All hail a smarter, more effective, more efficient, and decidedly manlier approach to corrective exercise.
Forged from the fires of Mount Randomness come 8 tips to help you get bigger, stronger, leaner, and healthier.
Yes, have some awesome meals on holidays. Have several! Just use these smart eating strategies.
Your uber-healthy or trendy diet couldn't pack pounds on a Pomeranian. Here's why.
Some exercises should go extinct. They do nothing for your strength, health, or hypertrophy. Here's what should take their place.
Which are better, tough diets and tough workouts or reasonable diets and reasonable workouts? Maybe you need to mix and match a little.
Caffeine overloads, tragic neglect of kettlebells, wayward experimentation, and other mistakes that made coach Bumgardner the butt of cruel jokes.
Knowledge is power, but knowledge can also be limiting. Real progress occurs when you harness the power of the belief effect.
Seven things you need to do to reach your lifting goals.
Fixing stomach problems, plus a new look at an old super food that everyone should be eating.
Do your boring upper body workouts need spicing up? Check out these 6 new exercises.
It's not the exercises, sets, or reps. The most important part of a training program is knowing what your needs and goals are.
Forget about counting reps! Do your biceps and triceps sets for time instead!
What Jim Wendler would say to his teenaged self about training, conditioning, and life could be exactly what you need to hear right now.
The secret to long-term gains isn't a special exercise or magic supplement, and it costs less than five bucks a year.
How to make sweet, sweet, love to a ball and other wonderful lessons learned by Eric Cressey in the past year.
Everybody wants to add more wheels to their squat, bench, and deadlift. But sometimes it's the little things that trip us up. Give this a read and start hitting some PR's.
Forget everything your gym teacher taught you about rehabbing an injury. Here are some controversial approaches to healing fast, starting from the bottom up.
Bodybuilding's Dr. House applies his nutritional knowledge and insight to cure a lifter who's lost his will to lift.
Variety doesn't have to mean replacing the basics with Bosu balls and Zumba classes. Try this to shake things up.
What you need to know about the Maximum Effort Method, Dynamic Effort Method, Repetition Method, and putting them all together.
What every lifter should know about personal responsibility, the greatest factor for success, and the benefits of adversity.
Get more out of the squat, deadlift, and overhead press. Know your limitations and overcome them. Here’s how.
Use the iron to cut through the chaos of life. Here's the deal.