Are you a computer guy? If so then your posture probably sucks. Here’s how to fix it.
Got bad posture because you have to slave away in front of the computer all day? Here’s how to fix it.
They're one of the most difficult muscle groups to develop, but the cure to your underdeveloped hamstrings might lie in the answer to this question: "Which way do you point your toes during a leg curl?"
It's estimated that 80% of the population will someday experience adrenal fatigue. When it comes to lifers, the percentage is probably higher. Jimmy Smith gives you 10 signs of adrenal fatigue, along with how to fix what ails ya.
Grip training may just be the missing piece to why you're not stronger or bigger. Diesel Crew member Jim Smith shows you how to develop iron hands.
The rules of size training change a bit for tall lifters. Check out these lifting guidelines for lanky guys.
Despite, you know, the drug thing, pro bodybuilders know quite a few secrets when it comes to training shoulders.
The best way to get an X-shaped physique is to build up the rear delts, forearms, traps, and calves. Jimmy Smith tells you how.
Jimmy Smith attempts to bring logic, practicality, and good sense to the discipline of bodybuilding. No, really. We're not kidding. This lump actually thinks he can offset years of obfuscation. Oh well, whadda' ya' say we give him a chance?
Are you still following this old school bodybuilding advice? It's time to call out the common myths. Here's what it is and why it's wrong.
Sure all the pros are roided out to their mutant gills. That doesn't mean we can't still learn some incredibly valuable back-training tips by observing how the big bastards train.
So you spend maybe 5 or 6 hours a week in the gym. How much of that time is spent snapping towels or playing the soap dish game in the locker room? If you plan just a little and cut out the wasted time, you might actually build a decent physique.
Ten ways to fix and prevent ankle injuries.
Unbeknownst to most, rest periods are a critical part of defining the body you want, and there's actually a science behind it, too.