Sometimes a kick in the butt works better than a pat on the back, especially for fat loss. Here's why.
Most people won't do it. It's painful and often embarrassing, but it sure works. Check it out.
Two minutes, two quick warm-up drills. The fast warm-up for lazy (or busy) lifters. Check it out.
The leg press can be a muscle-building staple if you know how to do it right. Check out these tips and variations.
You can do this challenging core obliterator anywhere. Here's how.
Psyching yourself up to lift can wreck your CNS and increase cortisol. Here's why.
See John Meadows, Dave Tate and Mark Dugdale go through a brutal squat workout. Lots of technique discussed.
Contrast promotes recovery. Here's how to arrange your workouts to take advantage of it for size and strength.
Is your trainer or coach making one of these common mistakes? If you're the fitness professional, are YOU? Check out the list.
Seven things about ALL training programs you need to know. Check 'em out.
View injuries as bumps on the road to success, not dead-ends. Here's how one of the strongest guys on planet deals with setbacks.
When fat loss is the main goal, the scale becomes the main tool for judging progress. Here's how that can backfire.
Put on your gym-face. Add these two intensity-extending techniques into your program.
You're not a sedentary woman. Stop using diets made for them. Read this and man up.
Use a unique variation of the plank to bench press more weight safely. Here's how.
Lose fat, stay focused, and increase work capacity with this simple tool. Here's how.
Find your best training strategy. Four methods every lifter needs to try. Check 'em out.
This time-saving combo will build your back, rear delts, and biceps. Here's how to do it.
Stop jumping into your pull-up. Get strong in the bottom position with this method. Check it out.
Test your mettle AND improve your squat numbers with this brutal challenge. Check it out.
Add this to your biceps training to trigger new muscle growth. Here's how to do it.
Get ripped without losing muscle mass. Here's how.
Try this supplemental chest exercise to bring up a weak point or use it to train around an injury. Check it out.
A surprising number of people have fixed their nagging back pain by adding this wrestler's exercise. Here's how to do it.