistakes do you make on a regular basis? The answer may shame you.
A simple, brutal program for both size and strength. Check it out.
The best exercise isn't the one that hurts the most, but the one that has the greatest benefit compared to its costs.
Combining isometric training with CAT can help even the most stagnant lifter power through to a new PR.
How adding more weight to one side of the body can help you smash even the most stubborn plateaus.
You need more volume to get big, but too much volume can mess you up. Here are 6 great movements that won't trash your CNS.
Regular paused squats are tough, but breathing paused squats take the pain - and the results - to the next level.
The first step to achieving your goal is to stop acting like a self-entitled sissy and get tough. This will put things into perspective for you.
Compression wrapping is an inexpensive way to treat those troublesome knees, wrists, and elbows. Here's how to do it.
High-rep Olympic lifting is rising in popularity largely do to CrossFit. But is it a smart way to train?
Targeting weak links builds strength, helps you achieve structural balance, and prolongs your lifting career. Here’s how to do it.
Here are seven training tenets that have worked for over 30 years. Have you adopted them all?
Squats aren't for everyone, at least not right away. Here's how to systematically work your way up to squatting like a champion.
Ready to take your training up a notch? Try never-ending sets, tonnage programs, and minute-on-the-minute sets.
The mind quits before the body does. You're capable of much more than you think.
Squat stance, knee flare, bar placement, hip and knee break, foot position. Find out what works best for you.