To achieve a goal, you must train specifically for the task. But without variation you'll fizzle. Here's how to fix that problem.
An amateur has amateur habits, while a professional has professional habits. Which category describes you?
Start bending bars and setting personal records just by opening up your mind to a few new ideas.
You don’t need direct arm training, just the big basic exercises, right? That’s what some say. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Structured strength programs are awesome, but sometimes it's best to just chip-away at training items you need to do. Here’s how to do it.
Do this simple test on your thoracic spine, apply the easy fixes, and watch as your chin-ups, pull-ups, and OH presses explode.
You need more volume to get big, but too much volume can mess you up. Here are 6 great movements that won't trash your CNS.
Here are seven training tenets that have worked for over 30 years. Have you adopted them all?
We all make mistakes, but here are 5 things you better be getting right if you want to build muscle and get strong.
is is a piece of the puzzle that most people think they have, but really don't. It's true in the gym and it's true in the rest of your life.
Is there a case for less than perfect form? Yes. Here’s why.
In-the-trenches coach Ben Bruno talks fat-grip work, recognizing training bias, and the power of the Dead-Squat Bar.
Light-weight complexes will get you ripped, but frighteningly heavy complexes will get you strong. Try these.
Losers use injuries as excuses to be lazy. Winners find ways to work around them. Here are 17 tips for wounded winners.
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.
Ask yourself these three important questions and you’ll be able to choose better workouts for your goals.
Lifting that's effective becomes lifting that's enjoyable. Make it so with this crucial advice.
When you go to sleep, some pretty amazing things start to happen. You may be surprised.
A great program from the past for getting stronger, bigger, and leaner.
Make long-term progress in the gym while maintaining long-term sanity. Here’s how.
A handful of ideas about lifting, food, and even life that will make you think. (Don’t be scared.)
They're still your favorite exercises, just tweaked a bit to make them that much more painful - and productive.
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.