If you can do this, you're officially a bad-ass. If not, well, just trying it will make you a bad-ass. Check it out.
These training styles are all good, if you know what in the heck you're doing. Most people don't. That includes you. Check out the list.
Turn food into muscle instead of storing it as fat by maximizing muscle nutrient uptake.
This type of training raises the metabolism, preserves muscle, and torches fat. Here's how to do it.
An 8x8 set/rep scheme is tough enough, but do it using 30 second rest periods for all kinds of gains. Here's how.
This workout builds muscle, increases work capacity, and burns fat. Check it out.
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.
Here's how to prevent wrecked shoulders by getting your setup right.
All females are capable of doing pull-ups. They just need to master a few smart progression methods and sack up. Here's how.
The barbell bench press won't give you much chest growth. Here's why and how to fix it.
Isolation work has its place, but most of your workout program should revolve around these 6 major movement patterns.
Contracting the glutes during ab-wheel rollouts works the core musculature harder and fires up the abs.
Here's a simple way to get breakfast and dinner ready to go for the whole week.
Turns out, icing your injuries doesn't help and may even hinder the healing process. Luckily, there are better methods. Read this.
The idea of muscle confusion is largely misunderstood. You really don't need to keep the body guessing. Here's why, plus a better way to get strong.
Figure competitors and guys who squat 900 pounds have something in common. They use cable pull-throughs to build great posterior chains. Here's how.
Doing one set every minute forces you to keep rest times strict and pushes intensity. Here's how to do them.
This is like a concentration curl for your butt. Here's how to do it.
These two simple tweaks can boost pressing strength for bigger, stronger delts. Check 'em out.
Pre-pumped hamstrings will make your squat feel more comfortable and stable.
Train the transverse abdominis with the vacuum exercise for a harder, tighter waist.
Use the arrow formation. Your head and hands should form an arrow shape, not a T shape.
To add size to the calves you must remove the stretch-reflex and perform loaded stretching.
Don't do your cardio fully fasted, but avoid carbs. You'll protect muscle and burn more fat.