Here are 5 ways to improve your warm-up to get better results from heavy training sessions.
A smart lifter knows he has to get out of his comfort zone, but the wise lifter also knows to avoid pain. Here's the difference.
Know this law. Get better results from your training. Check it out.
Here's a better way to plan your sets and reps that prevents burnout and leads to more size and strength gains.
Hitting a new one rep max is great, but setting an 8 or 10RM will also help you reach your goals. Here's why.
Keep these rules in mind for every lift and you'll make more gains and keep your joints healthy.
Try this to improve the quality of your workout or bounce back from an injury.
Fix your shoulder pain. Improve your bench press. Just use this simple technique.
This popular exercise doesn't actually do much, unless you're a rank beginner. Here's why, plus a better exercise.
How long do you have to wait before you train the same muscle group again? Not as long as you may think. Here's why.
You understand progressive overload, but are you really using it? Check this out.
Newbies and lifters who can't make gains anymore have something in common. Take a look.
Balance these just right during the week and you'll make faster progress. Here's how.
Here's a lesson we can learn from CrossFit, with caution.
To stay motivated in the gym, you need to know the truth about training and making progress. In fact, you need to know two truths.
Contrast promotes recovery. Here's how to arrange your workouts to take advantage of it for size and strength.
Here's a simple progression method that works every time, yet most people have never tried it.
This quick guide will set you up for long-term success. Check it out.
The modern lifter is being a pantywaist... and he doesn't even realize it. He needs a kick in the butt. Here it is.
Injured and worried about getting small and weak? Don't sweat it. Here's a plan that will allow you to keep making progress.
Train for size for a few weeks and then strength. It works better for both goals. Here's why, along with a sample 10-week plan.
Are you a geek or a meathead? There's a sweet spot to be found between training hard and training smart. In that sweet spot lies success.
An amateur has amateur habits, while a professional has professional habits. Which category describes you?
Train only two times per week and make progress. Not possible? If your training methodologies are solid, it can be done. Here’s how.