All three of these training methods are valid. Problem is, they're being misused by dumb coaches and ignorant athletes. Are you one of them?
Stop looking for a fitness cult to join. Start thinking for yourself.
Athletes take steroids to get strong. Is it because today's strength coaches have neglected to get them strong with proper training?
Most so-called workout programs suck. It's time to choose a goal, pick a plan, and stick to it for at least 12 weeks.
It's time to stop screwing around in the gym and instead build some jaw-dropping strength and power. Here's how.
There's more to getting strong than just lifting heavy stuff. Here's how to keep the gains coming.
CrossFit claims that the NSCA is out to get them. Is it a conspiracy or does CrossFit just enjoy bullying people?
A simple technique that forces you to use better form and full range of motion. It'll burn like heck, but you'll like the results!
Use irradiated tension with front squats, planks, lateral raises, and split squats to build full body strength and testicular fortitude.
It's the perfect auto-regulatory program: Do as many sets as necessary to hit a total of 25 reps with your 5-6RM. Then drop the resistance and rep out.
If you're disregarding the advice of an experienced lifter in favor of the latest study, you may be doing yourself a disservice. And you definitely look like a punk.
To bring up hard-to-grow muscle groups, use mechanical drop sets instead of straight sets. Here are 8 painful ways to do it.
Ditch the treadmill. These conditioning workouts will get you shredded without muscle loss or boredom.
Shake up your training with Tabata for biceps, eccentric roll-outs for abs, and speed push-ups.
Take your lifting preparation as seriously as you take your lifting. That doesn't mean you have to devote half an hour to it. Here's what to do instead.
The most important time to get the right nutrients into your body is around the workout, but breakfast is crucial, too. Here’s why.
A lot of folks are afraid of fructose. Should they be? Here are the facts.
How many of the following training mistakes do you make on a regular basis? The answer may shame you.
How adding more weight to one side of the body can help you smash even the most stubborn plateaus.
Dave Tate is not a motivational speaker. He just kicks your butt into gear by telling you the cold hard truth. So listen up.
If you want to pack on muscle as fast as possible, build up those Type I fibers everyone else has told you to ignore. Here’s how.
These training myths do more harm than good. Ditch the dogma and get stronger today.
Ask yourself these three important questions and you’ll be able to choose better workouts for your goals.
How important is exercise variation really? According to this coach, not very. Check out his reasoning.