Several technique mistakes can be fixed with this simple trick.
Heard of dry needling? Thinking about trying it? Here's what it looks like and what it can do for you.
Gains stalled? Use this old-school intensity technique to jumpstart hypertrophy. Try not to die.
Here's the hard truth about success in the gym, whether you want to hear it or not.
You don't have to give up pressing just because your shoulders are cranky or you're rehabbing an injury. Just do it like this.
What's the best diet and training plan for YOU? Here's the smart way to find out.
Lifters often suffer from tight hip flexors. And most of them are stretching them wrong. Here’s the right way.
Which of these two phases are you in? Only one will get you the results you're wanting.
Hit your delts first, or ideally, on a different day than biceps. Here's why.
Biceps looking deflated? Combine these two training methods to get them growing again.
Do you hitch your heavy deadlifts or PR attempts? Use this assistance exercise to fix your problem: weak glutes.
Progress stagnated? Simplify. Here's how to do it and why it works.
What's the most effective workout? The best eating plan? Apply these 7 proven decision-making methods and you'll know.
You'll build more muscle. Here are a few ways to do it, and some ideas to try if that's just not possible for you.
Can't get lean and stay that way? Track your food intake. Here's why.
A new study may have discovered the healthiest way to eat vegetables. Check this out.
Here's a smart way to build biceps that manipulates leverages, allowing you to extend the set and target different muscle fibers.
If you have trouble locking out the deadlift, it could be a low back problem. Here's how to strengthen every portion of that weak link.
This anthocyanin improves body comp, but does it work even better than we thought? Check out this new research.
Here's a great exercise for the money-maker that most people are ruining by using too much weight.
Here's one training routine for the gym plus three things you can do anywhere to finally put some meat on those calves. Check it out.
If the bar is slipping out of your hands on the deadlift, your grip isn't strong enough. But since grip strength is mostly neural, it doesn't take long to see drastic improvements if you work on it.
Use this 5-step assessment to know if you should stop a set or continue.
This popular exercise doesn't actually do much, unless you're a rank beginner. Here's why, plus a better exercise.