For a small number of people, IF works great. But for others it can completely backfire. Is it right for you? Here's what you need to know.
You're thinking about off days all wrong. And that wrong thinking is the reason you're dissatisfied with your progress in the gym. Here's how to get growing again.
Yes, you can deadlift almost every day, get stronger, and not get injured. Here's how.
You've heard of high-frequency strength training. But what about low frequency? Cut your gym time in half and still make gains. Here's how.
Skinny? Interested in packing on muscle mass and having the strength to back it up? This program is for you.
Get back to bodybuilding's roots and build muscle using old-school strongmen techniques.
What's the best way to build strong glutes that also make every jaw in the gym drop? We ask the experts.
Science shows that this multi-talented compound makes you leaner, increases endurance, and builds muscle. Check it out.
Let's see how fit you really are. Take this quick test. And try not to puke.
The Zercher squat can pack muscle on quads and traps like nothing else. It'll also weed out the weaklings. Most people won't do them. Will you?
Some lifters avoid conditioning work because they're afraid of losing muscle... and their athleticism and waistlines suffer. Here's the fix.
Build a stronger grip, great abs, monstrous traps, and a serious set of arms with timed sets of heavy carries.
Rethinking a classic strength training paradigm so that it results in massive hypertrophy gains.
Build more muscle from two or three short weekly workouts than most guys do from training six days a week. Try these programs.
For heavy lifting, drop the dumb warm-up sets and do ramp-ups instead. You'll get stronger, build more muscle and avoid injuries.
The sumo deadlift shortens the ROM, works the hips more, and is less stressful on the back than conventional deadlifts.
Eat as much protein as you want and it won't turn to fat. In fact, a new study shows it almost all turns to muscle. Check it out.
Everybody focuses on pulling the bar off the floor, but the most important factor is how you lower it. Here's why.
Yes, you'll get fat if you eat too much. But you'll get fat even faster if you're making this very common mistake.
Here are 10 strategies to help you do what was once thought to be impossible: growing muscle without growing your belly.
Good benchers often have rotten chest development. The problem? Barbell bench pressing. Here's how to fix it.
What you eat will either be used by muscle or stored as fat. It's called nutrient partitioning. Here's how to optimize it.
The push-pull training split has been building slabs of muscle for generations. But can it be improved? You bet. Here's how.
The strongest lifters use straps, but not all the time. Here's a guide to help you decide when, and when not, to use them.