Dave Tate talks about injuries, nutrition, technique, peri-workout nutrition, and in general, busting your balls in the gym.
The next phase in Dave's iron evolution is helping others, and he's starting with you.
Heavy and hard rows should be a mainstay in your program, but why limit yourself to just barbells and dumbbells?
Are you one of those people who get all holier-than-thou when it comes to organic or natural food? Get off your organic high horse and read this article.
Some people make really dumb decisions about fitness. Do you? See the list.
Knowledge is power, but knowledge can also be limiting. Real progress occurs when you harness the power of the belief effect.
Seven things you need to do to reach your lifting goals.
Time to cut the crap and build some serious muscle with these scientifically-backed training methods.
Best squat stance, high-bar versus low-bar, contrast training, 7/4/7 squats, and much more from Nick T.
A long-time strength coach finally enters a powerlifting meet. Here's what you can learn from his experiments.
Everybody is an expert today… except they’re really not. Here’s how to separate the experts from the fakers.
The road to a massive body that sports its own zip code begins with simply getting stronger. Here's a minimalist approach to getting maximal results.
A simple yet exciting way to spice up your old workout to stimulate new growth and burn fat.
Here are some innovative ways to get a kick-ass conditioning workout at the boring old commercial gym.
Overcome your average genetics. Quit complaining, read this, and make gains like never before.
Cardio, functional training, and mobility. Check out this fresh take on the stuff lifters love to hate.
Curls with kettlebells, how to cluster-train with deadlifts, the truth behind upper and lower abs, new research on how muscle works, and much more.
Train your back like it's your job. Undo the damage from chronic sitting and limit the consequences of too much benching. Here's what to do.
It’s a plan only for true muscle masochists. It was first proposed in Iron Man magazine in 1976. We know why it didn't get popular – it hurt too much.
Six strength coaches explain what they changed about their training and nutrition. Here's what you can learn from what they learned.
Think the only exercises that matter are the trendy ones? Wrong. Do the uncommon things to get uncommon results. Then get ready to sport some skin.
Bodybuilding's Dr. House applies his nutritional knowledge and insight to cure a lifter who's lost his will to lift.
Variety doesn't have to mean replacing the basics with Bosu balls and Zumba classes. Try this to shake things up.
When Dave Tate retired from powerlifting, he was a physical wreck. So he took matters into his own hands and came up with an unorthodox cure.