This ab exercise will make you feel like you just got a fist in your breadbasket, but it'll really build your abs.
Doing an unorthodox number of reps and taking a really short rest period increased biceps growth by 100% during this study. Take a look.
An old drug and a new supplement can help to activate AMPK, which may cause cancer cells to starve themselves. Info here.
Tired before your workout? These two things may be better than caffeine for optimizing exercise performance.
Research shows these veggies deactivate the muscle growth inhibitor, myostatin. Check out the science.
The new science on a functional carbohydrate that wins races and helps you power through tough workouts.
This common gym implement will keep your squats honest by ensuring full range of motion on every rep.
This substance, with its broad list of abilities, is the Superman of supplements.
All the convenience of a sandwich without the carbs.
Try this natural testosterone booster that doesn't negatively affect the prostate.
Vinegar helps optimize insulin sensitivity. Learn how it works and how much to use.
There are plenty of good reasons to use Viagra and its cousins, other than the obvious one.
Here's how that vacation will affect your size and strength.
Boners are a better predictor of future health than smoking, high blood pressure, or diabetes. Here's why.
Does having a big sloppy meal kill your diet? Exactly how much fat do you gain when eat more than you should? Answers here.
Science says that females want to see something when you take your clothes off, or rather, the lack of something.
Science shows there's a definite advantage to one, but it all depends on how long you've been training.
These foods have the potential to build more muscle, burn more fat, and maybe cure a lot of things that ail you.
Only 1 out of a 100 people really knows what happens to fat when you diet. Sad!
If you're using TRT, is a subcutaneous or intramuscular injection better? Here's some new info.
Which one of the two, if either, is best for a lifter to eat? The answer seems obvious, but it's not.
A side effect of what you're doing in the gym may make you live longer than those wraith-like calorie-restriction guys.
The big Harvard study suggested all you low-carb people may die before your time. Are they right?
In a new study, women trained with light or heavy weights. The actual weight didn't matter much, but something else sure did.
When your glutes won't activate during lower body exercises, they start to get soft and shapeless. Here's a simple way to keep them round and hard.