Can you build strength in the leg press, or is it nonfunctional? Coach Carter lays the smack down here.
Build all-over strength with these carry and push variations.
These smart tips will have you pulling heavier and staying safer almost immediately.
Is adrenal fatigue real? Is feeling the muscle more important than adding weight to the bar? Answers here.
How to grow lagging muscles and move better.
Are big lifts best for delt size? Is the leg press worthless? And how do you avoid embarrassment at competitions? Answers here.
Here's what to do when the barbell just refuses to go up.
Some coaches say to never do high reps with compound barbell movements. They're wrong. Here's why.
After making some fast progress, is your deadlift now stuck in a rut? Here's how to fix that.
We've all fallen for these myths, and that's not a bad thing as long as we wise up as we gain more experience.
What's the best way to preserve muscle while losing fat? How do you smash an overhead press plateau? Answers here.
If you're not a powerlifter, should you be testing your bench press 1RM often? Here's the answer.
For complete strength and injury prevention, you need more than squats, deadlifts, and lunges. Add a few of these isolation exercises to your plan.
Push and pull without moving a weight. Sounds odd but it works if you're wanting to get stronger or instantly perform better. Here's how.
The answer isn't always to eat more and lift heavier. Here are three things a lot of lifters don't think about.
In his new column, Coach Carter tackles glute building for dudes, deadlift frequency, lat work for big guys, and benching for non-powerlifters.
These training and diet strategies will serve as a personal reboot and have you in a whole different place, physique-wise, one year from now.
It's not a warm-up set, and it's not a work set either. It's that all-important set in between. Here's how to do it.
How bodybuilders can fight post-show depression, how to eat carbs and stay lean, and what to do if squats make you hurt.
People use those words interchangeably, but experienced lifters know better. Do you? Info here.
You're already doing the big basics, right? Now add these. You'll get stronger, perform better athletically and get more jacked.
There are some people who need advanced drills and programming. You may not be one of them. Here's how to keep it simple and get strong.
You need it, but it can also wreck you as you accumulate more years under the bar. Here's how to manage it.
Hit a sticking point on a major lift like the deadlift? Try this.
Always use a full range of motion... except when you shouldn't. This can change as you gain more experience. Info here.