Get stronger, increase power and athleticism, and look jacked. Train across the force-velocity curve. Here's how.
Get strong like a powerlifter, jacked like a bodybuilder, and powerful like an athlete... at the same time. Try this.
For real-world performance, here's how much athletic men and women should be able to lift.
For real-world performance and athleticism, how much should men and women be able to do for one rep? Answer here.
Are you strong and fit? Like, real-life strong and fit? Find out now with these exercises and strength standards.
Toss in a couple of these add-ins before, during, or after your workout to accelerate progress.
Not just for strength and conditioning, loaded carries will make you suck less at all other movement. Here are the seven best variations.
No gym? Here's a lower-body blaster you can do anywhere.
Nothing new here? Wrong. Check out these two smart challenges for more advanced athletes.
One exercise for back, traps, biceps, and more. Bonus: It's great for metabolic conditioning too.
Do this instead of silly side bends.
Add a little intensity to the end of your lifting workouts... without wrecking your recovery. Here's how.
There's no point in strength training if you're always hurt. Get jacked AND healthy with these joint-friendly lifts.
Build more muscle and spare your joints with intra-set tempo training. Here's how to do it.
Here's what to do instead.
Build a crushing grip and big nasty forearms with this unique exercise. Here's how.
All those benefits people think they're getting from high-rep deads? They're not. But there is something you can do to make those gains.
A one-rep max on the bench press only measures a fraction of your real strength. Can you pass this more complete list of tests?
Unstable training has become a joke, but it's not ALL bad. The right kind can get you bigger and stronger. These exercises are worth doing.
Many lifters still believe them. Do you? Find out here.
Are you strong? Like, really strong in a real-world kinda way? Take this test and find out.
Can you pass this strength test? All you'll need is a dumbbell that's 50 percent of your bodyweight.
The right kind of lifting will increase mobility and flexibility better than stretching or goofy mobility drills. And you'll build muscle too. Check this out.
You need both anaerobic power and aerobic capacity to be a great lifter and athlete. Test them both with this simple challenge.
Make these common mistakes and you'll be small, weak, and injured instead of big and strong.