Improve your deadlift fast with these two tips.
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A change in pitch and vocal quality is called presbyphonia and it has a lot to do with declining T levels. Info here.
Some bad stats led to a nation-wide paranoia about peanut and other allegedly common food allergies. Here's the truth.
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Why is one considered bad and the other good? Here's the real story.
Here's how to use exercise snacks to live longer, eat more without getting fat, and look better with your pants off.
You're going to wonder why you didn't think of a couple of these!
Store-bought muffins are a total calorie bomb. Make these instead and get fewer carbs and calories, plus more protein.
Use the leg press for this one. Lift with both feet, hold the contraction for 3 seconds, and lower slowly with one foot.
Hit failure at 12-15 reps, rest only 20 seconds, then repeat for as many reps as possible.
Does weed make you overeat? Does it lower T levels? Here's what science tells us.
The answer isn't always to eat more and lift heavier. Here are three things a lot of lifters don't think about.
Ramp up your triceps workout with this new drop set variation.
If you want to motivate a client, your spouse, or your training partner, the words you use are important. Here's the latest science.
Jack up the metabolic and muscular damage, jack up your biceps growth. Try this superset.
Get stacked and pull more weight. Here's how.
Short on time? Don't rest less between sets or you'll interfere with your gains. Try this instead.
Improve your form and get a mechanical advantage boost. Here's how.
Can't lock out your deadlifts? Here's the cue you need.
Clean up your form. Get stronger in your weakest range of motion. Smash your PR. Here's how.
Many experienced lifters have added the face-pull to their training plan, but here's a challenging variation most haven't tried.
For over 60 years, the fitness industry has believed that cutting calories by 3500 results in a 1-pound loss. The industry is really, really, wrong.
The neck exercise every strong guy needs.