Back in the “Golden Age of Bodybuilding,” guys performed the now-forgotten pullover to build their upper bodies. Who says you can't go back?
Don't have time to train 6 days a week for over an hour? Don't worry, you don't have to. Get in, get out, make gains. Here's how.
Too often, lifters assume what works for the chest works for the calves. Not so. Here, finally, is the definitive calf-training article.
Here's how to get a thick, wide back... and why what you're doing now is probably holding back your gains.
You're thinking about off days all wrong. And that wrong thinking is the reason you're dissatisfied with your progress in the gym. Here's how to get growing again.
Improve your body, expand your mind, and enhance your life. Here are some great books to help.
Your Guide to Losing Fat While "On"
These five vacuum exercises will narrow and tighten your waist by training the transverse abdominis.
Think you've done everything you can for bigger biceps? Nope, you haven't. Try these tricks and strategies.
All those benefits people think they're getting from high-rep deads? They're not. But there is something you can do to make those gains.
Four rules to follow when you can only train 3 days per week, plus the 4 common mistakes to avoid. Sample plan included.
If you think full body training is just for noobs, you're missing out. Here's how to bring back the gains with this advanced approach.
This simple plan involves "sneaking up" on reps in the pull-up. It just takes a few minutes per day. Check it out.
How to get stronger and balance out your monotonous diet of squats and deadlifts with single-leg movements.
Got nagging injuries? Stop working through them and start preventing them in the first place. Here's how.
Barbell rows are a staple for building a big back and an overall stronger body. And using an underhand grip makes them even better. Here's why.
This superset is great for both bodybuilders and pure strength athletes. Check it out.
It's not a bad way to organize your training week, but it has its drawbacks. Check 'em out.
This specialized 5/3/1 template will put size on the most stubborn hardgainer. Just add food and effort.
Train opposing muscle groups together, like Arnold did, and you'll build more muscle in less time while also developing muscular balance.
The 5x5 system has been around forever for a reason: it works. But it has its shortcoming. Let's make it even better.
I spent a ton of time developing this program and believe it stands as my best work, ever.
Train for size for a few weeks and then strength. It works better for both goals. Here's why, along with a sample 10-week plan.
It's one of the toughest muscle groups to build. We ask 10 experts for their single best tip for building quads. Check out their answers.