Your teacher always said that ditching math class would come back to bite you on the butt and she was right. Luckily, Nick Tumminello is here to show you how vector mathematics can improve your workouts. (Really.)
We love the workouts that make you ache, the ones that make you shake your fist at the heavens above. This one involves doing one-rep maxes with 60-second negatives, followed by some nice drop sets.
The strength training industry has been like the Wild West for too long. Here are rules that bring method to the madness.
Everybody focuses on pulling the bar off the floor, but the most important factor is how you lower it. Here's why.
Regular push-ups getting too easy? Try these variations to boost strength and power, nail your core, and improve shoulder health.
You've probably never even SEEN these before. Give 'em a shot!
It takes more than barbell benching to build an impressive chest. Try these tips and tricks.
When strength athletes occasionally train like bodybuilders, they get even stronger and decrease the chance of injuries. Here's how.
If you don't compete in powerlifting, do you still need to deload? Yes, if you train hard. Here's why and what to do.
Doing this after your last heavy work set will give you a mind-blowing pump and add inches that you'd otherwise leave on the table.
Bench stuck? Here's how to find and fix your sticking points.
Sorry, but just doing compound lifts isn't going to grow your arms to their maximal genetic limits. You need an arm day full of supersets. Try these.
Here's a drop-set workout guaranteed to trigger new muscle growth.
Here's how different deadlifting styles affect your central nervous system and recovery.
Two sets of this mechanical advantage drop set will leave your biceps screaming (and growing).
The biggest potential for growth lies on the back side of the body. Tap into that growth by using these lat-dominant finishers.
After your heavy sets, finish off your bi's with this brutal metabolic stress protocol.
Stop missing out. Build a leaner, stronger, more jacked physique with this list of underused moves.
Build starting strength and reactive power with this challenging push-up variation.
Turn this exercise into an isometric hold for greater strength gains. Here's how.
Here's why this counterintuitive advice actually makes a lot of sense.
Big lifts lead to big gains, but they may not all fit your long-limbed structure. Try these variations and watch your progress skyrocket.
Improve shoulder stability and athletic performance with this advanced push-up variation.
Here's a simple trick that'll keep you from snapping your back.
If you want to pull more weight with better form, don't fall for these lies.