Most guys who try to get huge just end up getting fat. Or worse, skinny fat. Here's why that happens and how to prevent it.
Most of the reps you do are garbage reps. They add volume but they don't grow anything. Here's a new approach to making every rep count.
Good exercise to hit your hams and glutes, but there's a way to make it even better. Check this out.
The bench press is great for overall strength, but not a great pec builder... unless you use these two tricks.
We've been lead to believe that there's something magical about low-carb diets. Nope, it's just basic math. Here's why.
How many days per week should you train each muscle? The truth is, every muscle group is different. Here's your guide.
Don't do more sets and reps than you need to. All it does is eat into your recovery and slow down gains. Details here.
Hara-what? It's a simple Japanese dietary approach that will keep you lean and mean. Check it out.
Are your workouts working? It can be tough to track muscle gains, and the scale alone falls short. Here are nine ways to track your growth.
No, you don't have to gain a ton of fat to build muscle, but you do need to be realistic. Here's a little reality check.
Balanced training is great for beginners, but not so much for the experienced lifter. Here's why.
Most training programs focus on adding weight to the bar, but the best way to add muscle is to focus on volume. Here why and how to do it.
Cut, bulk, cut, bulk, repeat. What's missing? The crucial maintenance phase. Here's why you should never skip it.
Use these quick guidelines for protein, carb, and fat intake the next time you're trying to get down to 10% body fat or less.
Here's the smart way to adjust your diet and your training for your next bulking phase.
Here's how to adjust your nutrition to match your training goal. It covers mass phases, fat loss phases, and maintenance phases.