This protein packed cake is fast, easy, and it won't make you fat. Get the recipe here.
What would happen if you did push-ups and bodyweight squats every day?
Blow up your arms and boost your bench press with this highly effective (but excruciating) finisher.
Everyone does these three stretches... and just about everyone is screwing them up. Are you?
Here's a new move that beats the snot out of your regular triceps exercises.
This warm-up drill will make your hips and joints feel awesome and it'll prepare your muscles for the big lifts to come.
To get jacked and heal injuries at the same time, make sure you're getting enough of this.
Drop your regular leg-day workout and try this for 8 weeks. If you can take the pain, your quads, hams, and glutes will explode. In a good way.
These will wreck your shoulder joints. Here's why, plus a better option.
De-stress and take the edge off without feeling drugged. Here's something that will do just that.
For rotator cuff work, the dumbbell is seldom the right tool. Here's what to do instead.
Can't feel your abs working? Maybe your glutes and hams can help. Try these five moves.
Most of us know how to train a muscle, but most of it seems to get flushed down the toilet when it comes to abs. Here's what you need to know.
This once-per-week deadlift program will give you a 20-50 pound increase in 1RM over a 16-week period.
Yes, you can build size with bodyweight exercises. But these aren't your typical beginner moves. Check 'em out!
If you're not as strong as you look, you're a fake, a scam, a knuckle-dragging billboard for "all show and no go" syndrome. Here's your intervention.
Training one body part per day is outdated, and full-body workouts don't always cut it. Push-pull-legs is superior for any goal. Here's why.
Not using drugs? Then stop training like someone who is. Here's how to milk your training for all its worth when taking the natural route.
It's kinda odd, maybe even politically incorrect, but science says it works. Check it out.
Nine butt-kicking bodyweight moves that lifters and athletes need, no matter how advanced they are.
This exercise basically combines all the benefits of a lateral raise, front raise, and band pull-apart.
This exercise makes you suck air, improves upper body strength, eases back pain, and builds a concrete core.
This simple loaded carry will get you bigger, stronger, and leaner. Here's how to do it right and work it into your training plan.
A lot of people can't do one proper push-up. And YOU may be one of them. Here are the most common problems and how to fix 'em.