No machines, no problem! This free-weights only program will build size and strength better than machines anyway.
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.
Meatheads say, “Just squat and deadlift, bro. That's all the core training you'll ever need.” Too bad they're wrong.
Find the most effective variations of the squat and the deadlift to fit your body and your goals.
Use this lean mass calculator and diet plan to build muscle without having to pull the fat pants out of the closet.
Suck at pull-ups? Then it’s time to fix that. Here’s how.
A small amount of cardio is okay if you enjoy it, but it's really not necessary for fat loss. Here’s a better way.
Five great exercises to hammer your quads. Some you know, some you don’t! Check ‘em out.
Five forgotten muscles you need to train to reach your strength and performance goals.
Safe exercises, dangerous exercises, and ass-clowns.
Want to be lifting hard and loving life for the next 50 years? Here's how to do it.
Double down on those puny pecs and force them to grow. Here's how.
Some personal trainers make good money. Others are broke and can't keep clients. Here's the one thing separating them.
Use this special setup and make this so-called fluffy exercise into a real strength builder. Here's how.
Here's what science has to say about drop sets, along with some recommendations.
A fat waist is symptomatic of insulin insensitivity. You need to attack it with a combo of specific eating strategies, diet, exercise, and supplements. Here's how.
Looks scary, but it's the best way to bench if your goal is chest size.
Old-school coaches made their athletes swear off sex before competition to improve performance. Does that work? Does it apply to workouts? Here's the science.
Do you lose muscle and get weak when you're trying to get lean? It doesn't have to be that way. Follow these smart guidelines
Choose an exercise, do it daily, add a rep every day. Yes, it can be done. And yes, it will lead to shocking new muscle growth. Get the details here.
Olympic weight plates force everyone to deadlift 8.75 inches off the floor. Guess what? That may not fit your body type.
A program that combines strength-building compound movements with insane muscle-growing giant sets and multiple intensity techniques.
Two anteriorly loaded squat variations, both with benefits and drawbacks. So which is best for you?
If you're tall and you want to build muscle, you need to adopt new exercises, new techniques, and new strategies.