Regular stretching often does more harm than good, especially for lifters and strength athletes. Here's why.
Pre-training caffeine promotes fat burning two different ways. Check this out.
Do an exercise that deloads the spine immediately after one that loads it heavily. You'll get stronger and keep the spine healthy. Here's how.
Low T is associated with a higher death rate. It also makes you fat. Here's why you should pay attention to testosterone levels.
Turn food into muscle instead of storing it as fat by maximizing muscle nutrient uptake.
This workout builds muscle, increases work capacity, and burns fat. Check it out.
Isolation work has its place, but most of your workout program should revolve around these 6 major movement patterns.
Cravings aren't all in your head. They're partly caused by what's going on in your gut. Here's how to fix it and kill the cravings.
This is like a concentration curl for your butt. Here's how to do it.
Use the arrow formation. Your head and hands should form an arrow shape, not a T shape.
You're not the lifter you think you are if you're still making these mistakes.
Stimulants can really get you amped up for a tough workout, but do they have other effects as well? Dr. Lowery hooked himself up to fancy lab equipment to find out.
Four multi-tasking exercises that work the arms, hit the core, and vacuum the midsection all at the same time.
If you're disregarding the advice of an experienced lifter in favor of the latest study, you may be doing yourself a disservice. And you definitely look like a punk.
The newest internet expert disregards in-the-trenches wisdom from big, successful lifters and coaches. He's great at debating, but not so great at building muscle. Do you even lift, bro?
Have you ever had to go out to eat with a group of people while you're on a strict diet? Dave Tate feels your pain.
If you slightly change your grip or your stance on every rep or two, you recruit a far greater number of motor units.
To build up your squat, ignore things you're good at and spend time doing things that make you downright uncomfortable.
Trigger muscle growth with challenging variations of the chin-up, push-up, dip, and more!
To reach your training goals, you first have to identify the "kingpins" that are holding you back, then remove them.
Fear is the single best predictor of weightlifting success - not the absence of fear, but actually experiencing it.
Are you getting hung up on improving technique when you should be just concentrating on getting stronger?
Check out this single-leg movement that provides all the benefits of unilateral work while still allowing you to go heavy.
Never be satisfied with your current level of skill or development. Always try to improve, in every aspect of your life.