You pop Omega-3's like Pez candy, but avoid Omega-6's like candy corn. Maybe it's time to use both.
Dan John is the Yoda of strength training. He's not quite as wrinkly, but the wisdom, man, the wisdom!
Our panel of nutritional scientists answer your questions about protein, energy drinks, mass plans and more. Check it out.
This is the United States of America. Like it or not, the bench press will always be the most popular exercise. Too bad everyone sucks at it.
Five new ways to build muscle, increase strength, improve conditioning, and impress the know-it-alls in your gym.
A veteran coach borrows a page from Westside to create the Omnibus Method, a new template for hypertrophy training.
Dave Draper, the best bodybuilder to never win Mr. Olympia, expounds on the agony and ecstasy of a life spent lifting.
Christian tackles the myth of overtraining, why gymnasts and Olympic lifters look the way they do, and how growth occurs in spurts.
Doing squats on Bosu balls isn't functional. Neither is a lot of stuff you see people doing in the gym.
Chris Shugart lists the 8 realizations that changed everything for him, physique-wise.
Does diet soda make you fat? Is chia better than flax? Will tuna make your mercury rise? Dr. Bowden has the answers.
A novel calf routine plus a selection of old-school total-body exercises.
Ditch the traditional core exercises and try out a few of these athletic moves for stronger abs.
Thibs thinks you're looking kind of small lately. Says your girlfriend's been bad-mouthing your physique, too. Fortunately, he's taken pity on you and come up with some new movements for you to try.
Bodybuilding veteran Scott Abel (pictured) has a radical plan to turn arm day into the best fat-burning workout of the week.
Unbeknownst to most, rest periods are a critical part of defining the body you want, and there's actually a science behind it, too.
You're doing your mobility drills and foam-roller work, but you're still in pain. If that sounds like you, maybe you need "muscle activation training."
Faulty lunges, squats, and stretches can make you worse off than you were before entering the gym. Check these out before it's too late.
As a member of an elite Navy Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman team that often finds itself in the Third World, Craig Weller has learned to improvise when it comes to his workouts.
Dan John wants to know if you're making progress. It seems the answer should be simple, but is it? Fortunately, the big guy offers up 3 unorthodox ways to gauge your answer. (Wait until you read about the "pencil test".)
Mike Mahler knows a lot of training bad asses but he thinks they're complete pushovers in their personal life. They avoid risk and couldn't make a tough decision if their lives depended on it. He wants to change that.
Maybe you're not injured and you don't plan on being injured. (Ha!) Regardless, this article contains secrets to the weightlifting universe that will help you understand how the body works and, as they say, knowledge is power.
Big Dave Tate is a powerlifting icon and a successful businessman. He's also the least politically correct man in weightlifting and always a sure bet to scorch somebody's eardrums.
Every good trainer has that moment of clarity when something he thought was true is brought into question. Alwyn calls these mini-epiphanies "Ah-ha" moments. Here are five "Ah-ha" moments that might just change the way you think, too.