Individuality in training is essential. But there are some principles that EVERYONE who enters the gym should follow. Here they are.
Boost all-around strength and real-world athletic performance with these moves.
You're already doing the big basics, right? Now add these. You'll get stronger, perform better athletically and get more jacked.
Keep your knees, hips, and spine healthy and strong with this exercise.
An old bodybuilding trick might actually improve athletic performance. Ironically, it's not that great for bodybuilding. Info here.
Want to build strength, size, and athleticism with one training program? All you need is this plan.
Do these fast and explosive dumbbell movements and get psyched up for the rest of your workout.
Learning a new Olympic lift or any athletic movement? Just do this after you practice and you'll accelerate motor learning.
Are the top CrossFitter's really the fittest all-around athletes? Here's one strength coach's opinion.
Everyone needs a little power and speed training, even bodybuilders. Here's why and how to slide it into your program.
We bet you've heard that these exercises are bad. Here's the truth, backed by science.
Denser muscle. Better squats and deadlifts. Sound good? Then you need to work jumps into your workouts. Here's how.
Do a couple of these drills before you lift and you'll get the best workout you've had this year.
Increase athleticism and smash your deadlift PR. Add this to your program. Here's how to do it.
Good rehab tool, not always a good strength training tool. Here's why.
The box jump is an okay test, but it's not really a training method, at least not how most dopes do it. Here's why.
Exercises are tools. You've got to know how to use them properly. Here's a list of commonly misused ones.
Does kinesio tape or K-tape actually do anything to improve performance, stability, or pain? We dug into the new research.
This will increase your ability to transfer force across your body, which is crucial for punching, batting, throwing, and even sprinting.
Fire up your central nervous system and recruit a monster amount of muscle fibers with this movement.
Close grip or traditional grip? If an athlete wants to transfer strength into power, here's what science says is the best choice.
What happens when you combine several popular recovery methods? This new study tested it out.
Not interested in learning the full O-lifts? Build athleticism and power anyway with these two easier-to-learn exercises.
A new study shows that these goofy masks make everything about your workout less effective. Here's why.
Here's how to run slower, punch slower, and miss the ball more. Wait, you don't want that? Then avoid dumb training methods like this.