Shake up your at-home workouts, build muscle and strength, and get mobile. Here's how.
Pump up your quads, stretch your tight hammies, and work your abs too. No gym required.
This pandemic, a nutritional one, affects roughly one eighth of the world's population, especially athletes. Here's how to beat it.
Phytochemicals can treat a number of human diseases, possibly even those caused by viruses. Here's the science.
Train hard and you leech out important minerals involved in keeping T levels high and testicles happy. Here's how to fix that.
Front load them so that you're actually working your back and not your hips or spinal muscles. Here's how.
If you're going to commit yourself to the drudgery of using an indoor cardio machine, you might as well get the most bang for your buck.
Resistance bands are here to stay, whether used alone or added to your big lifts. Here are the benefits and drawbacks.
The rear delts are arguably the hardest muscle to isolate. Here are 4 things you can do to start feeling your delts, probably for the very first time.
Scientists wire up a bunch of lifters to see which type of deadlift is best for working the glutes and hamstrings. Here are the results.
A 6-month long study used experienced lifters to pinpoint what amount of volume would build the most muscle and strength. Here's what they found.
All soldiers have to pass the new combat fitness test. Could you? Here's how to prepare yourself.
Increase time under tension, create an enormous pump, and make gains... if you can take the pain. Here's how.
Bill Pearl is widely acknowledged as the first thinking man's bodybuilder. Here are three things you can learn from him about building muscle.
You can rapidly increase muscle gains with twice daily training... if you do it right. Here are the rules.
You don't want a sluggish metabolism... or even a fast metabolism. You want a flexible metabolism capable of switching fuels rapidly. Here's how to get it.
If men believed all the bad things written and said about testosterone, we'd all castrate ourselves. Luckily, most of what they say is BS.
If you can easily knock out dozens of reps of an ab exercise, it's probably because your abs aren't doing much work. Fix that. Here's how.
A lot of gyms are filled with annoying jackasses. Here's a little checklist to make sure you're not one of them.
Poor energy, poor endurance, bad digestion, acid reflux, TMJ problems, and even low self-esteem could all be caused by the way you stand or sit.
Drop the genetics excuse, Mr. Thermometer Calves. Train them first every time you hit the gym using these exercises and special techniques.
Build your deadlift with this accessory movement.
Doctors often think lifters are sick because their physicals and blood tests yield scary results. Here's how to protect yourself from false positives.
So you can do 8 decent pull-ups. Big deal. You're still not ready to do the weighted version. Do these instead.