Just because everyone does them doesn't mean they're optimal for you. It's time we reevaluate these 6 popular movements.
How many days per week should you train? Should you do a bro split, push-pull, or whole-body? Find out here.
This quick guide will set you up for long-term success. Check it out.
Sounds crazy, but many top strength athletes are starting to do it. Check this out.
What are you planning to do for the next four weeks in the gym? Follow these 7 steps and you'll have your most successful month ever.
Many top strength athletes do this. Here's why you should do it too.
Make the workout you're already doing more effective. These five simple tweaks can help you get more out of every session.
Here's a better way to plan your sets and reps that prevents burnout and leads to more size and strength gains.
These alternative ways to track progress provide variety, insight, and results. Check 'em out.
Here are 5 ways to improve your warm-up to get better results from heavy training sessions.
Hitting a new one rep max is great, but setting an 8 or 10RM will also help you reach your goals. Here's why.
Contrast promotes recovery. Here's how to arrange your workouts to take advantage of it for size and strength.
Six reasons the trap bar is just plain awesome. Check 'em out.
Some people say the only correct way to squat is ATG. And some people are a little smarter than that. Here's the truth.
If you're not recording your workouts, you're wasting your time. Here are the essentials your training journal needs to contain.
Do you own the deadlift or does it own you? Here are the tactics you gotta use to kill your next PR.
Stop standing in your own way. These psychological tricks will help you reach your performance and physique goals.
All a newbie has to do is keep adding weight to the bar... at first. But if he wants to graduate to badass, he'll need these five tools.
Forget taking a deload week. You can rest when you're dead. Scheduled contrast weeks are far superior.
Bodybuilders are all show and no go. Powerlifters are fat. Rather than stereotype, a good lifter needs to be both a bodybuilder and a powerlifter.
Warm-ups, mobility work, stretching, foam rolling, conditioning... do you even lift, bro? And do you really need all that stuff?
When getting set to do an exercise, there are only two real decisions you need to make: "How Many Reps Should I Do?" and "How Close to Failure Should I Go?"
The best training programs have ten principles in common. Is your lifting plan up to snuff?
Once your physical skills are well-developed, psychology may be the greatest weapon in your arsenal. Check out these tips.
The sport of powerlifting is awesome, except for all the not-so-awesome parts. Here are the pros and cons you need to know.