Here's how emulating their favorite competitor is wrecking many female lifters, plus a better approach.
The scale is just one tool for evaluating your progress, and not even a good one. Here's what you need to know.
Be the boss, think for yourself, and stop being a doormat. Here's how.
Do this on the your next off day to move better and feel better. Take a look.
Recover faster from tough workouts and prepare your body to hit it hard again. Here's how.
Most power exercises focus on the legs. This one is for upper body only. Take a look.
Make the workout you're already doing more effective. These five simple tweaks can help you get more out of every session.
This advanced exercise will build explosive power from the ground up. Check it out.
Cluster sets are magical. Here's how to use them for pull-ups.
A strong core improves all your big lifts, but most people skip this step. Here's what they're missing.
If you hit your traps hard and don't have much to show for it, this info is for you. Check it out.
It doesn't matter if your main goal is to get bigger, get stronger, or get ripped. This "booster" session will get you there faster. Check it out.
Pain tolerance is a requirement for mental and physical strength. Welcome it. Here's the deal.
Sure, the macros – protein, carbohydrate and fat – are important, but bodybuilders shouldn't overlook micronutrients. Here's why.
For weight training workouts, warm-up with movement and address restrictions later. Here's how it's done.
Build a bigger back with this new twist on the seated row. Take a look.
Tempo prescriptions (like 4010 and 3212) seem like a good idea, but sadly they make people weaker and smaller. Here's why, plus a better method.
If your main goal is hypertrophy, this new progression model will help you build slabs of muscle. Take a look.
Good news: This hypertrophy training technique works fast. Bad news: It feels like your muscles are on fire. Try it if you dare.
This easy trick will fix your deadlift form and help you pull bigger numbers. Take a look.
To build your pecs, sometimes you have to break the rules. Here are two ways to do it.
Here's a little trick to help you find the perfect stance for a bigger, safer pull.
By improving the activation and recruitment of the core, you'll increase your strength in the big lifts. Here's how to do it.
Foam rollers, lacrosse balls, back walking, kettlebells. Can these work as tools to fix tightness and pain? Not when you use them like this. Here's what works better.