Keeping a bowlful of this so-called processed food on the counter improves heart health, reduces inflammation, and even makes you leaner.
How to use your metabolic rate to keep the gains coming.
Your appetite can help you find your sweet spot when it comes to training volume. Here's how.
Looks weird, but it'll light up your shoulders, chest, lats, and even your traps.
Every once in a while, someone says that fish oil doesn't work and the whole world gets suckered in. Here's where they get it all wrong.
Want big, nasty quads? Do this exercise. Is it functional? Yes, it functions to build big, nasty quads.
Feeling beat up after leg day? Try this to work out the tightness and free up your mobility.
There are two stages to staying motivated enough to reach your goal. Most people get stuck in the first stage... and don't even know about the second.
The Z press is the ultimate exercise to test your ability to keep your posture while pressing something overhead.
This accessory lift teaches you to use proper form before moving to the standing barbell press.
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Use this to strengthen your stabilizers and get stronger in all overhead pressing movements.
Do as many good reps as you can in the 4-6 rep range. Your goal will then be to double that number of reps. To do that you take short rest periods (15 seconds).
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Aim to complete 50 reps in four minutes, breaking up the sets and rest periods as needed. Work up to using your bodyweight on the bar.
A back exercise. A core strength exercise. A much-tougher-than-it-looks exercise. Try it!
Single-leg trap bar exercises in the style of the Reeves deadlift (hands on plates, not bar) provides the perfect stimulus for crushing every muscle in the body.
Phytochemicals, fiber, filling low-calorie volume... try this for one week and you'll get it all.
Think those TRX-style gadgets are just for newbies? Think again. Try these challenging exercises.
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This targets the glutes, hamstrings, postural muscles and, of course, the rear delts.
It doesn’t matter if you want to lose fat or build muscle. There’s something else you need to do first.
This RDL variation, using a barbell placed in a corner, really nails your glutes.
This mental exercise is harder than you think. Try it for a week and become a tougher, happier person.