Insulin is your frenemy. Here are some easy ways to make it work for you instead of against you.
Here's something that successful lifters and athletes do that you should be doing too.
Genetics make a difference, but don't lose hope. Smart training and eating will maximize what your parents gave you. Here's the deal.
Here's a trick used by strongman competitors to increase performance that you need to use too.
A new way to plan your workouts that will break you out of a rut and keep you focused. Check it out.
Lymphatic drainage: Sounds nasty, but it's not. Here's why you need to promote it and a couple of ridiculously easy ways to do it.
Blast your glutes and hamstrings like never before with dynamic-static compound sets. Here's how.
Soft tissue work on the roller is okay before workouts, but it's best done after training. Here's why.
Sumo or conventional? Check out these tips for choosing the best style for your body type.
That means NOT using them for conditioning or cardio. Here's why.
Take a few tips from ridiculously strong powerlifters and apply these training methods.
Five quick tips to help you finally stretch out those shirtsleeves.
Stop wasting 25 percent of your strength training workouts. Here's a better way to deload and boost recovery.
Fix your valgus knee collapse and you'll improve glute recruitment and squat heavier. This drill will help. Check it out.
These two things don't directly involve food, but they'll wreck your diet anyway. Check 'em out.
Do you want more muscle or more weight on the bar? How you answer should determine how you squat. Info here.
Gains stalled out? Try this shock training method and break out of that rut.
Maximize your training program by keeping a few simple rules in mind. Check 'em out.
Shoulders feeling stiff and cranky? Ditch the foam roller, grab a med ball, and do these drills.
Do you do them twice a week? Once a week? Here's how to figure out what's best for you.
We bet you haven't tried these unique exercises. Add a few to the end of your workouts to cure PFS – Puny Forearm Syndrome.
Looks crazy, but it's used by strength athletes to train the squat and bulletproof the core. Here's how to do it.
This challenging back builder combines compression and decompression exercises for max results. Here's how to do it.
This isn't your regular bucket list. These are the bodybuilding things you should do before you croak. How many have you checked off?