Got muscular endurance? Test it with this challenge. You'll hate it... but love it later.
Burn the fat and keep the muscle with these strength-based finishers that can be used in any gym.
All three of these training methods are valid. Problem is, they're being misused by dumb coaches and ignorant athletes. Are you one of them?
They say you can't chase two rabbits. But don't let the metaphors fool you. It's absolutely possible to achieve more than one objective under the iron.
Take the flexibility test, then use a unique exercise to build strength in new body positions. Your squat and deadlift will thank you.
Bodybuilding and strength training have hundreds of rules you need to follow to make progress. Trouble is, many of them suck. Break them.
Sooner or later, gains slow down. But they don't have to. Here's how to keep getting stronger, bigger, and better looking.
A simple technique that forces you to use better form and full range of motion. It'll burn like heck, but you'll like the results!
Warm-ups, mobility work, stretching, foam rolling, conditioning... do you even lift, bro? And do you really need all that stuff?
Nowadays it seems like every third person is a trainer or coach of some kind. It's time we held some of these lugnuts accountable.
One rep, three phases. This overload method will not only challenge you, it'll pack muscle on your weakest body parts, fast!
Once your physical skills are well-developed, psychology may be the greatest weapon in your arsenal. Check out these tips.
To extend time under tension and trigger key anabolic responses, do “burn reps” at the end of a set until you have nothing left in the tank.
Want to become a strength coach or high-level trainer? Most of today's programs will only help you become a miseducated rep-counter making minimum wage at Planet Fitness.
If you slightly change your grip or your stance on every rep or two, you recruit a far greater number of motor units.
How to use a blend of heavy and moderate loads for specific TUTs to trigger both sarcoplasmic and myofibrillar hypertrophy.
Most trainers insist that you change your program every 4 weeks. This is complete and utter BS.
A CrossFit athlete severs his spine during a competition. Freak accident or something that could have been prevented?
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.
Fourteen training, programming, and diet tips to make this your best year yet.
Here's a unique warm-up that uses just the barbell instead of bodyweight drills, foam rolling, or mobilizations.
Deadlift stuck? Here's a trick that will quickly improve your technique and help you set a new PR.
Combine volume and intensity by performing multiple sets and then taking the last set to muscle-tearing oblivion.