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.
Most lifters are lacking in the leg department. Why? Because the type of training you have to do for leg growth is brutal. Here’s how to get it done.
A heavy bar across your back and peanut butter sandwiches in your belly: it's time to build mass the Dan John way!
A tried-and-true eating plan for packing on muscle. Check it out.
This powerful combo of herbs coaxes your testicles into pumping out more T so you're stronger, more muscular, and have better erections.
Glutes get all the attention. A big butt is nice, but it needs to be balanced, both aesthetically and functionally, with strong quads.
Use high-intensity repeat training (HIRT) to build striated muscle, boost athletic strength, and develop machine-like endurance.
Do selfie-obsessed fitness chicks hold the secret to building muscle? The glute girls do. Here are 8 things you can learn from them.
If a trainer says to always rest 3 minutes between sets, he's an idiot. Here are the 9 things you need to consider to get the best results.
Drop the weenie weights, load this exercise heavy, and watch your deadlift PR skyrocket. Oh, and you'll build great glutes and hamstrings.
What does your neuro type tell you about how you should train for jaw-dropping gains? Just everything. Learn your type and get the workouts here.
Still trying to be the biggest dude in the gym? Once you've reached your muscular potential, your body will fight back. Here's what to do when it does.
Building muscle size, strength, and explosive power – as a single strategy – produces the absolute best gains, period! Here's how.
Yes, you can deadlift almost every day, get stronger, and not get injured. Here's how.
Do you have tiny calves and traps? How about unresponsive abs and pecs? Well, that sucks. Here are the simple solutions.
Every skinny, weak guy has abs. Big deal. Traps are the true sign of strength. Here's how to make yours huge.
The rowing machine may be the best conditioning tool out there for strength athletes. Here's how to use it.
A squat-based training plan guaranteed to make your legs not only bigger but stronger too.
Understanding the science of sets, reps, and muscle-specific fiber composition will make you sound smarter. Going to the gym and applying that knowledge will make you bigger.
You should be able to perform a strict rock-bottom squat, at least with bodyweight. Here’s why and how to achieve it.
Design your own nutrition plan made just for your body and your goals. Here’s how.
All those benefits people think they're getting from high-rep deads? They're not. But there is something you can do to make those gains.
A developed upper chest will set your physique apart from the crowd. Here's how to build it.
Natural lifters shouldn't be doing the same workouts as juiced lifters – and that goes for cardio too! Here's what to do and what to avoid.