They're easy to make, they'll fuel your workouts, and they won't make you LOOK like you eat cookies. Get the recipe here.
Finish off your traps with these unique exercise variations.
You can get sore and not make progress. And you can make progress and not get sore. Here are the facts.
Think you're good at push-ups? Here's your chance to find out.
Stress and anxiety keep you from getting restorative sleep. That kills gains. Here's how to squash stress and sleep deeply.
Outperform yourself, make gains, and enjoy the process. Every lifter needs these five types of people in his life.
Stress can rob you of your gains. Enhance your body's ability to adapt naturally. Here's how.
This is like a concentration curl for your butt. Here's how to do it.
Don't do your cardio fully fasted, but avoid carbs. You'll protect muscle and burn more fat.
Why are bodybuilding fans and gym rats often the most homophobic people around? Time to call them out.
Kettlebells, chains, sleds, stability balls, and foam rollers fill the gym. Should you use them? Yes. But not like a jackass.
Check out Mark Dugdale in the new Biotest commercial, and let us know what you think.
Take the flexibility test, then use a unique exercise to build strength in new body positions. Your squat and deadlift will thank you.
Increase time under tension and trigger new muscle growth with these six lethal combinations of compound and static exercises.
Warm-ups, mobility work, stretching, foam rolling, conditioning... do you even lift, bro? And do you really need all that stuff?
To extend time under tension and trigger key anabolic responses, do “burn reps” at the end of a set until you have nothing left in the tank.
A shoulder workout that uses unique movements based on almost every conceivable training stimulus.
CrossFit hurts a lot of people, and the goal of exercise is to make you better, not worse. There's a simple fix, though.
Are you a geek or a meathead? There's a sweet spot to be found between training hard and training smart. In that sweet spot lies success.
"It used to take me five days to recover from a hard workout. Now, I'm able to train seven days a week, and chomping at the bit to hit legs twice."
Born in Israel but he was raised on T Nation, Amit Sapir has gone from knowledge-hungry teenager to IFBB pro bodybuilder.
To build up your squat, ignore things you're good at and spend time doing things that make you downright uncomfortable.
You'll never hit that PR if your mind isn't in the game. Here's how to trick your brain into blasting big weights.
Doing a back workout once a week isn't going to cut it. You need to crush it and crush it hard several times a week.