Push-ups with added weight build strength and train your chest while keeping the shoulders healthy. Here's how to do them.
If you finish your deadlift hyperextended, you're gonna have a bad day. Here's why.
Finish off your traps with these unique exercise variations.
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When you ice or use pain killers after a tough workout, you're actually putting the brakes on muscle growth. Here's why.
Do finisher sets to torch more calories and reveal your muscle. Here's how.
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You can get sore and not make progress. And you can make progress and not get sore. Here are the facts.
How to manipulate insulin production to get shredded while still fueling and recovering from tough workouts.
Pick one lift and do 3-4 sets at 80% of your max at the end of every training session. Here's why.
Forget how awkward that sounds. This is an intense workout for biceps and triceps. Check it out.
Turn food into muscle instead of storing it as fat by maximizing muscle nutrient uptake.
Here's how to prevent wrecked shoulders by getting your setup right.
Cravings aren't all in your head. They're partly caused by what's going on in your gut. Here's how to fix it and kill the cravings.
Use the arrow formation. Your head and hands should form an arrow shape, not a T shape.
To add size to the calves you must remove the stretch-reflex and perform loaded stretching.
Spankin' new studies about junk food, motivation, and diet psychology to help you get ripped and stay that way.
Manning broke an "unbreakable" record. And the way he did it has plenty of lessons for anyone who wants to build his body.
A simple technique that forces you to use better form and full range of motion. It'll burn like heck, but you'll like the results!
Warm-ups, mobility work, stretching, foam rolling, conditioning... do you even lift, bro? And do you really need all that stuff?
There are plenty of ways to ratchet up the intensity of a set, like forced reps, Tom Platz iso-holds, and rest/pause sets, but you need to apply them in two-week waves.
If you're disregarding the advice of an experienced lifter in favor of the latest study, you may be doing yourself a disservice. And you definitely look like a punk.
The newest internet expert disregards in-the-trenches wisdom from big, successful lifters and coaches. He's great at debating, but not so great at building muscle. Do you even lift, bro?
If you slightly change your grip or your stance on every rep or two, you recruit a far greater number of motor units.