Don't just grip it and rip it. The right hand position can help you build muscle and strength. Here’s what you need to know.
Little-known tips on bench pressing, chest development, and shoulder health that your coach or clueless personal trainer never told you.
What's called “cheating” by the form police may be just what you need to add some serious size.
The way we see it, there are two types of lifters: those who like trisets, and wusses. Here's an article for the former.
Go heavy or go home! Or, you know, go lighter and actually get the results you're looking for. Here are 4 moves that don't require heavy weights.
You don’t have to be an Olympian to do these. If you want to burn fat, increase power, and gain athleticism, master these lifts.
A body that's out of balance is an injury waiting to happen. Here are some diagnostic tests (and remedies) that even the guy who hates diagnostic tests will love.
Big and tall guys have lousy leverages. They need to do core exercises tailored to their size. Check these out.
To cure ILS, make your imaginary lats real and huge. This brutal back workout will do the trick.
These smart tips will have you pulling heavier and staying safer almost immediately.
If you're searching for a way to smash a strength plateau in a hurry, try deadstop training. Here’s how to do it.
The next time someone tells you that a person your size should be able to lift a certain amount, tell them to shove it. Here's why.
Why you shouldn't train biceps before shoulders or do bench dips, upright rows, or even the bench press! (Don't worry, the author gives solid alternatives.)
Training to be explosive is a triple win: you get stronger, bigger, and leaner at the same time. Here’s how to do it.
A classic tool ripped straight from page one of the Old School Training Bible for serious gains in size and strength.
Everyone loves the front squat, right? Yeah, probably not. But you’d grow to love it if you fixed these common weaknesses.
Coach Lee Boyce blew out both knees. The unconventional rules he used to bring himself back can help anyone with a musculoskeletal injury.
Standard shrugs are for newbies, and they actually don't build the traps all that well. Here's how to really grow some monster traps.
This classic bodybuilding program does what most programs can’t: it allows you to build muscle and lose some fat at the same time. Check it out.
If you're tall and you want to build muscle, you need to adopt new exercises, new techniques, and new strategies.
Varying your lifting speed is a great way to promote growth. Here's how to choose the right tempo to reach your goals.
Tips on getting the most out of the deadlift, pull-up, and bent-over row.
You still have decades left in your training career, but you need to start doing these four things before it's too late.
No need to stop squatting or even deadlifting if you've got a sore or injured back. Just make these 8 adjustments.
A lot of supersets just don't make any sense, physiology-wise. Here's some methodology to support your passion for pairing.