You have to mentally prepare for a PR squat. Here's how to do it.
Build your biceps, forearms, and grip strength with this challenging one-rep chin-up. Here's how.
Sometimes they're needed, and sometimes you're just setting yourself up for future injury. Here's why.
If you finish your deadlift hyperextended, you're gonna have a bad day. Here's why.
Strengthen your pull from the floor and your lockout with these two exercises.
When you ice or use pain killers after a tough workout, you're actually putting the brakes on muscle growth. Here's why.
Changing your form on dips to train the triceps will wreck your joints. Here's a better method that works great.
Do finisher sets to torch more calories and reveal your muscle. Here's how.
Five minutes is all it takes to make more gains, build more strength, and hit goals faster. Just add a simple pre-workout primer to your training. Here's how.
You can get sore and not make progress. And you can make progress and not get sore. Here are the facts.
Studies show that telling others about your goals makes you less likely to achieve them. Here's why, plus a better method.
Constant time under tension mimics occlusion training and stimulates growth. Try this workout.
This variation of the cable curl strengthens the core and biceps at the same time. Here's how to do it.
Stress and anxiety keep you from getting restorative sleep. That kills gains. Here's how to squash stress and sleep deeply.
Regular stretching often does more harm than good, especially for lifters and strength athletes. Here's why.
Perform these drills before you squat and you'll feel the difference.
Warning: This hurts. But stretching a pumped muscle under load also builds muscle, fast. Here's how to do it.
Is political correctness weakening the military? Here are the politically incorrect facts about strength, performance, and women in battle.
Forget how awkward that sounds. This is an intense workout for biceps and triceps. Check it out.
All you need is a bar, a band, and the ability to withstand pain. Here's how to do it.
Crushing the bar not only makes the lift safer, it'll help you lift more weight. Here's why.
Don't pull the dumbbell straight up. Instead, use a dragging J motion. Watch this video.
Yes, it hurts, but it'll also strengthen your entire body, from quads to upper back. Here's how to do it.
If you can do this, you're officially a bad-ass. If not, well, just trying it will make you a bad-ass. Check it out.