No added sugar, no flour, no guilt. Bonus: It's packed with muscle-building protein.
Get a brutal pump and increase athleticism without the back irritation. Here are six lifts you've got to try.
Here's what science – and not some weirdo on YouTube – has to say about it.
It isn't as damaging as you might believe and, wonder of wonders, you might actually enjoy life for a few moments!
If you can do this one right for 30 seconds, you're the man. Or the woman. Whatever. Take a look.
You do these staple exercises, but are you getting the most out of them? Here's how to do them right for a wider back.
Here's what that means and what science has to say about it.
Destroy your sticking points with just a barbell. No gym membership or fancy equipment required. Here's what to do.
Bonus: You can do them anywhere with one cheap piece of equipment.
If you do, you'll lose more muscle.
This banded exercise actually builds rounder glutes and thicker hamstrings than hip thrusts or kettlebell swings.
Can't go to the gym right now? Here are eight nutritional strategies to help you keep your hard-earned muscle.
Ditch the power rack and try this functional, full-body squat instead.
Go ahead, eat up. Just choose wisely. Here's some of our favorite goodies.
Here's an easy way to build your delts and your chest. Bonus: It's great for working around banged-up shoulders.
When to switch up your training, how keto affects muscle growth, and why your chest stopped growing even though you can bench a ton.
Or cuss. You choose. Check it out here.
In four weeks, you can build the best calves of your training career. Warning: It's going to hurt — a lot.
If the bench, deadlift, squat, and overhead press are causing you pain, don't worry. These variations will still get you bigger and stronger.
This twist on a strongman event is great for building shoulders, even if they're feeling a little busted up.
Do you lift to look good naked? Cool. But this leaves gaps that lead to imbalances and injuries. Let's fix that, pretty boy.
Ramp up this basic core exercise like this. And try not to pass out.
Add these high-tension moves to your gym workout or do them at home. The results are the same: bigger delts and upper back.
Squat or bench more weight than ever with this seriously simple trick.
De-stress and take the edge off without feeling drugged. Here's something that will do just that.