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Scientists figure out how much caffeine to ingest before a workout, when exactly to ingest it, and whether habituation is a problem.
Build more muscle from two or three short weekly workouts than most guys do from training six days a week. Try these programs.
How much muscle can a natural, experienced lifter gain in 4 weeks? Can he lose fat at the same time? This coach decided to find out.
Warning: This workout is gonna hurt. Get ready to use time under tension, multiple angles of attack, and a whole bunch of lactate.
It's a good exercise, but most people screw it up. Here's why.
These are both popular and effective ways of organizing your workouts, but which is right for you? Find out here.
You can lie to yourself and say big arms aren't important to you. Or, you can follow this program for a month and finally build them.
Everyone thinks about upper traps, but not lower. That's too bad because the lower traps are crucial for proper movement, strength, and symmetry. Here's how to train them.
Finally, science figures out the real reason why some guys are hardgainers and others are muscle monsters.
Everything a weight-lifting woman ever wanted to know about breast implants but was afraid to ask.
Arms stop growing years ago? Time to apply one of these tips!
Everyone needs to be doing face pulls. Period. Here are five new variations that'll boost shoulder health and muscle growth.
This specialized 5/3/1 template will put size on the most stubborn hardgainer. Just add food and effort.
What's the best way to build strong glutes that also make every jaw in the gym drop? We ask the experts.
Aggressive workouts lead to fast progress and monster gains. Here are three different 30-day challenges to bring up your glutes and your PRs.
This coach dared to mess around with Jim Wendler’s 5/3/1 and tweak it for his athletes. Here’s what happened.
If you want to build muscle as fast as humanly possible, here's a complete A-Z program to help you do just that.
This forgotten squat exercise is still one of the best ways to build quads.
The classic 5 x 5 set/rep scheme works. But here’s how to make it even better.
This type of squat improves your form, saves your joints, and makes a great addition to your regular squatting.
There are three training mechanisms that contribute to building muscle. You need to use all of them to grow. Here's how.
Reg Park, the guy who inspired Arnold, knew how to build strength and symmetry. Here’s what we can still learn from him today.