Increase time under tension and trigger new muscle growth with these six lethal combinations of compound and static exercises.
A simple technique that forces you to use better form and full range of motion. It'll burn like heck, but you'll like the results!
Warm-ups, mobility work, stretching, foam rolling, conditioning... do you even lift, bro? And do you really need all that stuff?
Once your physical skills are well-developed, psychology may be the greatest weapon in your arsenal. Check out these tips.
If you're disregarding the advice of an experienced lifter in favor of the latest study, you may be doing yourself a disservice. And you definitely look like a punk.
To perform like a high-tech ass-kicking machine you sometimes need to look to the past, remove the clutter and simplify.
Too often, advanced lifters allow small errors to slip through the cracks of an otherwise tight program. Here's how to fix them.
What's called “cheating” by the form police may be just what you need to add some serious size.
Have you ever had to go out to eat with a group of people while you're on a strict diet? Dave Tate feels your pain.
Like it or not, the truth is that successful people just work harder than less successful people. So drop the excuses, stop blaming others, and get to work. Here’s some motivation.
Grinders win, greatness is planned, and your attitude determines everything. Works in the NFL and it'll work for you.
Trigger muscle growth with challenging variations of the chin-up, push-up, dip, and more!
Shake up your training with Tabata for biceps, eccentric roll-outs for abs, and speed push-ups.
Fear is the single best predictor of weightlifting success - not the absence of fear, but actually experiencing it.
Fourteen training, programming, and diet tips to make this your best year yet.
Are you getting hung up on improving technique when you should be just concentrating on getting stronger?
The more challenging the situation we overcome, the greater our stature. The demon you swallow gives you its power. Eat up.
To achieve a goal, you must train specifically for the task. But without variation you'll fizzle. Here's how to fix that problem.
Check out this single-leg movement that provides all the benefits of unilateral work while still allowing you to go heavy.
An amateur has amateur habits, while a professional has professional habits. Which category describes you?
What are you fighting for? Why do you do this? Answer that question and all this training and diet stuff will get easier and more rewarding.
Start bending bars and setting personal records just by opening up your mind to a few new ideas.
If you never find yourself in the suck, then you aren't trying hard enough to accomplish anything. Every worthwhile goal is found on the other side of the suck. And there's only one way to reach it: get mad, dig deep, and fight.
The barbell has things to teach you. Painful, but very rewarding things.