After making some fast progress, is your deadlift now stuck in a rut? Here's how to fix that.
Here's why everyone needs to add some higher-rep sets to their workouts.
Researchers study whether a new type of wobbly bar recruits more muscle than conventional steel bars.
Increase forearm and finger strength with rice, then hoist some heavier weights. Here's how.
In training and in life, the majority seldom gets it right. Maybe it's time to do things differently.
You've seen this lift in strongman competitions. Here's how to do it in a regular gym and smash those delts.
Prime your nervous system before bench pressing to unlock your strength potential. Here's how.
If you prime your CNS before a big pull, you'll lift heavier and feel awesome. Here's how to do it.
This is so obvious, so essential, that many lifters tend to overlook it.
Hard training shouldn't wreck you for days. Use these workouts to keep your strength high and your recovery brief.
Can you do all five of these things? You should be able to. Check the list.
This old school strategy has several benefits for today's lifters. Check 'em out.
We all think it does, but what does science say? And does the type of training you're doing change things? Info here.
What's best? Longer, less frequent workouts or shorter, more frequent workouts? Here's what the research says.
Short on time? Don't rest less between sets or you'll interfere with your gains. Try this instead.
Want to fire up your nervous system and stay strong from set to set? Try this method.
The one-rep max is a great way to brag about how much you can lift. It's also unnecessary for most lifters. Here's why.
Don't settle for being fat and strong. Here's why relative strength should be one of your goals.
Pick one lift and do 3-4 sets at 80% of your max at the end of every training session. Here's why.
Here's how to find the right balance between the big basics and exercise variety to stimulate fresh gains.
A little variety is good. A lot of variety is lazy and dumb. Here's why.
Do this explosive movement before barbell squats and you'll lift more weight.
Use your EDM as the foundation for planning your workouts. Here's why.
Grab a pen and a piece of paper and do this. It'll help you trim the fluff off your workout plan and get focused on the movements that matter.
Most lifters go super wide, but that only works if it fits your anatomy. Here's how to find YOUR best stance.