Most people think they need to cut carbs and calories on their days off. They're wrong. Here's why.
Muscle growth is an adaptive response. No challenge, no gains. Are you using at least a few of these progression methods?
Soft tissue work on the roller is okay before workouts, but it's best done after training. Here's why.
Use the test here to find out how low you can go and how wide or narrow your feet should be.
Looks kinda weird, but it'll actually help you hit a new personal record. Check it out.
Is your HEC in check? It better be. Here's why.
That means NOT using them for conditioning or cardio. Here's why.
CrossFit-style training is asymmetrical and incomplete, and people are paying the price with injuries. Here's how they can fix it.
Some of the strongest lifters on the planet start their workouts with an empty bar. Here's why you should too.
Do you want more muscle or more weight on the bar? How you answer should determine how you squat. Info here.
When designing your workout plan, break your body into four quadrants. Here's why.
A simple technique plus a change in grip can make pulldowns work much better. Check this out.
Maximize your training program by keeping a few simple rules in mind. Check 'em out.
Shoulders feeling stiff and cranky? Ditch the foam roller, grab a med ball, and do these drills.
We bet you haven't tried these unique exercises. Add a few to the end of your workouts to cure PFS – Puny Forearm Syndrome.
Looks crazy, but it's used by strength athletes to train the squat and bulletproof the core. Here's how to do it.
Hitting a new one rep max is great, but setting an 8 or 10RM will also help you reach your goals. Here's why.
Increase time under tension and build your chest with this excruciatingly awesome drop-set technique.
Easy to make high-protein cookies that will blow your dang mind. Get the healthy recipe here.
It's perhaps the best glute builder on the planet. Here's a simple way to make it even more effective.
It's time to shake up your workout. Challenge your friends (or enemies) and see who lasts the longest. Check it out.
Getting the lats to engage is a game changer for a big deadlift. Try this training technique to make it happen.
Extend the pain to extend the gains. Try this smart technique to build those lagging tri's.
It's one of the most common technique mistakes with chin-ups. Here's why and how to avoid it.