Take the brakes off your nervous system and you'll automatically be able to lift more. Here's how to do it.
Improve your squat and deadlift with this simple drill you can do at home. Here's how.
There are a lot of good training splits out there. Here's a great one most lifters have never tried. Check it out.
Accumulate volume, manage fatigue and get strong with this smart training method. Here's how.
Recover faster and get stronger by manipulating your nervous system. Here's how.
Regular triceps push-ups are good, but this variation will make them much more effective. Check it out.
Get ready for 150 reps of fat-burning pain. Here's how to do it.
Nope, it's not the curl. Here it is, plus a gym-friendly alternative.
Train in a way that's specifically designed to elevate post-workout testosterone production. Here's exactly how you do it.
Improve your conditioning and test your mettle with this unique exercise. Here's how to do it.
The stir-the-pot exercise will strengthen your core like nothing else. Here's how to do it.
Awaken the nervous system before training to recruit more muscle fibers. Here's how.
Squeeze a loaded muscle and follow it with full-range reps. Why? You'll build a ton of new muscle. Here's the plan.
Calves are tough to grow. Take this simple test of strength, then use the no-machines workout provided to finally add some meat to yours.
Choose an exercise, do it daily, add a rep every day. Yes, it can be done. And yes, it will lead to shocking new muscle growth. Get the details here.
Properly bracing your abs can immediately boost your strength. Combine that trick with three core exercises and you've got high performance and great abs.
Get your abs back fast with one simple diet tip and four grueling fat-burning finishers performed a few times per week.
Isometric training works for building muscle, but you've probably been doing it all wrong. Here's how to get real results with isometrics.
With just a kettlebell and a home pull-up bar you can easily increase your training frequency and pack on some new muscle. Here’s how.
Wild, neuro-science based methods to recruit and fatigue the maximum number of motor units with each exercise.
Smash a new personal record every two weeks with this innovative system based on RPE (rate of perceived exertion).
The interview concludes with a fascinating discussion of sit-ups, rotational strength, and a much more precise definition of "core."
The world's most famous spine expert puts the whole spinal flexion, rounding-the-back issue to rest, along with describing the proper way to train core rotation and much, much, more.
The 30-Rep Method, 5 Minutes of Hell, the boxer drill, and more scientific but outside-the-box thinking from one of weightlifting's revolutionaries.
Speed training or maximal training? What's the difference and why is knowing the difference important?