The farmer's walk is as old school as it gets – just grab a pair of heavy weights and walk! But with just a few technical tweaks, you can take the farmer's walk to the next level of safety and effectiveness.
Leg presses and extensions will build the legs, but if you want to be a masterful squatter you need to get under the bar. Follow this plan.
Bench presses? Chin-ups? Push presses? Those are all great, but this gymnastics staple is worth mastering too. Here’s why and how to do it.
You need to be able to do multiple pull-ups with your own body weight. Not there yet? This should help.
The nervous system is powerful and mysterious. Here are some practical tips for getting charged up or chilled out.
Should you be doing the overhead squat? If so, how? Here’s what you need to know.
The best years are often the college years. If you follow a smart training program like this one, they can also be your best muscle-building years.
Know when to hold 'em and when to fold 'em. Here's how to figure out when you need to pull back before you gamble your gains away.
General physical preparedness is the key to outstanding performance. Here's how to set-up a program that sets you up for success.
Here's a fast and effective way to get on the path to success.
Forget the fancy training tools. This dirty sucker is as basic and effective as they come.
Whether you're new to lifting or a seasoned strength trainer looking to take up competition, understanding the difference is critical.
Wendler talks plyo, bands, chains, the safety squat bar, the thumbless grip, and taking accessory lifts to failure.
Here's a Westside-influenced strength-building program to make you maximally strong while using minimal toys.
Speed training or maximal training? What's the difference and why is knowing the difference important?
What you need to know about the Maximum Effort Method, Dynamic Effort Method, Repetition Method, and putting them all together.
From fat loss to strength to motivation, this iconic strength coach shares his wisdom on success, in the gym and out.
Use chains just once and actually see the results in the very same training session. Here’s how.
Can the foot-elevated split squat build legs as well as the squat? Before you answer, read this.
Some coaches are so good that their peers sing their praises. Here's what Coach Boyle thinks you should know about Dan John.
Twenty things you need to know to get stronger, train smarter, and lift for the long haul.
Muscle growth must be forced. If this cousin to German Volume Training doesn’t help you pack on size, take up jogging.
You've heard of high-frequency strength training. But what about low frequency? Cut your gym time in half and still make gains. Here's how.
Learn to apply force quickly and it'll make you stronger. That's what speed training is all about: power, explosiveness, and strength. Try this before you plateau.
What happens when an old-school training staple meets an insane high-frequency approach? Awesome things. Check it out.