Which of these two phases are you in? Only one will get you the results you're wanting.
Starting the bar from a dead position on the bench press will make you stronger and bigger. Here's how.
Here's how to build your quads without overstressing your knees.
Biceps looking deflated? Combine these two training methods to get them growing again.
Do you hitch your heavy deadlifts or PR attempts? Use this assistance exercise to fix your problem: weak glutes.
This exercise makes it impossible to cheat, and it'll hit your glutes and hams too. Take a look.
Run, swim, or lift longer with just one or two capsules of this plant compound.
In the deadlift, if you can break the bar off the floor but struggle mid-shin, the problem is likely weak quads. Here's one way to fix it.
No motivation? Progress stalled in the gym? Here's how changing everything about your training can get you back on track.
What “missing” exercise would give you the most benefits if you added it to your program? We asked 10 pros. Their answers will surprise you.
It used to be the rule for building big quads, but today most people haven't heard of it. Let's change that.
You got shredded by dropping calories and adding cardio, but you can't do that forever. Here's how to drop the diet, stay lean, and avoid fat rebound.
What's the most effective workout? The best eating plan? Apply these 7 proven decision-making methods and you'll know.
Here's how to easily get over your cold faster and get your butt back into the gym.
Never drop the ball again... or the barbell. Here's a new way to build a crushing grip.
Your diet doesn't have to have a catchy name. Just make sure it has these three traits shared by all successful diets.
It's easy to do, but psychologically tough at first. And that's a good thing.
You'll build more muscle. Here are a few ways to do it, and some ideas to try if that's just not possible for you.
Three tips to help keep you from blowing your fat-loss diet every Saturday and Sunday. You know who you are!
Can't get lean and stay that way? Track your food intake. Here's why.
Some trainers call this bad form. Then again, some trainers are kinda dumb. Check it out.
Are you a non-responder or a super-responder to training? Act like a scientist and build workouts unique to your physiology. Here's how.
Which grip is best for you: clean grip or crossed arms? For most lifters, it's neither. It's the strapped method.
Here's why, plus much healthier ways to buy your nuts and make them taste awesome.