The Ohio Hellraiser talks Blast & Cruise, Harley Davidsons, the pros of bodybuilding training(!), and what conditioning drills rate high on the awesomeness scale. (Hint: it ain't the treadmill).
The Zen Master of weightlifting wants you to simplify your approach, build muscle, and live the good life.
Here are seven steps you can use to improve your programming and get better results from your hard work.
Dr. John Berardi gives us the details on nutrition for athletes, diet strategy, food behavior, and Georges St. Pierre. See what he has to say.
Are you still following this old school bodybuilding advice? It's time to call out the common myths. Here's what it is and why it's wrong.
Elite powerlifter Matt Kroc lives by a code that drives him to do things we find scary and inspiring.
One of the top product developers in the sports nutrition industry talks frankly about new developments in the wild world of sports supplements.
They publish umpteen workouts, but do they practice what they preach? Take a peek into the workouts of John Romaniello, Clay Hyght, and Nick Tuminello.
If you want to build a healthy, muscular physique, the quality of your food matters. Here's what to add to your diet.
The way we see it, there are two types of lifters: those who like trisets, and wusses. Here's an article for the former.
Supersets can help you gain more muscle in less time, but only if you know how to pair the perfect exercises.
Tried and true tempo training may be just what you need to reignite muscular gains. Here’s how to do it.
Jim Wendler returns to talk assistance exercises, peaking for meets, and why losing your lunch sprinting up a hill is a good thing.
Inflammation helps protect the body... and then it kills you. Mike Russell shows you how to smash it before it smashes your goals.
Would you have the balls to train at a gym where screaming in pain and puking are everyday occurrences?
One of the most challenging and effective fat loss methods you'll ever try.
Want gains? Fuel, protect, and reload muscle immediately prior to, during, and immediately after training. Here’s how.
38 years of under-the-bar experience, the best exercises, and why back squats still suck.
Increase strength, decrease fat, and improve conditioning-at the same time? Sound like guru voodoo? Well, then keep reading...
The venerable one dishes out an intriguing prescription for adding intensity to standard hypertrophy programs.
Call it whatever you want: circuit training, interval training, whatever. Two things are certain: 1. It ain't for wimps. 2. It'll rip the fat off you.
Send us your half-naked pics and we'll evaluate your body. It's not as weird as it sounds.
The Devil's Advocate returns to talk overhead presses, cable pull throughs, finishers, pin presses, and why those dudes winning Super Bowl rings look the way they do.
Training tricks to help you lift more weight and perform better. Check ‘em out.