You're sometimes going to eat a meal that's going to burst the seams of your shorts. Here's how to control the damage.
Do finisher sets to torch more calories and reveal your muscle. Here's how.
Suck at pull-ups? Avoid machines and use this training technique instead. Check it out.
The stir-the-pot exercise will strengthen your core like nothing else. Here's how to do it.
This test will teach you a lot about your strength and athleticism. Here's how to do it.
You can get sore and not make progress. And you can make progress and not get sore. Here are the facts.
Studies show that telling others about your goals makes you less likely to achieve them. Here's why, plus a better method.
Constant time under tension mimics occlusion training and stimulates growth. Try this workout.
This variation of the cable curl strengthens the core and biceps at the same time. Here's how to do it.
Stress and anxiety keep you from getting restorative sleep. That kills gains. Here's how to squash stress and sleep deeply.
Stress can rob you of your gains. Enhance your body's ability to adapt naturally. Here's how.
Regular stretching often does more harm than good, especially for lifters and strength athletes. Here's why.
Pick one lift and do 3-4 sets at 80% of your max at the end of every training session. Here's why.
This puts you in a safer, more efficient position for big pulls and new PRs. Here's why.
There are better set/rep schemes out there than 3x10, especially if gains have stalled. Check these out.
Lift weights to lose fat. Use these 4 training tools for a smokin' physique.
Is political correctness weakening the military? Here are the politically incorrect facts about strength, performance, and women in battle.
Forget how awkward that sounds. This is an intense workout for biceps and triceps. Check it out.
Crushing the bar not only makes the lift safer, it'll help you lift more weight. Here's why.
The gym is full of phone-obsessed, squat rack curling wankers. Thank goodness these five awesome types of people are there too. Check 'em out.
Yes, it hurts, but it'll also strengthen your entire body, from quads to upper back. Here's how to do it.
These training styles are all good, if you know what in the heck you're doing. Most people don't. That includes you. Check out the list.
Here's how to prevent wrecked shoulders by getting your setup right.
Full range of motion is usually best, but partials can be used three ways to increase performance and build muscle. Here's how.