Losers use injuries as excuses to be lazy. Winners find ways to work around them. Here are 17 tips for wounded winners.
Don't just grip it and rip it. The right hand position can help you build muscle and strength. Here’s what you need to know.
Four squatting rules that will fix your form and help you set a new PR fast.
While variety is good – even necessary – too much of it derails your progress. Here’s what you need to know.
They play a role in allergies, the immune system, body weight, and even testicle size! They also do something really, really, weird (or weird-er).
One simple but highly effective deadlifting tip that you probably haven't tried before.
Ask yourself these three important questions and you’ll be able to choose better workouts for your goals.
How important is exercise variation really? According to this coach, not very. Check out his reasoning.
Lifting that's effective becomes lifting that's enjoyable. Make it so with this crucial advice.
Stimulate the neurological/myofibril connection to accelerate strength and muscle gains. Here’s how.
Static stretching makes you weak, slow, and doesn't improve flexibility. Or does it? Here’s a different opinion.
Injured? That doesn't mean your workouts should consist of channel surfing. Here are some great heavy-weight exercises you can still do.
A handful of ideas about lifting, food, and even life that will make you think. (Don’t be scared.)
Don't let age limit your training. Here's how to gain strength and get your head right.
Screw linear periodization. Autoregulate your training and PR each time you train. Here’s how.
All training programs should have a simple audit. It’s time to look under the hood and see what’s missing.
Let’s talk calf training without machines, sure-fire sleep, simple warm-ups, and even hand care for meatheads.
Try any one of these powerful training epiphanies. It may be what markedly improves your performance and physique.
Tips on getting the most out of the deadlift, pull-up, and bent-over row.
Three experts devise training programs for 5 different body parts. If there’s something you want to build, start with one of these plans.
They're still your favorite exercises, just tweaked a bit to make them that much more painful - and productive.
Goal setting requires an ongoing assessment. Here's what lifters should know about making it from point A to point B.
Do you really need to worry about the ratio between omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids? Here’s what science has to say.
Nate Miyaki says to forget the resolutions, forget the endless string of magical diet and training tips; all you need to do is learn one simple lesson.