Yes, you can deadlift almost every day, get stronger, and not get injured. Here's how.
Tired of hearing "eat big to get big" by dopes who've always been big? Finally, some smart advice from someone who's been there.
A one-rep max on the bench press only measures a fraction of your real strength. Can you pass this more complete list of tests?
No workout program or weekly split is perfect for everybody of course, but this one comes pretty damn close. Take a look.
Make it easier to build muscle by doing brutally hard things, like 20-rep squats. Here's your complete 6-week plan.
Challenge yourself, crush boredom, and build a capable upper body with these butt-kicking variations.
A smart fat-loss plan involves prioritizing nutrition, rotating between different metabolic stressors, and using lactate and alactate training methods.
To get big, you have load up a muscle for 30-60 seconds per set, right? Well, maybe, but there are other ways. Check out the latest science.
Use this simple math formula to find your perfect bench press grip, prevent injuries, and lift a lot more weight.
The sumo deadlift shortens the ROM, works the hips more, and is less stressful on the back than conventional deadlifts.
A conventional barbell is fine, but if that's all you use you're missing out on strength gains and a little novelty. Change your bar to improve your training.
Arms stop growing years ago? Time to apply one of these tips!
GVT works, if you can handle it. Here are the pros and cons.
Do you disappear when you turn sideways? Then you need to do a row exercise every time you hit the gym. Here's your specialization plan.
Want to build a strong, pain-free lower back? Here's your guide.
When most people diet and train for fat loss, they lose a lot of muscle too. That's dumb and totally unnecessary. Here's how to avoid it.
All you need to build strong, powerful abs is “The Pillar Killer” – a mechanical drop set built around a series of core-specific movements. Check it out.
What's the point of training if you're always hunched over and hiding your gains? Straighten up to look as strong as you actually are. Here's how.
When should you use tempo training and why? Mike Robertson answers these and other questions about this often-neglected component of strength and muscle building.
Building muscle boils down to getting on the right side of the protein synthesis balance sheet. Here's how to do it.
Add this to your workouts and you'll be bigger, leaner, and stronger. No BS, just results. Here are several ways to do it.
Fat guys have great calves. Here’s how to build them without the getting fat part.
Here’s why athletes and bodybuilders need more, not less, sodium in their diets to ensure optimal health, performance, and even gains.
An Interview with Pavel Tsatsouline