The human body has a limited capacity to adapt to physical stress. As a result, it's important to know which exercises can give you the most bang for your buck. Including too many "limited effect" exercises in hope of covering all bases is a problem.
How to get stronger and balance out your monotonous diet of squats and deadlifts with single-leg movements.
Mike Robertson wants to remind you to do some of the great stuff you used to, but may have forgotten about.
Coach Staley provides his best tips that have made the greatest impact on how he thinks and trains. Check it out.
To make progress, look to the past. Here are the best training and lifestyle lessons from legendary bodybuilders, strongmen, and coaches.
New squat and deadlift techniques, plus killer core exercises and even a couple of forearm movements.
Explosive training doesn't mean endless sets of power cleans. Here are 10 ways to power-up.
The best training programs have ten principles in common. Is your lifting plan up to snuff?
They both lifts weights. They both train hard. They both use drugs at the pro levels. So why are bodybuilders more jacked than powerlifters?
Casual lifters won't get this, but you have to be a little bit crazy to get super strong. Here are ten "insane" things you need to do to get there.
Doug Hepburn was the first man to bench 500 pounds, drug-free. His old school strength advice still stands up. Check it out.
If strength, health, and longevity are what you're after, then you should be able to easily pass these tests. If not, you have work to do.
What training strategies and exercises work best for you? Only you can figure that out. Here's a smart list to help you get started.
What's one thing every lifter should try in his or her lifting career? We ask the pros and experts. Check out their list.
If you look like a less-hairy version of Bigfoot, then you can't always train the same way as smaller guys. Here are the differences you need to know.
Most coaches hate the Smith machine, but it does have a few (surprising) uses for serious athletes. Check ‘em out.
If your squat hasn't gone up since the Clinton administration, this program will help you finally set some new PR's.
Weak benchers do flyes, pec deck, and machine presses – everything except what they need to be doing, which is bench, bench, bench.
Martin Rooney wants to change how you think about MMA training. Check out his insights here.
Is your training getting stale? Here are eleven effective methods to spark new progress.
Twelve time-tested routines for size and strength. Pick one and get to work.
Warning: These tests might reveal things about your strength and athleticism that you're not willing to face. How do you stack up?
The nervous system is powerful and mysterious. Here are some practical tips for getting charged up or chilled out.
Kneeling exercises challenge the abs, power up the hams and glutes, and allow you to do overhead presses without blowing out your spine.
It’s difficult to lift hard and heavy when your elbows and wrists feel jacked up. Here’s how to keep them strong and healthy.