Many popular exercises work the same muscles the exact same way. That's a waste of your time. Here's what to avoid and what to do instead.
Mobilize and burn fat in stubborn areas with this supplement. Here's how.
Science suggests that big-bootied women will outlive us all. Check this out.
Hydration doesn't need to be so complicated. There are plenty of ways to stay fully hydrated without being a wannabe waterboy.
Following a program isn't realistic or even smart for many experienced lifters. At a certain point, you'll probably want to go “program-free.” Here's how.
Like it or not, all diets come down to eating less. Here's a simple way to take control before meals.
For 20 years, this coach has tested just about every muscle-building method out there. Here are his top five tips for gains.
We've been lead to believe that there's something magical about low-carb diets. Nope, it's just basic math. Here's why.
Deloads are often misused. They can accelerate your gains, but they can also derail them. Here's how to make a better plan.
Training opposing muscle groups together, like chest and back, is effective. But for best results, use precise pairings. Info here.
World record deadlifts have been set using this method, but some powerlifters hate it. Check it out.
If the Arnold press and the push press had a baby, it would look like this great exercise variation. Give it a shot.
To maximize arm size, you need to add this biceps movement to your program.
Taking vitamin D? Awesome. Just about everyone needs to. Too bad it's probably not working. Here's why and how to fix it.
The experts were horribly wrong about how much protein you could absorb in one meal. Here's the new science.
Build your legs, boost your regular squat, and work around injuries with this butt-busting variation.
Don't do more sets and reps than you need to. All it does is eat into your recovery and slow down gains. Details here.
Whether you're working around an injury, need a break from deadlifting, or just hate the deadlift for some reason, try these proven alternatives.
If squatting causes pain in your low back, knees, or shoulders, try one of these pain-free exercises that'll still get you big and strong.
If you train upper body with this specific rep range while working the lower body with another specific range, you'll make lots more progress.
Love the Olympic lifts but also want to look like you lift? Add these accessory moves to your plan.
Sure, try to add more weight to the bar, but understand that it has its limits, and it's not that great for building mass. Here's why.
The unilateral barbell hip thrust is more lower back friendly due to the lighter load, but still a tough challenge and a great glute builder.
Nothing says strength and power like big traps. Sadly, most people are training them wrong. Here's the best advice from 13 top coaches.