Dr. Clay shows you how to take advantage of high-intensity workouts to make huge gains in size and strength.
A recent graduate of medical school challenges the medical profession on several of its long-standing beliefs.
Five new ways to build muscle, increase strength, improve conditioning, and impress the know-it-alls in your gym.
Something you can do at home for five minutes that will add size to your chest and upper arms. That plus lots of other cool stuff. Check out the list.
Chances are, you're either a fat bastard or a skinny slacker. Regardless, here's some advice that might get your mind (and body) right.
The best way to get an X-shaped physique is to build up the rear delts, forearms, traps, and calves. Jimmy Smith tells you how.
Are hard gainers stuck with skinny calves and forearms? Is lower always better on squats? Answers to these questions and more in the latest installment of our series.
You can't develop a weak or unresponsive body part with the exact same training techniques that made it that way. So try this.
An ab routine that not only trains every function of the muscles, but also gets you ripped.
Can simply employing German Volume Training on a couple of exercises a week be the key to muscle building?
A veteran coach borrows a page from Westside to create the Omnibus Method, a new template for hypertrophy training.
The look of a tiny waist and big-back is what makes heads turn. Build your upper body to achieve that look. Here's how.
A veteran bodybuilding coach shows you how to lighten up your leg training and get your best results ever.
It’s the nagging stuff you probably know you need to do. You just haven’t been TOLD to do it yet. Start here, then get to work.
Dave Draper, the best bodybuilder to never win Mr. Olympia, expounds on the agony and ecstasy of a life spent lifting.
Stagnation is unacceptable. Revive your workouts and watch your muscle mass increase while your body fat decreases.
The first installment of our new series demolishes old ideas about getting bigger and stronger, addressing imbalances, and preventing injuries.
Squats or leg presses? Barbell or Hammer machine? The right answer depends on what you want to get out of your workouts.
For a fat burning hit, a massive conditioning bang, and some appreciable muscle, do complexes. Here’s how.
Need some change in your exercise selection? Give these unusual but effective movements a shot.
A veteran strength coach riffs on deadlifts, squats, rollouts, and why he'd rather not have to explain why his athletes get so many strange bruises.
There are lots of ways to go from lumpy to lean, or skinny to studly, but all muscle makeovers have these common traits.
Three exercises, 25 total reps with a 4-6RM. Don’t worry about sets, rest periods, or even reps per round. Do it. Here’s how and why.
Overload is the training stress the body must adapt to. It’s the driving force of muscle growth. Get it in your training to make gains.
Doing squats on Bosu balls isn't functional. Neither is a lot of stuff you see people doing in the gym.