Is time under tension really important for hypertrophy? Let's take a deep dive into that topic.
Your testicles are anemic, at least when compared to your father's and grandfather's. Here's an easy way to shore them up.
A meta-study concludes that training with elastic bands builds strength just as well as free weights or machines. No, really.
New research may change the way you train calves and, for that matter, the way you train every body part.
Make your rows even more effective. All you need is a cheap little accessory... and you probably already have it.
With apologies to CrossFit, the Marines, and even NASA, there are some exercises that are just plain dumb. Here they are.
Using half-kneeling lifts? They're great... until they wreck your hips and back. Here's the simple fix.
Live with an icepack on your shoulder? These tactics for training through and around injuries (while also rehabbing) are mandatory.
Pack more muscle onto your medial delts to get that capped, superhero look. Here's how.
Hit a new pressing PR and stretch out the sleeves of your T-shirts. Add a few of these into your program.
Want stronger delts? Add a few of these challenging variations to your upper-body day.
There's a difference between ab training and core training. Here are some new exercises for both goals.
You've never seen this one before. Here's how to do it for a solid back and core.
New research shows that if you only eat a little bit of protein at a couple of meals, you can't make up for it by eating more at another meal.
An angry sciatic nerve will wreck deadlift day. Here's the simple solution you're going to wish you'd known about sooner.
Need a high-protein breakfast? Need it fast? Want it to be chocolate pie? Try this no-bake recipe.
Never curl in the rack... unless you're using overcoming isometrics to build bigger, stronger arms. Here's how to do it.
Many lifters don't need direct biceps and triceps work. Some need a little. Some need a lot. Here's how to know what's best for your body and your goals.
These active openers will keep your back and knees healthy. And that translates into bigger, better squats.
Will elevating your heels during squats make you injury prone, unathletic, or unable to do regular squats? Nope. Here's why.
Test your grip, then make it even stronger. Here's how.
Here are some cool tricks that will reduce the calories in rice, bread, potatoes, and pasta, along with keeping blood-sugar levels low.
Ditch the standard plank and replace it with this.
Try this tough delt-building method and make your shoulders scream.
Try this spin on a classic exercise. It's even better than before.