Don't fall for this overrated therapy. Here's why.
This unique way of doing reps is great for muscle gains. Warning: It's tough!
Does it hurt to squat, and not in a good way? Use this training method to fix your technique.
Get stronger on dumbbell incline curls simply by using a rolled-up towel. Here's how.
Test your shoulder mechanics and get stronger overhead with this diagnostic exercise. Check it out.
Yes, the deadlift is awesome, but it's not so great for hypertrophy. Here's why, plus a better option for size gains.
Recruit more motor units, improve form, and build more strength... by shutting your eyes? Yep, here's how it works.
The world's favorite chest exercise isn't that great at building the pecs. Here's why, plus some better exercise choices.
This movement teaches your body to turn on all available motor units and much more. Check it out.
Squat stuck? Use the training method top powerlifters use to smash that plateau. Check it out.
No need to panic. This much-feared compound won't turn you into a ballerina. Here's the real story.
Chances are, you're not training light enough to build muscle at an optimal rate. Wait, what? Check out this controversial new study.
Bodybuilding is full of percentages, but you don't need to be a math geek to appreciate these numbers.
This simple ingredient has been proven to boost testosterone, build muscle, and burn fat. Check it out.
The conventional grip mucks up your form and keeps you from developing real overhead strength. Here's why.
These alternative ways to track progress provide variety, insight, and results. Check 'em out.
Is it possible to lose fat without becoming a jogger? Yep. Do treadmill loaded carries. Take a look.
Here's a great accessory exercise that'll really boost your deadlift numbers. Take a look!
Stepmills suck. Well, actually, they're great for fat loss and conditioning. They're just hard. Here's how to get results in a 5-minute workout.
Marketers are tricking you into thinking that your steaks and burgers have the right ratio of fatty acids. Here's the real story.
If you can't hit proper depth, stop going up in weight. A squat is not a slight knee-bend or a curtsy. This clever trick will help you stop being lame.
You hear these silly things every day, even from coaches and trainers. Here's where they're getting it wrong.
There's only one way to be consistent in the gym. And the delicate snowflakes out there don't want to hear it. Here it is anyway.
If you haven't done this, then Facebook may be burying the content you want to see. Here's what to do.