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Build your upper back with a twist on this classic bodyweight exercise.
If you're on the lanky side, this is a better leg builder than the back squat.
Maximize the pump and guarantee growth with this mechanical drop set.
They say cheese raises your cholesterol, leads to high blood pressure, and makes you fat. Here's what science says.
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Think achy joints are a good reason to sit out another workout? Screw that.
Improve shoulder stability and athletic performance with this advanced push-up variation.
And it doesn't have to take hours. Here's why you need to get your heart and lungs working now.
The lay press says to lay off protein shakes. Here's the truth.
Build your own protein bars that taste like candy bars. No oven required. Get the easy recipe here.
Here's a drop-set workout guaranteed to trigger new muscle growth.
Would a female fail a drug test after canoodling with an anabolics-using bodybuilder? Here's the scientific answer!
Some parents believe in early specialization. Are they right? Info here.
We tested dozens of physique friendly on-the-go snacks. Here are our favorites and where to get them.
Not using the GHR in your gym? You're missing out. It's a great knee-friendly, hip dominant movement.
This common error makes it harder to set squat and deadlift PR's, and it may even leave you injured.
Barbell and T-bar rows are great, but if you're also deadlifting and squatting, they can overwork the low back. Try this to give it a break.
This is potentially the greatest gift a son, daughter, grandson, or granddaughter could ever give to their aging parents or grandparents.
Why high-rep barbell work, heavy machine work, and partials all have a place in your training... that is, if you want to grow.
Use this easy recipe to whip up your own portable protein. No oven required.
Gym jargon is getting out of hand as trainers try to rebrand simple exercises and training concepts. Let's cut through the crap.
Doing an unorthodox number of reps and taking a really short rest period increased biceps growth by 100% during this study. Take a look.