It's time to shake up your workout. Challenge your friends (or enemies) and see who lasts the longest. Check it out.
These monster sets are so tough you should only use them for three workouts in a row. Check 'em out.
Sometimes a kick in the butt works better than a pat on the back, especially for fat loss. Here's why.
Stop using the word "weight" and get smarter about calories. This will help.
Most people won't do it. It's painful and often embarrassing, but it sure works. Check it out.
Got two minutes, a high pain tolerance, and the desire to build muscle? Then this training method is for you.
Speed work and band resistance are used by top powerlifters for the big three lifts. But they can also be used to improve your pull-ups. Here's how.
When fat loss is the main goal, the scale becomes the main tool for judging progress. Here's how that can backfire.
Put on your gym-face. Add these two intensity-extending techniques into your program.
A simple trick to increase insulin sensitivity. Here's how it works and how much to consume.
This time-saving combo will build your back, rear delts, and biceps. Here's how to do it.
4 simple dietary tricks that work better than low-carb diets. Check them out.
Try this supplemental chest exercise to bring up a weak point or use it to train around an injury. Check it out.
Walking lunges, backward lunges, static lunges... you've tried them all. But we bet you've never tried this. Check it out.
Sometimes they're needed, and sometimes you're just setting yourself up for future injury. Here's why.
Finish off your traps with these unique exercise variations.
Five minutes is all it takes to make more gains, build more strength, and hit goals faster. Just add a simple pre-workout primer to your training. Here's how.
Studies show that telling others about your goals makes you less likely to achieve them. Here's why, plus a better method.
This puts you in a safer, more efficient position for big pulls and new PRs. Here's why.
Don't let injuries keep you from making gains. Here's how to wisely work around shoulder problems and keep getting stronger.
Crushing the bar not only makes the lift safer, it'll help you lift more weight. Here's why.
Yes, it hurts, but it'll also strengthen your entire body, from quads to upper back. Here's how to do it.
Even if you train hard and eat right, these four things can trigger fat gain, wreck your sleep, and kill your strength. Here's how to fight them.
This is like a concentration curl for your butt. Here's how to do it.