In a sport full of negative stereotypes, Mark Dugdale stands apart. His humble approach may inspire you. His training regimen definitely will.
This unique way of doing reps is great for muscle gains. Warning: It's tough!
Does it hurt to squat, and not in a good way? Use this training method to fix your technique.
Get stronger on dumbbell incline curls simply by using a rolled-up towel. Here's how.
Test your shoulder mechanics and get stronger overhead with this diagnostic exercise. Check it out.
A challenging new way to do push-ups. Bonus: It looks damn cool. Check it out.
Here's a simple way to avoid smashing your chin on overhead pressing exercises. Bonus: You'll be stronger too. Take a look.
If your main goal is fat loss, then you need to know which camp you fall into. BOTH are mistakes. Check it out.
Recruit more motor units, improve form, and build more strength... by shutting your eyes? Yep, here's how it works.
Nothing screams “strength and conditioning” like EMOM training. Here are two ways to do it.
Not only is this a "fun" test, it'll also expose any weaknesses you may have in your core. Here's how to do it, and how to improve if you can't do it.
This movement teaches your body to turn on all available motor units and much more. Check it out.
Rest periods are for wimps. Okay, that's not quite true. But there is a better way to use them. Here's how.
Squat stuck? Use the training method top powerlifters use to smash that plateau. Check it out.
No need to panic. This much-feared compound won't turn you into a ballerina. Here's the real story.
It doesn't make you lean and it really isn't all that healthy. Oh, and it certainly doesn't detoxify anything.
A common practice turns your relatively safe plastic water bottle into a chemical time bomb. Here's what you need to know.
Bodybuilding is full of percentages, but you don't need to be a math geek to appreciate these numbers.
Build strength. Develop stamina. Display power. Sound good? See if you can survive these tough tests and workouts.
Everyone thinks they know how to train delts, but very few have mountains under their T-shirts. Here's what they're missing.
If you want to get bigger, stronger, or leaner, one question must be asked. Answer honestly and you'll make more progress. Take a look.
These alternative ways to track progress provide variety, insight, and results. Check 'em out.
Band training is kinda weenie. But adding bands to dumbbells will blow up your delts. Here's exactly how to do it.
Baseball pitchers use a changeup to shock and confuse the batter. Apply the strategy to your training and make the basics even more brutal. Here's how.