Trainers get certified and acquire clients by getting results. But the state may soon force them to get licensed and train clients differently.
There's more to proper deadlifting than "grip it and rip it." You're about to get your PhD in pulling.
Athletes take steroids to get strong. Is it because today's strength coaches have neglected to get them strong with proper training?
It's time to finally fix your squat. Here's an in-depth look at squat mechanics from the author of Starting Strength.
Heavy barbell training is the best way to build strength. And everything about sports performance gets better when you're stronger.
Women can often get away with sloppy technique, but should strive for perfection anyway.
Strength & conditioning coaches are a dime a dozen, and most aren't worth that. Why has the field devolved? Let's find out.
Want to become a strength coach or high-level trainer? Most of today's programs will only help you become a miseducated rep-counter making minimum wage at Planet Fitness.
Chances are you're using the wrong belt when you deadlift. Worse yet, you may not even know why or how to use it.
CrossFit is the greatest thing ever to happen to barbell training, except for all the awful parts of it.
High-rep Olympic lifting is rising in popularity largely do to CrossFit. But is it a smart way to train?
Rip has a few questions for you about unilateral exercises, imbalances, exercise variety, and why you're such a wussy.
You Crossfitters? You core trainers? You unilateral trainers? You're not training. You're just exercising, and you're never going to get any better than you are today.
In almost any circumstance, except marathon running, you're better off training strength than you are training conditioning.
600-pound benchers may be forgiven for not focusing on the press. Your narrow ass, on the other hand, has no excuses.
It's okay that you don't know how to deadlift if you were never taught properly. But if you still don't know after reading this article, that's a different story.
There's a big difference between training and just exercising. Do you know what it is? We'll give you a clue: it has to do with adaptation.
There are easier, more fun ways to squat than below parallel. Trouble is, they don't work.
Give this article to the newbie you've taken under your wing. He may not listen to you when it comes to recovery and growth tactics, but if he won't listen to Rippetoe, wash your hands of the little SOB.
One simple adjustment in your lower back position could allow you to start smashing personal records immediately.
Being a novice is a beautiful thing if you want to add strength and muscle to your frame at a shocking rate. Here's a program that will help you do just that.
A proven strength training method to help you keep making progress after the newbie phase. Check it out.