Sounds like blasphemy, but chasing numbers on the bar can sometimes wreck your gains. Here's why, plus four ways to fix the problem.
Many "experts" say kids should avoid lifting because it'll prevent them from getting taller. That's bull. Here's why.
Mix heavy lifts with moderate lifts and blend powerlifter strength with bodybuilder size.
Not everyone is ready for the barbell. Are you? Find out here and double check your form.
Coach Rooney smashed his deadlift goal using the pseudo-sumo deadlift and five rules. Here's how you can too.
There's more to good health than just fruits and vegetables.
Research shows these veggies deactivate the muscle growth inhibitor, myostatin. Check out the science.
A bigger squat requires more squatting. Here's a unique way to squat frequently without burning out or breaking down.
Great exercise, but are you making these common mistakes?
The smart lifter’s guide to writing the best training program for his needs and goals. Check it out.
Choose high-tension exercises for high-testosterone results.
This might just be the best back-building exercise you’ve never tried. Check it out.
Curls seem easy to master, yet most lifters are leaving some gains on the table. Use these science-based tricks to build bigger bi's.
Jim Wendler's 5/3/1/ program promises slow and steady gains that will eventually turn you into the strongest guy in the gym. And it delivers, every time.
Forget icing and NSAIDS. They may delay or prevent healing. Instead, try these methodologies that you probably haven't heard of.
Develop explosiveness, grease the groove, and improve work capacity. Here's how.
Keep it simple and get ripped. Here are 4 one-sentence plans that require a little discipline but not an ounce of overthinking.
Just doing the big basic exercises leaves lots of gaps in your development. Here's how to target those muscles that the basics don't touch.
A grab bag of tips for bodybuilders, strength athletes and more. Regardless of your sports calling, you're guaranteed to find something useful here.
Wendler talks plyo, bands, chains, the safety squat bar, the thumbless grip, and taking accessory lifts to failure.
With a regular pullover, you lose tension at the top. Add a band to keep the tension on through the full range of motion and you'll build more muscle.
Bodybuilding is full of programs used by "enhanced" lifters, but most people don't take drugs and can't get good results. This effective program is for them.
Training one body part per day is outdated, and full-body workouts don't always cut it. Push-pull-legs is superior for any goal. Here's why.
Build your upper back and neck with this unusual exercise. You'll stand straighter and lift heavier.