Load up the lengthened position and finally pack on some size. Here's how.
Got two minutes? Drop to the floor and try this challenge!
If you don't manage inflammation properly, you'll never make any gains. Here's how to make this bogeyman bend to your will.
Here's how to make this gadget work even better. Warning: It's gonna hurt.
Here's what to do if your curls aren't cutting it.
Use a blend of bodyweight and weighted pull-ups to hit new PRs and build your upper body. Here's the complete program.
Growth hormone isn't what it's cracked up to be. Besides, it causes a side effect that some bodybuilders probably haven't considered. Info here.
What you need to know about the 10 percent rule.
Ah, push it. Push it real good. It looks weird, but this is a damn effective exercise for strong glutes.
Punch like Tyson. Kick like a mule. Use these two proven moves to crank up your core strength.
Arnold used one. Should you? Here's who will benefit the most.
No strongman implements? No room in your gym? Then do your loaded carries like this.
Try these workarounds to keep you in the gym when you're feeling a little banged up.
The long head of your triceps is mostly what makes it look big, but many triceps exercises don't hit it very well. This one does.
All the reverse flyes in the world won't build up your lagging posterior delts. Add this move to shoulder day.
And you're making her fat too, ya jerk. Check out these startling new findings and learn what to avoid.
Shoulders are hard to keep healthy when you're trying to get them big and strong. Fix that now with these tips.
New research shows short bouts of high-intensity cardio done throughout the day work just as well as doing them all at once. Info here.
Build a better back with this one-arm row variation.
Make your delts bulletproof, then make them stupid big. Here's how.
This forgotten food has been rediscovered and science is pretty excited about its many healthful effects.
It's a hot debate right now, so let's cut through the confusion. Here's what you need to know.
Your honest answers to these questions are more important to your lifting success than any specific program or diet. Check 'em out.
New research proves a single high-carb, high-calorie meal might end up causing long-term damage to your insulin sensitivity.