Ok, they don’t totally suck, but there are other ways to improve stability and range of motion. All you need is a bar and a dip belt. Check this out.
One rep, three phases. This overload method will not only challenge you, it'll pack muscle on your weakest body parts, fast!
Too often, advanced lifters allow small errors to slip through the cracks of an otherwise tight program. Here's how to fix them.
The newest internet expert disregards in-the-trenches wisdom from big, successful lifters and coaches. He's great at debating, but not so great at building muscle. Do you even lift, bro?
Are you getting hung up on improving technique when you should be just concentrating on getting stronger?
Building a better body requires commitment and consistency. Here's how to never miss a workout.
To achieve a goal, you must train specifically for the task. But without variation you'll fizzle. Here's how to fix that problem.
An amateur has amateur habits, while a professional has professional habits. Which category describes you?
Former skinny-guy Justin Negrete tells you how he built over 55 pounds of pure muscle with T Nation and Biotest.
Start bending bars and setting personal records just by opening up your mind to a few new ideas.
The most important time to get the right nutrients into your body is around the workout, but breakfast is crucial, too. Here’s why.
Here are seven training tenets that have worked for over 30 years. Have you adopted them all?
Ready to take your training up a notch? Try never-ending sets, tonnage programs, and minute-on-the-minute sets.
Is there a case for less than perfect form? Yes. Here’s why.
Try any one of these powerful training epiphanies. It may be what markedly improves your performance and physique.
They're still your favorite exercises, just tweaked a bit to make them that much more painful - and productive.
Here are 15 workout tips from Bret Contreras, ranging from the best way to do rows to how to get a great chest pump.
Dave Tate talks about injuries, nutrition, technique, peri-workout nutrition, and in general, busting your balls in the gym.
How to wake up those glutes and train them like a man.
Knowledge is power, but knowledge can also be limiting. Real progress occurs when you harness the power of the belief effect.
There’s cardio and then there’s warrior cardio. Do the latter. Here’s how.
Some of our greatest accomplishments are the result of good mentoring. Here’s who guided 5/3/1’s Jim Wendler.
Cardio, functional training, and mobility. Check out this fresh take on the stuff lifters love to hate.
It’s a plan only for true muscle masochists. It was first proposed in Iron Man magazine in 1976. We know why it didn't get popular – it hurt too much.