Tap into Type II muscle fibers first in your workout and turn on growth. Here's how to do it.
Want to get in your cardio? Skip the treadmill and get in the squat rack instead.
Nail your abs and upper body with fall-outs. Here's how.
Finish off your shoulder workout with this effective (but painful) exercise technique.
To build big delts, you need to learn to contract your delts. Here's how.
Amit Sapir, world record holding powerlifter and pro bodybuilder, shows you his favorite way to build delts.
Want to build your triceps? Get on the floor. Here's why.
The kneeling rest-pause chin-up builds explosiveness and helps you perfect your form on regular chin-ups. Here's how to do it.
Thirty push-ups in three different positions. Can you hang?
This warm-up drill will make your hips and joints feel awesome and it'll prepare your muscles for the big lifts.
Calves won't grow? You're probably going too fast. Hold the bottom position for around 5 seconds and the top for 3.
The health benefits of store-bought almond milk are questionable. Just make your own. Here's how.
Stimulate new biceps growth by holding the weight at 90 degrees for 20 seconds, then performing curls until failure.
Add accommodating resistance to curls for new growth. Get a band and angle it so it provides maximum resistance at the top of the movement.
Want to build more pressing power and overall strength? Flip your bench. Check this out.
Make this simple change to the way you approach meals and start to gain more muscle and whittle away fat.
Use this technique to make your regular barbell and dumbbell lunges work even better.
Do this exercise before you bench press and you'll lift more weight.
Yes, really. This training method will also improve your lifting mechanics. Take a look.
Get your shoulders ready for chest day or a big bench press with this superset.
Bench heavier and blast through plateaus. Here's how.
Looks weird. Works great. Check this out.
Increase range of motion, get stronger, and become more athletic. Do this drill.
Dead-stop triceps extensions followed with close-grip presses. Do it. Here's how, and why it works.