Rest periods are for wimps. Okay, that's not quite true. But there is a better way to use them. Here's how.
You don't need cardio equipment to get ripped. This method uses weights and bloodflow manipulation to mobilize fat. Take a look.
Good news: This hypertrophy training technique works fast. Bad news: It feels like your muscles are on fire. Try it if you dare.
It depends. Here's what you need to know.
Very low-carb diets reduce muscle gains in natural lifters. Here's why, plus a better plan.
Here are the three things you need to know to get your carb intake just right.
There are better set/rep schemes out there than 3x10, especially if gains have stalled. Check these out.
Most lifters trying to build muscle are either going too light or too heavy. Here's how to find your sweet spot for hypertrophy.
Here's how different deadlifting styles affect your central nervous system and recovery.
Out of control cortisol can make building muscle harder and lead to muscle atrophy when dieting. Here's how to keep it in check.
Hip flexion good. Trunk flexion bad. Here's why and what each looks like so you can make sure your form is correct.
Stop repeating the idea that diet is 70% of your results. That saying makes a good point, but it's not really accurate. Here's why.
There is a difference. And both variations are safe if you do them right. Here's how.
To stay strong, you need to keep in touch with the heavy weights, even during a deload. Here's how to do it right.
Here are three ways to do this exercise that'll build your back, make your shoulders feel good, and even boost your bench press.
Here's how to program your ab workouts for better results.
You'll build more muscle. Here are a few ways to do it, and some ideas to try if that's just not possible for you.
It's impossible to cheat on this back exercise, and it builds muscle like crazy. Check it out.
This loaded carry beats everything when it comes to metabolic conditioning and fat loss. Here's why, plus two ways to do it.
Recruit more muscle by tensing hard before every rep of an ab exercise.
Sure, you can train more often than that, but here's why you'll make better progress limiting the tough workouts to four a week.
Increase the range of motion and get better results. Check out the video instruction here.
Here's a new way to trigger hypertrophy that you've probably never tried before.
Yes, just one set. One excruciating set that'll make your eyeballs pop out. Here's how to do it.
Suck at pull-ups? Avoid machines and use this training technique instead. Check it out.