Everyone has a favorite deadlift - the one they're strongest at. Here's how to figure out which one you should be doing.
The push-pull training split has been building slabs of muscle for generations. But can it be improved? You bet. Here's how.
Good benchers often have rotten chest development. The problem? Barbell bench pressing. Here's how to fix it.
Don't be scared. The reverse-grip bench press can be safely used to hit new, pain-free PR’s. Here’s how.
Naturally skinny? Here's how to finally gain some shirt-stretching muscle.
Whether you're new to lifting or a seasoned strength trainer looking to take up competition, understanding the difference is critical.
Understanding the science of sets, reps, and muscle-specific fiber composition will make you sound smarter. Going to the gym and applying that knowledge will make you bigger.
This classic bodybuilding program does what most programs can’t: it allows you to build muscle and lose some fat at the same time. Check it out.
Dr. John Berardi gives us the details on nutrition for athletes, diet strategy, food behavior, and Georges St. Pierre. See what he has to say.
You should be able to perform a strict rock-bottom squat, at least with bodyweight. Here’s why and how to achieve it.
When does a nutrition bar become a true, performance-enhancing food? When it's made like this.
It's a vague goal that's probably not working for you anymore. Instead, get serious and follow these 3 steps.
A fat waist is symptomatic of insulin insensitivity. You need to attack it with a combo of specific eating strategies, diet, exercise, and supplements. Here's how.
Drop the weenie weights, load this exercise heavy, and watch your deadlift PR skyrocket. Oh, and you'll build great glutes and hamstrings.
The more you ingest of either of these two fats, the more T your body produces.
We asked both the pros and the PhDs for their top pec training methods. Their answers may just surprise you.
When most people diet and train for fat loss, they lose a lot of muscle too. That's dumb and totally unnecessary. Here's how to avoid it.
This training method adds volume and builds strength, size, and endurance while getting you ripped. It's also fun. Here's how to do it.
Carb cycling doesn't work the way you think it works. But it can be used to preserve strength, energy and muscle while losing fat. Here's how.
Bring up your upper chest with this unique exercise. Here's how.
Building muscle size, strength, and explosive power – as a single strategy – produces the absolute best gains, period! Here's how.
The strongest lifters use straps, but not all the time. Here's a guide to help you decide when, and when not, to use them.
Olympic lifting isn't meant to pack on tons of muscle. But there is a way to train the O-lifts and build muscle at the same time. Here's how.
Three common things you probably do in the gym that will wreck your elbows, plus a few smart tricks that'll fix you right up.