You can't possibly still believe this stuff... oh wait, you do. Here's the truth about muscle gains and fat loss. Understand the science to upgrade your physique.
There's more to proper deadlifting than "grip it and rip it." You're about to get your PhD in pulling.
Every skinny, weak guy has abs. Big deal. Traps are the true sign of strength. Here's how to make yours huge.
If you're tall and you want to build muscle, you need to adopt new exercises, new techniques, and new strategies.
The ads for alkaline water say it'll cure everything. It can't, but there's at least a grain of truth behind it.
Here's what you need to know about rigid eating plans, adaptive thermogenesis, and metabolic compensation.
Finishers aren't just for fat loss. They're for building muscle too. Try these five ultra-high rep moves for hypertrophy.
Lots of diets can get you lean, but how do you keep body fat in check all year long without being on a diet? We ask our experts about their everyday strategies.
Finally, science figures out the real reason why some guys are hardgainers and others are muscle monsters.
It's not a bad way to organize your training week, but it has its drawbacks. Check 'em out.
There are plenty of good reasons to use Viagra and its cousins, other than the obvious one.
How does a person go from couch potato to shredded beast? In 6 behavioral stages. What stage are you in? Will you make it to the final stage?
Think you know everything about arm training? Think again. Check out these proven techniques for biceps, triceps, and forearms.
For most people, the upright row is a shoulder wrecker. Here's a better exercise.
Meadows lists his top 8 rowing variations and ranks them according to compression, range of motion, and contraction.
This full-body, three-days-per-week routine got The Oak started in bodybuilding. Check it out.
Fix your rounded back to feel, move, and look better. Here are three exercises that'll help.
Vinegar helps optimize insulin sensitivity. Learn how it works and how much to use.
Two anteriorly loaded squat variations, both with benefits and drawbacks. So which is best for you?
Reg Park, the guy who inspired Arnold, knew how to build strength and symmetry. Here’s what we can still learn from him today.
A look back at bodybuilding history plus a great workout for your delts. Check it out.
If there's one answer to every question about getting bigger and stronger, it's this: be consistent. Here's how to do it.
The lying leg curl is great, but it gets boring. Plus, this can work better.
Think you need tons of exercises? Nope. You just need to do the best lifts more frequently. Here's what they are and how to use them for size.