Have you lost some fat? Awesome. But are you now stuck with some loose, sagging skin? Here's everything you need to know.
Adding a few unilateral exercises to your program will help you build more muscle and strength, and keep you injury-free. Here are five to try.
Stop thinking in sets. Instead, think about load and total reps. You'll get better results. Here's how.
The best chest exercise isn't the bench press. It's the dip. Here's how to do it right for big pecs, strong triceps, and healthy shoulders.
Lifters who still believe these myths are missing out on gains. Which lies need to die? Find out here.
Box jumps are great for building athleticism and muscle. Trouble is, most people do them stupidly. Let's fix that.
No machines, no problem! This free-weights only program will build size and strength better than machines anyway.
The average person will gauge the quality of his workout by his level of discomfort. But is driving yourself into the ground every workout necessary?
Sumo or conventional stance? Mixed, overhand or hook grip? And what's the best way to program it? You have deadlift questions, Matt Kroc has answers.
There's no universally recognized name for this exercise, but we think it should be called “That movement that makes my quads bark like a dog.”
This advanced program will build rapid strength and add mass to your entire body. Here's how to do it.
Love lifting heavy? Then you either have some shoulder issues or you soon will. Follow these 5 steps to get them healthy and keep them healthy.
Figure and bikini competitors use them. Celebrities endorse them. But what's really happening to the body when squeems are used? Here's the nasty truth.
Just because everyone does them doesn't mean they're optimal for you. It's time we reevaluate these 6 popular movements.
Loaded push-ups with plates or bands are awesome... if you get the resistance in the right place. Here's what you need to know.
Most people who use the word “overtraining” have no clue what it really means. Are you one of them? Here's everything you need to know.
A noted performance enhancing drug expert examines CrossFit and answers the controversial question: are top CrossFitters using PEDs?
A performance-based program that'll build your legs, traps, neck, shoulders, and forearms. Yes, you'll look awesome too.
Most people train the big lifts once or twice per week. But the strongest people in the world use a much higher frequency. Here’s what you can learn from them.
To bench more weight, bench more often, practice pauses, train the bottom part of the press, and have a smart plan.
Think of it as comfort food for impatient meatheads who want a whole lot of protein without added sugar.
Use these moves to build real-world core strength. Or, you know, just do them because abs look awesome. Whatever.
Drop the genetics excuse, Mr. Thermometer Calves. Train them first every time you hit the gym using these exercises and special techniques.
They wear funny shorts and they're not as big as the bodybuilders. Must be natural, right? Well, not so fast.