Train opposing muscle groups together, like Arnold did, and you'll build more muscle in less time while also developing muscular balance.
Need a simple, challenging plan to build some serious mass? Try these four proven training methods. Full workout program included!
Want to build pure brute strength? How about unadulterated muscular size? Maybe both? Here are the best set/rep schemes for your goal.
The sumo deadlift shortens the ROM, works the hips more, and is less stressful on the back than conventional deadlifts.
If you goal is size, it’s hard to beat twice-per-day training. But you have to be smart about it. Here’s your guide.
A conventional barbell is fine, but if that's all you use you're missing out on strength gains and a little novelty. Change your bar to improve your training.
The trap bar is one of the most versatile pieces of equipment in the gym. Here’s why and how to put it to work.
Can the foot-elevated split squat build legs as well as the squat? Before you answer, read this.
If you want to build muscle as fast as humanly possible, here's a complete A-Z program to help you do just that.
Drastically increase fat use for fuel by increasing energy expenditure and stimulating the release of free-fatty acids. Here’s how.
Do less to build more muscle? The pros and cons of low volume training.
It works far better than you would have ever guessed.
Big back, small legs? Big chest, small arms? Here's how to schedule your workouts to bring up those lagging muscle groups.
This bottom-up squat is great for training the midrange or lockout of the squat if that's your sticking point. It's also a great quad builder.
A pin press is a bench press that starts from the bottom. Pins can be set at any point in the ROM to strengthen sticking points.
Here's how to be the strongest person in your gym. The catch? You'll also have to be smart about your training. Follow these rules.
If you want a big back and a scary deadlift, this should be a staple in your lifting program. Check it out.
This posture issue will lead to lifting injuries and recurring headaches. Here's how to straighten it up.
Many CrossFit women can do 200-pound clean & jerks and they have six-packs without dieting. Sound like you? Probably not. Here's why.
From fitness celebrities to reality stars, augmented asses are everywhere. Here's how they do it and how to spot the pretenders.
This specialized 5/3/1 template will put size on the most stubborn hardgainer. Just add food and effort.
We look to science to find out which exercise reins supreme for lats, traps, and biceps. Bonus: Two cool tricks to get better results with both.
No sleep, no gains. Here's how to get better sleep and maximize recovery.
Yes, you can deadlift almost every day, get stronger, and not get injured. Here's how.