If you only had a few weeks to fine tune your physique and look your best for an event, what would you do? Here's what our pros said.
Small arms? You need testosterone and GH. No, not the illegal kind. The kind you get when you use this science-backed training split.
Add this to your training and boost your upper-body strength, core strength, and even your bench press PR.
This natural compound improves insulin sensitivity, manages testosterone and estrogen, and makes muscle fibers grow.
The incline press doesn't do what you think it does. Do this exercise instead.
If cardio is causing you to lose gains, you're doing it wrong. Here's how to build your glutes, hamstrings and quads with conditioning work.
Bread is nutritious, delicious, and, well, confusing. It can be a great food or a horrible food. Should YOU be eating it? Read this.
Not only will this lunge variation work better on your saggy ass, it's also safer on the knees. Here's exactly how to do it.
EMOM sets are magical. They train the body to fire motor units faster, more explosively, and more powerfully. They even improve technique. Here's how to do them.
This type of squat improves your form, saves your joints, and makes a great addition to your regular squatting.
Lower reps or higher reps? It depends on the fiber dominance of the muscle in question. Check out this handy guide.
Most athletes and lifters are running low on two key minerals that support T production. Here's how to fix that.
Bored of oatmeal? Start your day with this high-protein waker-upper. Get the easy recipe here.
Stimulate more muscle growth just by changing your grip on these exercises you already do. Here's how.
Instead of cutting carbs, make them work for you by boosting your insulin sensitivity. Here are five simple ways to do it.
White rice (not brown) is the ultimate grain for athletes and lifters.
Every skinny, weak guy has abs. Big deal. Traps are the true sign of strength. Here's how to make yours huge.
You can learn a lot from competitive powerlifters. But you can also really screw up your progress if you follow their "rules" blindly. Here's the cold hard truth.
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.
A program that combines strength-building compound movements with insane muscle-growing giant sets and multiple intensity techniques.
All you need is a bar, a bench, and 20 spare minutes to build a strong and muscular body. Want to lean up too? Add 4 minutes.
No kettlebells? No problem! Here’s how to do the best kettlebell exercises with plates. They may even work better.
A 3-day split that targets your legs while still allowing you to maintain size and strength in your upper body.
Is the deficit deadlift a dangerous exercise, or is it a safe way to build super strength? Answer here.