Glutes get all the attention. A big butt is nice, but it needs to be balanced, both aesthetically and functionally, with strong quads.
How many grams for hypertrophy phases? How many grams for fat-loss phases? Here's where to start.
Testosterone replacement therapy is awesome but you'll lose your hair, right? Well, it's not that simple. Here are the facts.
Coaches and steroid users, the best trap exercises, Russian vs. American kettlebell swings, and box jumps for conditioning.
Every fat loss diet works via caloric deficit, but insulin plays a role too in body composition... and it's not always the bad guy.
Getting tested? Here's what to ask for from the lab.
This program will build your traps, rear delts, and neck, but also your other yoke muscles.
Gap supplements are essential. Here's why you need them.
This mobilization hormone can help you or hurt you. And some diets can make it skyrocket. Here are the facts.
Some lifters choose to train in the morning while others opt for evening workouts. Who's got the edge in strength and hypertrophy?
You'll want these muffins for breakfast every day. Here's the easy recipe.
Avoid this stretch if you're a lifter, and use two other methods to take the stress off.
What's a good diet for college kids who can't spend a lot? Get the answer here.
For supplements to build muscle, burn fat, or raise testosterone, they need to be concentrated, absorbable, and bioavailable. Here's what to look for.
Pro bodybuilders depend on this much-maligned movement. Here's how to do it right and program it correctly.
It's not just for athletes. Here's why and how to do it.
Self-myofascial release with a roller or lacrosse ball sure feels like it's working, but it may be causing permanent damage. Info here.
Testosterone gets blamed when some d-bag flies into a rage, but this study shows it's the low-T men you have to watch out for.
Are replacement-level dosages of T going to mess with your ticker? Here's what you probably don't know.
In this installment: No-BS warm-ups. How to keep muscle when dieting. How to train back with a bad back.
This inexpensive powder fixes injured tendons and repairs damaged knees far better than glucosamine and chondroitin.
More work, less time. These circuits will get you shredded.
Use high-intensity repeat training (HIRT) to build striated muscle, boost athletic strength, and develop machine-like endurance.
It'll make you look like a ninja warrior and it's just plain fun. Master this bodyweight exercise.
Is TRT problematic or is it actually good for the prostate? The answer may surprise you.