Stuck at home? Here's how to whip up some homemade gains with eight advanced training methods.
Build all-over strength with these carry and push variations.
After testing 45 different back and biceps exercises with EMG, here are the ones that came out on top.
The tried and true workout program that builds muscle, burns fat, and busts plateaus.
Working up a sweat and watching your diet aren't the only paths that lead to fat loss. Check this out.
Think beyond the Pallof press and side plank. You want a strong, jacked core? Build it like this.
Use these two tools to increase discipline, boost mental toughness, and get more done.
A simple workout program that will help you break multiple personal records in just 8 weeks. Guaranteed.
How to get stronger and balance out your monotonous diet of squats and deadlifts with single-leg movements.
Can the foot-elevated split squat build legs as well as the squat? Before you answer, read this.
A heavy bar across your back and peanut butter sandwiches in your belly: it's time to build mass the Dan John way!
Ready to go for a new PR in the bench press, squat, or deadlift? How you warm up could make or break your max. Follow these guidelines.
This new study will definitely surprise you. Check it out.
Natural lifters shouldn't train like drug users, and they shouldn't diet like them either. Here's your dietary playbook, natties!
Don't have time to train 6 days a week for over an hour? Don't worry, you don't have to. Get in, get out, make gains. Here's how.
Don't do more sets and reps than you need to. All it does is eat into your recovery and slow down gains. Details here.
Boost your lower body mobility with this weighted drill.
If you think full body training is just for noobs, you're missing out. Here's how to bring back the gains with this advanced approach.
Want to look damn good? Want to amplify athleticism? Then train the glutes directly. Here's how to do it while protecting the low back.
Could it be that everything we thought we knew about glute training was ass-backwards?
How much protein should you eat per meal, per day, and during diets? And what kind of protein is best for gains? Answers here.
The rear delts are arguably the hardest muscle to isolate. Here are 4 things you can do to start feeling your delts, probably for the very first time.
For non-powerlifters, trap bar deads beat the pants off the barbell variation. Here's why.
Do you turn sideways and disappear? Then you need to work on back thickness. Pull-ups alone won't do it either. Try these exercises.