Big? Check! Strong? Check! Now it's time to move like an athlete, ramp up your conditioning, and feel incredible. Here's exactly how to do it.
Lifters who want to build muscular size get overly fixated on lifting heavy. There are better, faster ways to get bigger.
Common sense and dirty tricks combine for the perfect workout checklist. Which important steps are you missing?
GVT works, if you can handle it. Here are the pros and cons.
Double your muscle building by working one limb at a time? What'chu talkin' 'bout, Wilis?
Hey, tall guy, you know all those lifting rules that apply to short people - the ones that got no reason to live? They don't apply to you.
The Z Press is much harder than the overhead press and it will expose any weaknesses you might have. Here’s how to do it.
Here's a challenging, but smart way to build strength fast.
Some are, some aren't. Here's what to look for.
In this case, a machine is better than free weights. Check this out.
Use these strategies to make gains and perfect your pull-ups. Here's how.
Most lifters use the leg press as a substitute for the squat when their backs hurt. Not smart. Here's what to do instead.
Here's why you should train upper back often and with higher reps, along with the best exercise choices.
Sounds crazy, but it works when you use the ladder method. Here's how to do it for size gains.
The cable beats the dumbbell for this classic bodybuilding exercise. Here's how to do it.
Here's why everyone needs to add some higher-rep sets to their workouts.
A simple technique plus a change in grip can make pulldowns work much better. Check this out.
Can't feel your lats working? Can't get them to grow? This exercise will fix both of those problems, fast! Check it out.
It's a classic exercise, but most people are doing it wrong. Here's how to do it right.
Stimulate your chest in a whole new way with this powerful exercise. Check it out.
Looks easy, hurts really bad. Use this one as a warm-up or finisher. Check it out.
Keep your back healthy by adding this feel-good move to your workout.
Hit your delts first, or ideally, on a different day than biceps. Here's why.
Use the test here to find out how low you can go and how wide or narrow your feet should be.
Don't pull the dumbbell straight up. Instead, use a dragging J motion. Watch this video.