Ramp up training volume if your main goal is size. Here's the smart way to do it.
There's more to bodybuilding than 3 sets of 10. If your main goal is hypertrophy, this is a must-read.
The pump isn't just a temporary cosmetic effect, it's essential for muscle growth. Check out this science.
It's not broscience, it's science-science. And here's why you need it for optimal muscle growth.
The fancy term for it is autoregulatory training. Here's how and when to use it.
Got a lagging or weak muscle group? Hit it first in the workout for better results. Here's the science that backs it up.
Bodybuilders have done it for decades and now science backs it up. Here's how you can use this method for new gains.
To get big, you have load up a muscle for 30-60 seconds per set, right? Well, maybe, but there are other ways. Check out the latest science.
Back before he was governing the state and impregnating the hired help, Arnold Schwarzenegger was way ahead of his time as a bodybuilder.
Forget sets, reps, or percentages. Picking the most effective exercises is the foundation for success.
Eat smaller meals more often, right? Or are larger, less frequent meals the way to go? Here’s what science has to say.
Blood flow restriction training can jack up the effectiveness of your workouts and give you a skin-tearing pump. Here’s how to do it.
Lift heavy and grow, right? Well, it turns out that lifting light weights may make you grow muscle equally as well.
Does your favorite NSAIDs impair muscle development? And do the benefits outweigh the risks?
If your gains won't budge despite your best efforts, you may be making one of the four biggest muscle-building blunders. Fix them and grow.
While much of what appears in the pages of Joe Weider's magazines is pure hooey, some of the infamous Weider Principles may be worth a second look.
Building muscle gets tougher to do as you reach your genetic limit. Here are 5 simple ways to expand your muscle growth potential.
The "experts" all say that performing crunches is worthless and a recipe for back dysfunction, but should you buy into what they're selling?
They both lifts weights. They both train hard. They both use drugs at the pro levels. So why are bodybuilders more jacked than powerlifters?
Three of our experts explain little-known secrets of arm training, along with presenting some serious total-body programs to build ‘em up. Check it out.