No recovery, no progress. Here are four recovery methods every serious lifter or athlete should be using.
Enjoy pain? Increasing metabolic stress is the single most overlooked aspect of training for size. Try these torturous techniques.
Regular stretching and mobility drills have nothing on this. Stretch with weights and you'll not only increase mobility, you'll get stronger. Here's how.
It's not just about looking sexy. Bellies that stick out and glutes that don't are signs of other problems. Here's how to fix them.
All you need to build strong, powerful abs is "The Pillar Killer" – a mechanical drop set built around a series of core-specific movements. Check it out.
What's the point of training if you're always hunched over and hiding your gains? Straighten up to look as strong as you actually are. Here's how.
You hear these words all the time, but do you even know what they really mean? It's time to stop it with the nerdy buzzwords and go back to basics. Start here.
Nothing kills your gains like a lifting injury. Here are the four injuries you're most likely to get and how to prevent them.
Kelly Starrett is a physical therapist and expert on movement and injury prevention. Here's his take on the current state and future of CrossFit.
Stop listening to uneducated jackasses when it comes to squat depth. You can figure out what's best for your anatomy with these tests. Here's how.
Foam rolling, stretching, kinesio tape, and icing after an injury have all been pretty much debunked. Here's what you should do instead.
Injuries are progress-killers, and CrossFitters are racking them up. The best way to stop them is to prevent them. Here's how.
Squats irritating your shoulders? Don't go to the doctor’s office yet. There's a reason it's happening and a way to fix it.
Love lifting? Want to keep doing it for life? Then you need to balance your workouts and fix your posture with these five exercises.
Are you using any of these overhyped fitness gadgets? If so, should you be? Probably not.
CrossFit attracts just as many participants as critics. Dr. Stuart McGill gives us his perspective on the pros, cons, and future of CrossFit.
Cancel that doctor's appointment. Take the self-assessment tests then try these treatments to fix your nagging pain.
Let's bust three ab training myths, test for real abdominal strength, and learn the best way to build a strong, athletic core.
Lift big-ass weights without pain using these three very advanced techniques.
These machines are injurious, dysfunctional, or based on downright fraud. Luckily, there are some very effective alternatives.
Three common things you probably do in the gym that will wreck your elbows, plus a few smart tricks that'll fix you right up.
For heavy lifting, drop the dumb warm-up sets and do ramp-ups instead. You'll get stronger, build more muscle and avoid injuries.
Forget boring, strength-sapping forms of cardio. These treadmill and bike finishers will burn fat and increase athleticism in just 4-12 minutes.
Those popular ab exercises you see in many workout programs are ineffective and injurious. Luckily, there are smarter alternatives.
Obsessed endurance athletes like triathloners need to pick up some heavy weights if they want to stay strong and injury-free. Here's how.