Can strength athletes actually benefit from the adductor and abductor machine? Here's what you need to know.
There are two ways to row: super strict or super cheated. Both are incorrect! Here's how to actually row right for gains.
Weird? Yes. Effective? Also yes. Check this out.
Shrugs are good, but this exercise is better for all-around trap hypertrophy.
Combine a loaded stretch, slow negatives, and a vicious mechanical drop set to trigger biceps growth multiple ways. Here's how.
Having a strong neck is a big part of being yoked. Try these exercises, no specialty machine required.
Strong glutes make your whole body stronger. Also, having a nice butt is, well, nice. Try this twist on the now-classic hip thrust.
Hey meathead, if you're not accustomed to raising your heart rate, get started with one of these options.
When strength athletes occasionally train like bodybuilders, they get even stronger and decrease the chance of injuries. Here's how.
Here's a handy set of guidelines to help lifters find the balance between too dang skinny and too dang fat.
It's a common problem. Here's how to fix it.
Don't worry, I was too. What I needed was some tough love. Here's what worked for me.
Pro bodybuilders, hot fitness chicks, strongmen, and even powerlifters sometimes use the Smith machine. Here's why.
Set your ego aside, use better technique, and build traps so big they impair your hearing. Here's how.
Every skinny, weak guy has abs. Big deal. Traps are the true sign of strength. Here's how to make yours huge.
Want to boost your big three? Use CAT squats, T-shirt benches, and paused deads. Here's how.
You probably have micronutrient deficiencies that mess with your T levels, your sleep, your mood, and more. Here's how to fix them.