Here are seven training tenets that have worked for over 30 years. Have you adopted them all?
Squats aren't for everyone, at least not right away. Here's how to systematically work your way up to squatting like a champion.
At some point, you may have to physically defend yourself or your loved ones. Are you bad enough to brawl?
To be elite in any sport, you must be willing to make sacrifices, work hard, and be unbalanced.
We all make mistakes, but here are 5 things you better be getting right if you want to build muscle and get strong.
A new way to organize your workouts to quickly boost a lagging lift or stubborn muscle group.
Deadlifts and rows will build an impressive back, but targeting the thoracic extensors will take your back to the next level.
Every deadlift eventually stalls, and the number one reason is technique related. Here's how to find the right fix for your ailing pull.
Is there a case for less than perfect form? Yes. Here’s why.
Train the assistance lifts more like the big three and watch your personal records fall like dominoes. Here's the full plan.
Accelerate hypertrophy with slight modifications to your staple exercises. Here are seven ways to do it.
In-the-trenches coach Ben Bruno talks fat-grip work, recognizing training bias, and the power of the Dead-Squat Bar.
To make fast gains in the squat you have to squat more frequently - a lot more frequently. Here's how to make it work.
Mental toughness separates champions from also-rans. If you weren't born with it, here are four ways to develop it.
Light-weight complexes will get you ripped, but frighteningly heavy complexes will get you strong. Try these.
Coach Rooney smashed his deadlift goal using the pseudo-sumo deadlift and five rules. Here's how you can too.
If you want to pack on muscle as fast as possible, build up those Type I fibers everyone else has told you to ignore. Here’s how.
Losers use injuries as excuses to be lazy. Winners find ways to work around them. Here are 17 tips for wounded winners.
These training myths do more harm than good. Ditch the dogma and get stronger today.
Don't let an injury keep you from doing the big lifts. With these variations, you won't lose an ounce of muscle size or strength.
While variety is good – even necessary – too much of it derails your progress. Here’s what you need to know.
One simple but highly effective deadlifting tip that you probably haven't tried before.
Ask yourself these three important questions and you’ll be able to choose better workouts for your goals.
How important is exercise variation really? According to this coach, not very. Check out his reasoning.