There's a 90 percent chance you're doing lunges or split squats incorrectly. Here's where you're going wrong and how to do them right.
Loaded push-ups with plates or bands are awesome... if you get the resistance in the right place. Here's what you need to know.
Control insulin and you'll control exactly what your physique looks like. Here's how.
“But it'll cause injuries!” Will it? Will it really? Here's the part you're missing.
Everything you need to know about dips, plus some quick videos to make sure you're doing them right.
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.
Getting strong goes beyond lifting heavy. Here's what experienced lifters know that keeps them going long after most have quit.
A smart fat-loss plan involves prioritizing nutrition, rotating between different metabolic stressors, and using lactate and alactate training methods.
Train in a way that's specifically designed to elevate post-workout testosterone production. Here's exactly how you do it.
The deadlift is used by both powerlifters and bodybuilders, but there are 8 important differences. Here are the answers to all your questions.
The myths stop here. Here's what you can and can't learn from Asian cultures about health and longevity. You may be surprised.
Sorry, but if you want to get maximally jacked, you need to do more than the squat, bench press, and deadlift. Here's why.
For heavy lifting, drop the dumb warm-up sets and do ramp-ups instead. You'll get stronger, build more muscle and avoid injuries.
Use this simple math formula to find your perfect bench press grip, prevent injuries, and lift a lot more weight.
Olympic weight plates force everyone to deadlift 8.75 inches off the floor. Guess what? That may not fit your body type.
Sumo or conventional stance? Mixed, overhand or hook grip? And what's the best way to program it? You have deadlift questions, Matt Kroc has answers.
Heavy singles build strength, but they can also build freakish size if you know how to combine 3 different growth factors.
Drop tubs of lard off your waistline while maintaining or even gaining lean mass with weight training circuits.
Ladders and wave loading are both great ways to build size and strength, but combine them and you get something magical.
Chances are, your hamstrings are lagging. That’s because you need more than machine hamstring curls to build them. Check out these better exercises.
You want pumped-up pecs that you can balance a bottle of pilsner on in just 4 weeks? Get ready to train chest heavy, hard, and frequently.
A tested program that will quickly get you dominating on the Olympic lifting platform.
A conventional barbell is fine, but if that's all you use you're missing out on strength gains and a little novelty. Change your bar to improve your training.
Add this to your workouts and you'll be bigger, leaner, and stronger. No BS, just results. Here are several ways to do it.