Use the iron to cut through the chaos of life. Here's the deal.
What every lifter and athlete can learn from samurai philosophy.
Samurai-tested strategies for not only setting goals, but actually achieving them.
Learn your competitors' weaknesses and exploit them. Learn your own weaknesses and correct them.
Gains stalled? Not looking forward to training anymore? It's time to mix things up and reignite progress. Here are 7 ways to do it.
Dave Tate has spent thousands of hours under the bar and training strong lifters to get even stronger. Listen up or stay weak.
The difference between a high-performance body and a slow, chubby body is all in your head... literally.
Observe the laws. Build muscle, lose fat, and win the mind game. It starts right here.
A scientist decides to squat heavy for 100 days in a row to see what happens. What he discovered will change your ideas about training.
How to use neurolinguistic programming to reach your physique goals.
Let's improve the fields of fitness and strength training. How? By calling out these five types of jackwagons.
Goal setting requires an ongoing assessment. Here's what lifters should know about making it from point A to point B.
There are five types of people out there who will ruin your progress in the gym. Here they are, plus five great people you need in your crew.
Like any occupation, the fitness biz has its share of morons and downright delusional characters. Here's how to spot them.
How does a person go from couch potato to shredded beast? In 6 behavioral stages. What stage are you in? Will you make it to the final stage?
Motivational lessons learned from the gridiron can help supercharge your training.
Knowledge is power, but knowledge can also be limiting. Real progress occurs when you harness the power of the belief effect.
A super tribe of Africans has learned the secret to athletic success. Can we duplicate the effects of their barbaric methods?
It's time to get ramped up, jacked up and turned on. We ask 8 pros for their very best advice about training motivation. Their answers are surprising.
How to develop hardcore confidence, in the gym and out.
is is a piece of the puzzle that most people think they have, but really don't. It's true in the gym and it's true in the rest of your life.
You don't spend 30 years under the bar without acquiring a few scars - and learning a few lessons.
To be elite in any sport, you must be willing to make sacrifices, work hard, and be unbalanced.
Never be satisfied with your current level of skill or development. Always try to improve, in every aspect of your life.
Manning broke an "unbreakable" record. And the way he did it has plenty of lessons for anyone who wants to build his body.