At a certain point, it pays to do a little self assessment and ask yourself how big and strong is big and strong enough.
Technically sound strength training is dependent on good mobility. Here are the moves experienced lifters need.
Here's how big guys can make those leverage disadvantages work in their favor to break plateaus and build even more muscle.
Improve your conditioning and get ripped... in the squat rack. Here's how.
It's time to put away your childish things and train like a grown-ass man or woman. Here's how.
A lot of trainers will tell you to stop pressing to avoid injury risk. They're dumb. Here's what to do instead.
Most fitness challenges are made for tiny guys whose relative strength is off the charts. Try these specifically designed for big men.
Everyone is, yet for some reason trainers tell you that's a bad thing. Here's the truth.
There are three other likely problems. Here they are.
You have problems, the trainer says. And of course, only he can fix them... for a price. Here's the truth.
Here's how to master a weight before you even think about going heavier. You'll build more strength, more size, and avoid injury.
With apologies to CrossFit, the Marines, and even NASA, there are some exercises that are just plain dumb. Here they are.
This versatile movement works great, even if you have beat-up shoulders.
This simple trick gives you a tiny assist at the bottom of the squat and spares your beat-up knees.
There's no need to give up benching, squatting, or OH pressing because of cranky joints. Here's how to keep doing them, pain-free.
For rotator cuff work, the dumbbell is seldom the right tool. Here's what to do instead.
These will wreck your shoulder joints. Here's why, plus a better option.
Can you do it? Can you do it with good form? Here's why you need to be able to, plus an awesome bodyweight challenge.
Get more activation in your pecs with this simple change. Check it out.
What you do AFTER your heavy barbell work makes all the difference in the world. Here's how to get your chest growing again.
The rear delts are arguably the hardest muscle to isolate. Here are 4 things you can do to start feeling your delts, probably for the very first time.
Here's a better way to do dumbbell rows.
Guess what? The best form for cable and barbell rows isn't super strict, no matter what the Form Police say. Here's why.
These unique back exercises and form tweaks will help you build a bigger, stronger back. Guaranteed.
Many experienced lifters make these training mistakes. Do you?