Nothing says strength and power like big traps. Sadly, most people are training them wrong. Here's the best advice from 13 top coaches.
If your goal is hypertrophy, this is one of the smartest splits to follow. Here's why and how to set it up.
Training three days a week allows for greater frequency, better recovery, and better compliance. Here's why it works and how to build a program.
Three things every lifter and athlete should be doing. Get the details here.
Do you think you have low testosterone? Here's everything you need to know, from symptoms and testing to injecting and what to expect.
Everyone should take creatine, even if their goal isn't to build mountains of muscle. Here's why and how to use it.
Don't do more sets and reps than you need to. All it does is eat into your recovery and slow down gains. Details here.
The look of power cannot be faked. Here's how to build a body that has the "go" to back up the "show".
Think you're good at pull-ups because you can do a lot of them or strap on extra weight? Think again. Here's how to really do them for best results.
Let's help put Jillian Michaels and others of her ilk out of work by pointing out a painful truth about cardio.
There's no point in strength training if you're always hurt. Get jacked AND healthy with these joint-friendly lifts.
Want stronger, rounder, sexier glutes? Then give them their own day in the gym. Here's how to get it done.
Strength ratios reveal weaknesses. And weaknesses must be destroyed, whether you're a bodybuilder, Olympic lifter or football player.
Find your true 1 RM and use it to build even more strength. Here’s how.
DC training works. Never heard of it? Here’s what it is and how to do it.
Are you one of these types of people? Hope not. Because they never make any progress. Check out the list.
Add years to your life. Add life to your years. Oh, and improve your sex life too with these proven health supplements.
Lift like a beast, move like an athlete, look like a Greek god. Here's your plan.
Whether you're working around an injury, need a break from deadlifting, or just hate the deadlift for some reason, try these proven alternatives.
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.
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.
Yes, you can deadlift almost every day, get stronger, and not get injured. Here's how.
Train opposing muscle groups together, like Arnold did, and you'll build more muscle in less time while also developing muscular balance.
How to get stronger and balance out your monotonous diet of squats and deadlifts with single-leg movements.