Make the most of your gains by training like an athlete. Build muscle that performs as good as it looks. Here's how.
Even if you deadlift and squat, you may still be missing something in your quest for the ultimate athletic booty.
Long head, short head, brachialis. All three need direct attention if you're going to make any significant progress in growing the biceps.
No time to train six days per week? No worries. You can build muscle and increase strength with these intelligent and tough full-body workouts.
Most people train the big lifts once or twice per week. But the strongest people in the world use a much higher frequency. Here’s what you can learn from them.
Pausing for 2 seconds during certain exercises can lead to big improvements in strength and performance. Here’s why, and how to do it.
Each training percentage, from zero to 100% of your 1RM, has a distinct effect on speed, power, and hypertrophy. Here’s how to use that info wisely.
The box squat doesn't get all that much respect, but in this match-up, it's the Rocky Balboa of the squat world.
Two anteriorly loaded squat variations, both with benefits and drawbacks. So which is best for you?
A deadlift variation as old as the barbell that will pack on mass and kick up your pulling power.
Is the deficit deadlift a dangerous exercise, or is it a safe way to build super strength? Answer here.
Don't be scared. The reverse-grip bench press can be safely used to hit new, pain-free PR’s. Here’s how.
What happens when you combine a brutally hard hypertrophy system with one of the most successful strength templates ever invented? Check it out and see.
Whether you're new to lifting or a seasoned strength trainer looking to take up competition, understanding the difference is critical.
You can't really improve your deadlift unless you really know what happens when you pull serious weight. Here’s your guide.
Fat loss workouts don't have to be drawn out and boring. In fact, the best ones last only four minutes.
Big arms, wide shoulders, strong abs, amazing athleticism. What can we learn from gymnasts about training? Find out here.
Build bigger hammies with this back-friendly pulling variation.
I recently wrote an article titled "Puncture All Bosu Balls," and as my usual caustic self often does, I gave it a snarky subtitle
It might just be the most potent health supplement ever made. And it's virtually impossible to mimic its benefits with whole foods. Info here.
Here's how to give advice on the internet, find your tribe, thwart trolls, and keep your soul intact.
Safe exercises, dangerous exercises, and ass-clowns.
Treat yo' self! (While meeting your daily macros and making serious gains.) Try this easy recipe.
Look up or look down? Here's Tony G.'s take on that.