Don't just grip it and rip it. The right hand position can help you build muscle and strength. Here’s what you need to know.
Four squatting rules that will fix your form and help you set a new PR fast.
While variety is good – even necessary – too much of it derails your progress. Here’s what you need to know.
One simple but highly effective deadlifting tip that you probably haven't tried before.
Are people taking the ideas of correct exercise too far? This coach says so. Check it out.
How important is exercise variation really? According to this coach, not very. Check out his reasoning.
Nine vicious exercises that’ll build your core without boring you to death.
Stimulate the neurological/myofibril connection to accelerate strength and muscle gains. Here’s how.
Injured? That doesn't mean your workouts should consist of channel surfing. Here are some great heavy-weight exercises you can still do.
A handful of ideas about lifting, food, and even life that will make you think. (Don’t be scared.)
Try any one of these powerful training epiphanies. It may be what markedly improves your performance and physique.
The most successful coaches stay on top cause they never stop learning. Here's what one of the best learned last year.
Nate Miyaki says to forget the resolutions, forget the endless string of magical diet and training tips; all you need to do is learn one simple lesson.
Here are some simple tweaks to take a few basic exercises to a whole new level of muscle-building awesomeness.
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.
Your uber-healthy or trendy diet couldn't pack pounds on a Pomeranian. Here's why.
Dave Tate talks about injuries, nutrition, technique, peri-workout nutrition, and in general, busting your balls in the gym.
Heavy and hard rows should be a mainstay in your program, but why limit yourself to just barbells and dumbbells?
Caffeine overloads, tragic neglect of kettlebells, wayward experimentation, and other mistakes that made coach Bumgardner the butt of cruel jokes.
Here are 27 facts to either reinforce or to bring into doubt your current nutritional practices. Read, learn, adjust, and conquer.
Some people make really dumb decisions about fitness. Do you? See the list.
Knowledge is power, but knowledge can also be limiting. Real progress occurs when you harness the power of the belief effect.