Read this and you'll know more about the causes of poor form and how to fix it than any form Nazi in your gym.
Experienced lifters and coaches know that exercise form is highly individual and highly goal dependent. Here's why.
Stop feeling all superior because you avoid machines. A combo of free weights and machines is best. Here's why.
A good deal of what you know, or think you know, about the deadlift is wrong. See how your beliefs stack up to reality.
A lot of gyms are filled with annoying jackasses. Here's a little checklist to make sure you're not one of them.
These training and diet strategies will serve as a personal reboot and have you in a whole different place, physique-wise, one year from now.
Here's why range of motion is so important for gaining muscle mass. Do your favorite exercises pass the test?
Think of a weight-training exercise. Is it the best choice for YOU? Here's how to know.
Your goal is size. Do your exercises meet at least five of the six criteria here? If not, you're wasting time.
Past the newbie stage, it's tough to improve every muscle group or lift at the same time. Here are some simple rules for specialization programs.
A training program is only as effective as your ability to recover from it. So smart lifters plan their workouts accordingly. Here's how.
It's not a warm-up set, but it's just as important. Here's what you need to know.
Apply this simple progression to almost any exercise and experience steady increases in size and strength.
That guy over there is using terrible form. Do you step in and help or not? It depends. Check out these guidelines.
Here's how to cut out a lot of useless reps and get straight to the ones that produce the most muscle growth.
Really, it's embarrassing. But there is a less creepy way of striking up a conversation.
Here's a devastatingly effective (and even fun) deadlift program that makes you want to run to the gym to try it out.
Here are the pros and cons.
This is a better option than the traditional bro-split you see many people using, but it does have its drawbacks. Info here.
It's not a bad way to organize your training week, but it has its drawbacks. Check 'em out.
You're either one or the other. Figure out which and you'll be more likely to reach your goals.
Want to build muscle? Like a lot of muscle? Get ready to lose your abs for a while. Just do it wisely. Here's how.
No matter what program you're currently using, apply this strategy immediately and that program will work even better.
No workout program or weekly split is perfect for everybody of course, but this one comes pretty damn close. Take a look.
Want muscle? Use the 8-12 rep range most of the time. Here's why, and when to go extreme with low and high rep ranges.