Stimulate more muscle growth just by changing your grip on these exercises you already do. Here's how.
Lifters who still believe these myths are missing out on gains. Which lies need to die? Find out here.
More and more women are lifting weights, but women's pro bodybuilding is dying fast. Here's why, plus a frightening look at the cause of “man face.”
Make the most of your gains by training like an athlete. Build muscle that performs as good as it looks. Here's how.
Tired of hearing "eat big to get big" by dopes who've always been big? Finally, some smart advice from someone who's been there.
Squeeze a loaded muscle and follow it with full-range reps. Why? You'll build a ton of new muscle. Here's the plan.
Kettlebells, chains, sleds, stability balls, and foam rollers fill the gym. Should you use them? Yes. But not like a jackass.
The Zercher squat can pack muscle on quads and traps like nothing else. It'll also weed out the weaklings. Most people won't do them. Will you?
Every skinny, weak guy has abs. Big deal. Traps are the true sign of strength. Here's how to make yours huge.
Pro bodybuilder Amit Sapir shattered the world record in the raw squat. Ten minutes later, he did it again. Here's how.
Pyramids are simple, logical, effective, and they just feel right. Here’s how to do them for best results.
Need a simple, challenging plan to build some serious mass? Try these four proven training methods. Full workout program included!
Strength & conditioning coaches are a dime a dozen, and most aren't worth that. Why has the field devolved? Let's find out.
Blast through your deadlift PR while building new mass on your upper back with Anderson deadlifts.
All you need is a bar, a bench, and 20 spare minutes to build a strong and muscular body. Want to lean up too? Add 4 minutes.
The hip thrust is the go-to move for building athletic speed and power, in addition to building a great butt. Here’s how to do it.
To bench more weight, bench more often, practice pauses, train the bottom part of the press, and have a smart plan.
The bench press may be everyone's favorite upper body barbell exercise, but its shorter-ranged cousin could be even better.
What you eat will either be used by muscle or stored as fat. It's called nutrient partitioning. Here's how to optimize it.
Busted-up veteran lifters often have to abandon the back squat. But they may not need to. Try these variations to keep the leg growth coming.
Eat as much protein as you want and it won't turn to fat. In fact, a new study shows it almost all turns to muscle. Check it out.
Stimulate growth and recovery with this unique training system. Get the complete program here, free.
Squat stance, knee flare, bar placement, hip and knee break, foot position. Find out what works best for you.
To be elite in any sport, you must be willing to make sacrifices, work hard, and be unbalanced.