A new way to get stronger and master a lift.
Train for strength and hypertrophy in the same workout. Here's how.
A new twist on a classic muscle-building method. Check it out.
It's time to shake up your workout, stimulate new muscle gains, and lose some fat. Try this training template.
You don't just want big arms, you want arms that are as strong as they look. Here's how to get them.
Do clusters on the bench press, squat, or deadlift and you'll build strength fast. Here's a quick guide.
Trying to fit more work into less time has its advantages. But a mash-up of exercises will limit your gains. Here's what to do instead.
If you can't hit proper depth, stop going up in weight. A squat is not a slight knee-bend or a curtsy. This clever trick will help you stop being lame.
Let's see how fit you really are. Take this quick test. And try not to puke.
Impressive abs aren't just made in the kitchen. They're grown through intentional and regular hypertrophy training. Here's how to make sure that happens.
Should you train a muscle group or two per day or your entire body? Here are the pros and cons of each method.
Blast through your deadlift PR while building new mass on your upper back with Anderson deadlifts.
Do you have the forearms of a ballerina? Here's a simple way to build a pair worthy of respect, admiration, and fear.
You need to set PRs in the strict curl. Here's a program that'll have you curling train axles in no time.
To make fast gains in the squat you have to squat more frequently - a lot more frequently. Here's how to make it work.
Re-think the big arch for bench pressing. It doesn't create any real strength, and admit it: it's cheating. Here’s why.
The best workout delivers the greatest impact in the shortest time. If you're short on time but still want serious gains, try this.
Just picking up heavy objects will only work for so long. Here's how to use high-intensity methods to accelerate gains.
Some things you know about strength, some things you thought you knew, and some things you plain just don't know.
Is a 300-pound bench press as rare as a 21-year-old Swedish lingerie model who loves watching football and rough and tumble pillow fights with her twin sister?
Hitting a 400-pound bench is a goal for many lifters, yet few ever get there. They need this article.
Tim Henriques' total was stuck at 1400 for over two years. The plan he outlines in this article got him up to 1600 in a relatively short time.
Do you trash a muscle and let it grow for a week or smack it around a little more often? Here's the run-down on finding the right frequency for you.
Twelve time-tested routines for size and strength. Pick one and get to work.
Knowledge is power, but knowledge can also be limiting. Real progress occurs when you harness the power of the belief effect.