It's nasty and uncomfortable, but it'll make you bigger and stronger. Here's how to do it.
Top deadlifters know how to use a belt to stay safer and lift heavier. Here are two common mistakes to avoid.
Here's an easy way to strengthen your abs. And a hard way. And a ridiculously hard way. Take a look.
Several technique mistakes can be fixed with this simple trick.
Heard of dry needling? Thinking about trying it? Here's what it looks like and what it can do for you.
Most lifters over-pull when doing pull-ups and lat pulldowns. Here's why that's not good and what the movement should look like.
The muscle snatch is the best Olympic-style lift for those who just want to get bigger and stronger. It's also easy to learn. Here's how to do it.
Here's the hard truth about success in the gym, whether you want to hear it or not.
You don't have to give up pressing just because your shoulders are cranky or you're rehabbing an injury. Just do it like this.
What's the best diet and training plan for YOU? Here's the smart way to find out.
High-rep sets build muscle. Heavier, low-rep sets do too. Here's how to do them both in the same workout.
Lifters often suffer from tight hip flexors. And most of them are stretching them wrong. Here’s the right way.
Which of these two phases are you in? Only one will get you the results you're wanting.
Here's how to build your quads without overstressing your knees.
Biceps looking deflated? Combine these two training methods to get them growing again.
In the deadlift, if you can break the bar off the floor but struggle mid-shin, the problem is likely weak quads. Here's one way to fix it.
No motivation? Progress stalled in the gym? Here's how changing everything about your training can get you back on track.
The muscle-bound myth is dead, or at least it should be. Here's why even athletes need some meathead hypertrophy training.
Here's how to easily get over your cold faster and get your butt back into the gym.
Here's how to manage your carbs to lose fat but keep the muscle gains coming.
It's easy to do, but psychologically tough at first. And that's a good thing.
Can't get lean and stay that way? Track your food intake. Here's why.
Most people can't even do it on their knees, much less standing. (Wait, that sounds dirty.) Here's how you can master it.
This looks easy, until you try it. Build your grip, strengthen your core, and jack up your heart rate with this exercise.