Not genetically blessed? Here are the most proven workouts for those with lagging or non-responsive biceps.
Building strength and size at the same time isn't crazy; in fact, it's smart. Here's a smart, easy-to-follow workout that will make it happen.
The erg is the best fat burning machine in the gym, period. Here's how to use it right, plus three killer workouts to try.
Want to build a strong, pain-free lower back? Here's your guide.
I've found nothing that works better than Neural Charge Training at increasing the rate of gains and enhancing recovery. You want to experience that? Here's how.
Can you press your body weight overhead? You should be able to, plus more. Here's how to supercharge your pressing strength.
Pyramids are simple, logical, effective, and they just feel right. Here’s how to do them for best results.
This program will build your traps, rear delts, and neck, but also your other yoke muscles.
For supplements to build muscle, burn fat, or raise testosterone, they need to be concentrated, absorbable, and bioavailable. Here's what to look for.
Do you get stuck at the bottom in your bench press PR attempts? This exercise will help. Check it out.
The best chest exercise isn't the bench press. It's the dip. Here's how to do it right for big pecs, strong triceps, and healthy shoulders.
White rice (not brown) is the ultimate grain for athletes and lifters.
Andy Bolton, he of the 1008-pound deadlift, reveals how he built up his grip for the deadlifting task at hand.
This forgotten squat exercise is still one of the best ways to build quads.
Big arms, wide shoulders, strong abs, amazing athleticism. What can we learn from gymnasts about training? Find out here.
Not all of them are created equal. Here's what each type can and can't do.
Prevent injuries and build complete lower-body strength with these moves.
Do this quick routine once per week and you'll be shocked by your newfound gains.
Make gains while getting leaner. Here's exactly what to do every day for the next three weeks.
Tall people generally have to work harder and longer to develop legs. Here's how to speed up the process.
For bodybuilders and strength athletes, soy protein is no better than water. Here's why.
Most people train the big lifts once or twice per week. But the strongest people in the world use a much higher frequency. Here’s what you can learn from them.
Strengthening a handful of small, upper-back muscles through some deceptively hard exercises can pay big dividends.
Legendary lifters used linear progression to break records. It's time to revisit that proven method.