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.
Sure, the pros can provide inspiration, but here are 4 things natural lifters need to know.
Feel the burn and cap off your delts with this unique exercise. Take a look.
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.
Not only will this exercise strengthen your traps, it'll also keep your shoulders healthy. Check it out.
A strong core improves all your big lifts, but most people skip this step. Here's what they're missing.
Here's a better way to plan your sets and reps that prevents burnout and leads to more size and strength gains.
Sounds weird, but it works. Here's how to do it.
Pain tolerance is a requirement for mental and physical strength. Welcome it. Here's the deal.
Yes, you can be tall and squat with good form. This assistance exercise will help. Check it out.
Sure, the macros – protein, carbohydrate and fat – are important, but bodybuilders shouldn't overlook micronutrients. Here's why.
This legal substance burns fat and builds muscle. And now new research shows it increases muscle endurance, too. Check it out.
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.
This exercise might be too tough for you, but even just a few reps will fire up your upper back and lats. Take a look.
Most lifters trying to build muscle are either going too light or too heavy. Here's how to find your sweet spot for hypertrophy.
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.
Does kinesiotape actually do anything? Here's the truth.
Correct strength imbalances and bring up your weak points by using this counterintuitive training method. Check it out.
If it looks like you're having a seizure when you train abs, you're not getting much benefit... and you're asking for injury. Try this instead.
In a sport full of negative stereotypes, Mark Dugdale stands apart. His humble approach may inspire you. His training regimen definitely will.