Big? Check! Strong? Check! Now it's time to move like an athlete, ramp up your conditioning, and feel incredible. Here's exactly how to do it.
You can have hinkey knees and still train hard. You just have to make a few adjustments to keep them happy. Here's how.
Here's how to adjust your nutrition to match your training goal. It covers mass phases, fat loss phases, and maintenance phases.
Want to burn fat? Want to build a titanium butt? Want to get stronger on the big lifts? Do KB swings. But you gotta do them right. Here's exactly how.
Do you turn sideways and disappear? Then you need to work on back thickness. Pull-ups alone won't do it either. Try these exercises.
Don't waste all your training time warming up. But don't skip the warm-up either. Get primed to lift in just 6 minutes. Here's how.
The injury potential outweighs the benefits, plus there's a much better exercise for abs. Check it out.
Advanced lifters know that leg drive is key for hitting a new PR on the bench. Here are 5 tips to maximize it.
Do you have tiny calves and traps? How about unresponsive abs and pecs? Well, that sucks. Here are the simple solutions.
These machines are injurious, dysfunctional, or based on downright fraud. Luckily, there are some very effective alternatives.
A brutal trap bar program that uses insane volume to build muscle over your entire body without destroying your knees or lower back.
Olympic weight plates force everyone to deadlift 8.75 inches off the floor. Guess what? That may not fit your body type.
Most people train the big lifts once or twice per week. But the strongest people in the world use a much higher frequency. Here’s what you can learn from them.
Will putting on a pair of Olympic lifting shoes kick up your squat by 20 pounds, or are you better off wearing Chucks?
Two anteriorly loaded squat variations, both with benefits and drawbacks. So which is best for you?
If you want to grow your delts, you've got to train them often, but you've also got to be smart about it. Here’s how.
Got calves? Probably not. That's because you have to work them every day to get them to grow.
If, when, and how to wear weight belts to get bigger and stronger. Four coaches weigh in.
Sports specific training is a myth. Athletes need to be mobile, fast, and strong, and it starts by following the basic rules outlined here.
Can a big, strong guy do cardio without losing an ounce of size or strength? Check this out!
A 6-week routine filled with heavy weights, drop sets, and 100-rep muscle burners. You ready?
Don't read this unless you want to get bummed out about how you've been training the wrong grips, rep ranges, and exercises for your biceps, your back, and your entire lower body.
Chances are, you're doing your dumbbell rows incorrectly and we're all laughing at you.
This forgotten squat exercise is still one of the best ways to build quads.