Sure, the big 3 lifts are great, but experienced lifters need to stop chasing numbers for a while and fix their weak links. Here's why and how to do it.
Foods that love your prostate are also foods that shore up your erections. Here's how to get healthy and shored-up at the same time.
Barbell and T-bar rows are great, but if you're also deadlifting and squatting, they can overwork the low back. Try this to give it a break.
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.
This is potentially the greatest gift a son, daughter, grandson, or granddaughter could ever give to their aging parents or grandparents.
Take a look back at some of the biggest training and diet trends. Did you fall for any of them? Here's what to keep in mind.
Social media can make you small and weak. Here's why.
You don't need high-octane fuel or nitro if you're only driving a Prius. The same thing applies to newbie lifters and high-octane supplements.
Gym jargon is getting out of hand as trainers try to rebrand simple exercises and training concepts. Let's cut through the crap.
What's the deal with them? Do they work like steroids? What are the side effects? Answers here.
Insecure males scream about drugs anytime they see someone stronger, more muscular, or more dedicated than they are. Pathetic.
In this triceps extension variation, lower to your nose for 10 reps, then to your forehead for 10 reps, then behind your head for 10 reps.
Most of the cardio work done in the gym is stupid. Here are three methods that actually burn calories and build work capacity.
This not only works the upper and lower traps, but also trains elevation of the scapula.
Combine rope pushdowns, overhead extensions, and dips into one giant set for guaranteed gains. Do 4 sets, 12 reps for each exercise in the giant set.
This combo of shrugs and mini-rows will really build middle and upper traps, as well as the rhomboids.
Here's a great rowing variation to use if barbell rows are too tricky for your cranky lower back.
Why do many non-celiacs feel better when they drop gluten? Because gluten may not be the real problem with bread and pasta. Info here.
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.
Your training style and diet do not define you. Here's how to disinvest, ditch your cultish tribe, and keep improving.
Which one of the two, if either, is best for a lifter to eat? The answer seems obvious, but it's not.
The bench press isn't a one-size-fits-all lift. You need to tailor it to your skeleton. Here are five ways to do it.
In an effort to be trans-inclusive, sports federations are forcing women off of the winner's podium. Their rules are anti-female. Here's why.