To get strong, listen to a strong guy’s advice. Here’s what you can learn from Dave Tate’s early experiences under the bar.
Double your muscle building by working one limb at a time? What'chu talkin' 'bout, Wilis?
New research shows that creatine helps with concussions, temperature regulation, and recovery. Check it out.
That which does not kill us makes us stronger... and faster, and bigger, and a hell of a lot tougher. Here’s how to use a pushing sled to get it all.
The pros and cons of five popular set/rep schemes. Check ‘em out.
Most lifters try to progress in strength, hypertrophy, stretching, and conditioning at the same time. Huge mistake! Here's a better way to, well, get better.
Five popular exercises that may be doing you more harm than good. Check out the list.
Powerlifting's version of Clark Kent shows you how to develop superhuman strength.
Bad Santa is back with a sleigh full of info on unilateral training, winning habits, and how to combine 5/3/1 with bodybuilding.
Being a novice is a beautiful thing if you want to add strength and muscle to your frame at a shocking rate. Here's a program that will help you do just that.
You don't spend 30 years under the bar without acquiring a few scars - and learning a few lessons.
Learn how to do the goblet squat with pulse, the anterior loaded barbell step-up, and other movements that will make you monetarily hate life.
Is your training getting stale? Here are eleven effective methods to spark new progress.
There's a term to describe the overzealous advocates of unilateral movements: small and weak. Here’s why.
A proven strength training method to help you keep making progress after the newbie phase. Check it out.
Jim Wendler answers all your questions about his proven 5/3/1 training system. Check it out.
You don't need five massive friends and a garage full of strongman equipment to push past your limits – just some heavy duty "intestinal fortitude."
Suck at pull-ups? Then it’s time to fix that. Here’s how.
Martin Rooney wants to change how you think about MMA training. Check out his insights here.
Becoming a better, stronger lifter takes years of practice, but you can speed up the process by remembering a few simple cues.
Train these often-neglected muscle groups and watch your bench, squat, press and deadlift skyrocket.
Think you're advanced? Maybe you're not. And that's a good thing. See why Starting Strength author Mark Rippetoe thinks you may be able to build 60 pounds of mass this year. Check it out.
Waterbury updates his most famous - and effective - bodybuilding program with new strategies.
Coach Henriques has trained hundreds of men and women for strength and muscle gains. Here are his best tips.
A variety of great tips from the glute guy, Bret Contreras.