Boost performance, wipe out imbalances, annihilate weak points, build muscle, and improve all the big lifts... with one exercise.
Weak benchers do flyes, pec deck, and machine presses – everything except what they need to be doing, which is bench, bench, bench.
GVT works, if you can handle it. Here are the pros and cons.
The mainstream media would have you believe that hGH is the holy grail of ergogenics, but is it?
This forgotten squat exercise is still one of the best ways to build quads.
Here’s why athletes and bodybuilders need more, not less, sodium in their diets to ensure optimal health, performance, and even gains.
A unique program for size and strength that uses full-body workouts and a set/rep scheme you’ve probably never tried before. Check it out.
A practical guide to physique enhancement with pharmaceuticals
For supplements to build muscle, burn fat, or raise testosterone, they need to be concentrated, absorbable, and bioavailable. Here's what to look for.
Science gives us a new way to figure out how much fat we're carrying. All you need is a tape measure. But is it any better than BMI?
Squats rock, but they actually don't give you complete quad development. Here's what gets skipped and what exercise will fix it.
Can you pass these tests of glute activation and strength? If not, we'll show you how to get those babies firing.
Nagging joint pain - everyone deals with it at some point. But don't think a little time off is going to cure it. Be proactive to get long-term relief. Here's how.
Tired of hearing "eat big to get big" by dopes who've always been big? Finally, some smart advice from someone who's been there.
A guide to mastering and progressing the GHR, Nordic ham curl, reverse hyper, and back extension.
No machines, no problem! This free-weights only program will build size and strength better than machines anyway.
The sumo deadlift shortens the ROM, works the hips more, and is less stressful on the back than conventional deadlifts.
The bench press may be everyone's favorite upper body barbell exercise, but its shorter-ranged cousin could be even better.
Fix your posture, build your rear delts, and heal your shoulders. Here’s how to do it.
A tested program that will quickly get you dominating on the Olympic lifting platform.
To build a set of standout calves, you need to think outside the box. Here’s how.
John Meadows’ style of training is typically used by only very advanced lifters. Here’s how to make it work for you if you’re a mere mortal.
Whether you're an athlete or bodybuilder, you should be training your neck. Here's the smart way to do it.
Add this to your workouts and you'll be bigger, leaner, and stronger. No BS, just results. Here are several ways to do it.