The soft-pause technique, extended ROM presses, the induction method, and other tips from a monster bench presser. Check ‘em out.
Forged from the fires of Mount Randomness come 8 tips to help you get bigger, stronger, leaner, and healthier.
Great little-discussed deadlift tips like "weld your spine," "ribs down," and "push the knees out."
Fifteen more workout tips from Bret Contreras, including assisted one-arm push ups, the merits of heavy back extensions, the benefits of the "clam raise," and more.
Five methods to satisfy your need for training variety, including "going nuts on the last set," "reward sets," and "rolling the dice."
Yes, have some awesome meals on holidays. Have several! Just use these smart eating strategies.
Which are better, tough diets and tough workouts or reasonable diets and reasonable workouts? Maybe you need to mix and match a little.
Knowledge is power, but knowledge can also be limiting. Real progress occurs when you harness the power of the belief effect.
You've no business searching for the latest gimmicky exercise if you're butchering basics like seated rows and push-ups.
Everyone's terrified of overtraining, but controlled overreaching can be a powerful tool to make astonishing progress. Here's how to make it happen.
Time to cut the crap and build some serious muscle with these scientifically-backed training methods.
How to train like a strength or power athlete in any gym with basic equipment.
Shake up your training and correct strength imbalances with these challenging exercises.
Pulldowns are only for people who can’t do pull-ups, right? Well, maybe not. Here are a few very effective ways to do it.
Your brain determines your success as much as your muscles. Here's how to make sure that blob of gray matter doesn't get the best of you.
Simple, straightforward tips on eating for the physique you want. Check ‘em out.
Cardio, functional training, and mobility. Check out this fresh take on the stuff lifters love to hate.
How to make sweet, sweet, love to a ball and other wonderful lessons learned by Eric Cressey in the past year.
It’s a plan only for true muscle masochists. It was first proposed in Iron Man magazine in 1976. We know why it didn't get popular – it hurt too much.
Six strength coaches explain what they changed about their training and nutrition. Here's what you can learn from what they learned.
Everybody wants to add more wheels to their squat, bench, and deadlift. But sometimes it's the little things that trip us up. Give this a read and start hitting some PR's.
There's no secret recipe for getting strong, just a few time-tested tips that nearly every strong guy does. Here they are.
What to do when the cold and flu hits and, more importantly, how to prevent illness to begin with.
You don’t have to be an Olympian to do these. If you want to burn fat, increase power, and gain athleticism, master these lifts.