"It used to take me five days to recover from a hard workout. Now, I'm able to train seven days a week, and chomping at the bit to hit legs twice."
Trap bars are great for deadlifts and shrugs, but there are plenty of awesome, lesser-known exercises that you can use it for. Check these out.
If you slightly change your grip or your stance on every rep or two, you recruit a far greater number of motor units.
Ditch the treadmill. These conditioning workouts will get you shredded without muscle loss or boredom.
A bigger squat requires more squatting. Here's a unique way to squat frequently without burning out or breaking down.
Like it or not, the truth is that successful people just work harder than less successful people. So drop the excuses, stop blaming others, and get to work. Here’s some motivation.
How to use a blend of heavy and moderate loads for specific TUTs to trigger both sarcoplasmic and myofibrillar hypertrophy.
Wild, neuro-science based methods to recruit and fatigue the maximum number of motor units with each exercise.
Most trainers insist that you change your program every 4 weeks. This is complete and utter BS.
It takes more than heavy weights to hypertrophy muscle. Add an insane volume phase if you want insane amounts of muscle.
Born in Israel but he was raised on T Nation, Amit Sapir has gone from knowledge-hungry teenager to IFBB pro bodybuilder.
No kettlebells? No problem! Here’s how to do the best kettlebell exercises with plates. They may even work better.
To build up your squat, ignore things you're good at and spend time doing things that make you downright uncomfortable.
Smash a new personal record every two weeks with this innovative system based on RPE (rate of perceived exertion).
Are you scanning the world for excuses or opportunities? Read this, get your act together, and reach your goals.
You'll never hit that PR if your mind isn't in the game. Here's how to trick your brain into blasting big weights.
Strengthening a handful of small, upper-back muscles through some deceptively hard exercises can pay big dividends.
Can you really activate muscles with your mind? According to the author's research study, a lot more than you realize.
When you've got the right goals in your training (and life), all the little things take care of themselves.
I love lifting heavy, but you need a lot more than that to develop the muscular hypertrophy of a bodybuilder.
Perform better with corrective work focusing on the five basic human movements, tonic and phasic muscles, and regressions.
Here's how to use demanding 20-minute workouts to build a strong, powerful body... or die trying.
Master this little trick and even the most intense abdominal exercises will suddenly become way more effective.
A funny thing happens when you try to better yourself: other people try to stop you. Here’s why and how to deal with them.