These brand new exercises will hit your lats, strengthen your shoulder girdle, and give you a great set of abs.
How to train young athletes to get stronger, get faster, and get ready for life. You may even learn a few things yourself. Check it out.
Nothing kills your gains like a lifting injury. Here are the four injuries you're most likely to get and how to prevent them.
Athletes need to be strong to dominate the competition. Ironically, some strength coaches put strength on the backburner. Here's where they're going wrong.
Eccentric training, especially when you “accentuate” it by strategic means, is the best kept secret to hypertrophy and strength.
Trainers get certified and acquire clients by getting results. But the state may soon force them to get licensed and train clients differently.
If you look like a less-hairy version of Bigfoot, then you can't always train the same way as smaller guys. Here are the differences you need to know.
There are two personality types when it comes to training. Find out which one you are and you'll stay motivated and get results.
Scoot over, CrossFit. Competitive fitness is on the rise. Could it become America's new team sport? You decide.
Drop the planks and crunches. There's a better way. Here's how to really train your core to build overall strength and athleticism.
Got nagging injuries? Stop working through them and start preventing them in the first place. Here's how.
Why are bodybuilding fans and gym rats often the most homophobic people around? Time to call them out.
If you're like most lifters, your glutes, hams, and lower back are lagging. Bring 'em up to perform better, get faster, be stronger, and look hotter.
Got muscular endurance? Test it with this challenge. You'll hate it... but love it later.
Teach yourself to eat more vegetables, do more pull-ups, lift more weight, or anything else you think you should be doing. Here's how.
Get your lifts up, get your gains up, and move the bar faster. Do the clean and press to get better at everything.
Boost performance, wipe out imbalances, annihilate weak points, build muscle, and improve all the big lifts... with one exercise.
Burn the fat and keep the muscle with these strength-based finishers that can be used in any gym.
Squeeze a loaded muscle and follow it with full-range reps. Why? You'll build a ton of new muscle. Here's the plan.
Are you trying to make progress or get attention? There is a difference and you need to know it.
Kettlebells, chains, sleds, stability balls, and foam rollers fill the gym. Should you use them? Yes. But not like a jackass.
Have you become nonresponsive to lifting? It can happen. Here's how to cure the problem and get your body responding again.
For athletes, big muscles are never the problem. Excess body fat is.
All three of these training methods are valid. Problem is, they're being misused by dumb coaches and ignorant athletes. Are you one of them?