Do you have to lose some muscle to lose fat? Not really. Here are some calorie guidelines to get you started.
This program will build your traps, rear delts, and neck, but also your other yoke muscles.
In this installment: No-BS warm-ups. How to keep muscle when dieting. How to train back with a bad back.
For shoulders, free weights involve too much wasted movement. Not so with cable exercises. Here are 4 that'll blast your delts into oblivion.
Can you build strength in the leg press, or is it nonfunctional? Coach Carter lays the smack down here.
Sorry, you still need some. Here's why. Warning: This may hurt some powerlifter feelings.
Smoke your entire lower body, especially your glutes. Try this.
Are your glutes balanced or is one side weaker? Here's how to find out, and how to fix it.
Got tiny, narrow shoulders? You need more than heavy overhead work. Try these scorchers.
Safe exercises, dangerous exercises, and ass-clowns.
Are big lifts best for delt size? Is the leg press worthless? And how do you avoid embarrassment at competitions? Answers here.
After making some fast progress, is your deadlift now stuck in a rut? Here's how to fix that.
On one side of the keto debate, you have the glassy-eyed cultish fans. On the other side, bread-scarfing haters. Who's right? Here are the facts.
Give the pulldown machine a break and try these two exercises.
Male Pancake Ass: It's a terrible condition to have. And squats and deadlifts can't fix the problem by themselves. Here's what will.
If you're not a powerlifter, should you be testing your bench press 1RM often? Here's the answer.
In his new column, Coach Carter tackles glute building for dudes, deadlift frequency, lat work for big guys, and benching for non-powerlifters.
Is elbow pain interfering with your arm training? Try this.
Still doing 3 sets of 10? Time to ramp it up and trigger some new growth. Here's how.
Drop your regular leg-day workout and try this for 8 weeks. If you can take the pain, your quads, hams, and glutes will explode. In a good way.
If you want to do enough volume for muscle growth, but only have a short amount of time to train, organize your training split like this.
It's not a warm-up set, and it's not a work set either. It's that all-important set in between. Here's how to do it.
Combine a loaded stretch, slow negatives, and a vicious mechanical drop set to trigger biceps growth multiple ways. Here's how.
Use the muscle round technique to light up your brachialis and add size to your arms.
Crank up the reps and the training frequency to add some size to your stubborn calves. Bonus: You can do this anywhere, every day.