Got small quads, a weak chest, or lagging triceps? Here's the smart way to bring them up to par.
Too many antioxidants is not better than too few, and may do more harm than good. Here's what you need to know.
There's more than one type of grip strength, and you need to train all of them to build a powerful grip. Here's how.
Build your biceps, forearms, and grip strength with this challenging one-rep chin-up. Here's how.
Not only will this workout rip off the fat, it'll teach you to breathe correctly when fatigued. Check it out.
Sometimes they're needed, and sometimes you're just setting yourself up for future injury. Here's why.
When you ice or use pain killers after a tough workout, you're actually putting the brakes on muscle growth. Here's why.
Bust plateaus and add more pounds to the bar with this simple technique. Check it out.
How to manipulate insulin production to get shredded while still fueling and recovering from tough workouts.
Think you're good at push-ups? Here's your chance to find out.
Regular stretching often does more harm than good, especially for lifters and strength athletes. Here's why.
Pick one lift and do 3-4 sets at 80% of your max at the end of every training session. Here's why.
This puts you in a safer, more efficient position for big pulls and new PRs. Here's why.
If you can do this, you're officially a bad-ass. If not, well, just trying it will make you a bad-ass. Check it out.
Turn food into muscle instead of storing it as fat by maximizing muscle nutrient uptake.
Lifters and athletes can handle more carbs, even when trying to lose fat. Check out these guidelines.
Turns out, icing your injuries doesn't help and may even hinder the healing process. Luckily, there are better methods. Read this.
To be strong, you have to squat. But which barbell variation is best for you? Low bar, high bar, front, overhead? Find out here.
You hear these words all the time, but do you even know what they really mean? It's time to stop it with the nerdy buzzwords and go back to basics. Start here.
Explosive movements make you faster, but there's more to strength than the concentric portion of a lift. Stop being a weakling on the lowering.
Check out Mark Dugdale in the new Biotest commercial, and let us know what you think.
Spankin' new studies about junk food, motivation, and diet psychology to help you get ripped and stay that way.
An inside peek into the daily life and training of a professional stuntman, plus quick workouts anyone can use to build stuntman athleticism and Hollywood abs.
Bodybuilding and strength training have hundreds of rules you need to follow to make progress. Trouble is, many of them suck. Break them.