Build more muscle from two or three short weekly workouts than most guys do from training six days a week. Try these programs.
How much time should you spend building versus cutting? Your physique depends on the answer. Check this out.
Most lifters go super wide, but that only works if it fits your anatomy. Here's how to find YOUR best stance.
Nine butt-kicking bodyweight moves that lifters and athletes need, no matter how advanced they are.
Build stronger, healthier shoulders with this unique exercise. Take a look.
Yes, you should. Here's why.
Many weight training women get breast implants. And many get them removed because of mysterious symptoms. Here's why.
Sure, the incline bench press helps, but you need to add something else to your inclines to really build the clavicular head. Info here.
Fill in the strength gaps left by traditional core exercises with these two rotational moves.
If you're going to try fasting, then at least avoid these all-too common mistakes.
Fresh off the playground: A tutorial on how to do a little-known pull-up variation from the master of bodyweight exercises.
Sure, you train your core, but you're probably missing this movement pattern, leading to injury and poor performance. Let's fix that.
Determined to pack on more muscle? Don't call it a bulking phase unless you're wanting to pack on fat too. Here's why.
Use this compound set to totally exhaust your muscle fibers and hit the neglected long head of the triceps.
Nope, it doesn't involve any stupid detox diets or drinks. And chances are you're probably already doing a little of it.
This upright row variation is safer and works even better than the traditional version. Check it out.
Everyone should take creatine, even if their goal isn't to build mountains of muscle. Here's why and how to use it.
Name your favorite ab exercise performed on the floor. Got it? Now, here's a clever way to make it even better.
Clean up your deadlift technique and get your lats engaged with this super simple trick.
Test yourself, gain mobility and functionality, and pick up some newfound strength across a greater range of motion. Here's how.
It's a common problem. Here's how to fix it.
This doesn't make biomechanical sense. Here's a better exercise that actually works.
Doctors often think lifters are sick because their physicals and blood tests yield scary results. Here's how to protect yourself from false positives.
Yep, there's a right way. And it can force your biceps into a brand new growth phase. Here's how it's done.
Look up or look down? Here's Tony G.'s take on that.