You can lie to yourself and say big arms aren't important to you. Or, you can follow this program for a month and finally build them.
When should you use tempo training and why? Mike Robertson answers these and other questions about this often-neglected component of strength and muscle building.
The trap bar is one of the most versatile pieces of equipment in the gym. Here’s why and how to put it to work.
The basics of benching, the fine points, and a solid 16-week program. Get it all here.
GVT works, if you can handle it. Here are the pros and cons.
The classic 5 x 5 set/rep scheme works. But here’s how to make it even better.
Your Guide to Losing Fat While "On"
Here's how to progress this classic exercise to build an even stronger midsection. No newbies allowed.
This doesn't make biomechanical sense. Here's a better exercise that actually works.
Because nothing says "I am strong" quite like a monstrous set of traps and a beer keg for a neck.
It's not a bad way to organize your training week, but it has its drawbacks. Check 'em out.
Lose the fat and keep the strength with this two-weeks on, two-weeks off plan. It's actually pretty easy. Check it out.
Get leaner, end back pain, recover faster from monster workouts, and even get a little smarter. Here's how.
A recent study shows that training to failure is the true key to muscle growth... regardless of the weight used. If your goal is size, this is a must-read.
If your estrogen levels are out of whack, it can ruin your body comp, your health, maybe even your life. Here's what you need to know.
Doing these 6 exercises with unstable, osciallating objects challenges the nervous system, boosts athleticism, and triggers gains.
Marketers are tricking you into thinking that your steaks and burgers have the right ratio of fatty acids. Here's the real story.
This biceps exercise builds muscle 4 different ways. Try it if your arm growth has stagnated.
Does getting sore actually lead to more muscle growth? Can you get big and strong without getting sore? The answers here may surprise you.
Sounds crazy, but it works if you use this smart training strategy. Check it out.
Good benchers often have rotten chest development. The problem? Barbell bench pressing. Here's how to fix it.
The bench press may be everyone's favorite upper body barbell exercise, but its shorter-ranged cousin could be even better.
Eat normally five days a week and eat a reduced-calorie diet on two non-consecutive days. What could be easier?
Forget overtraining. One of the most effective ways to bench press more weight is to bench press more often.