Just doing the big basic exercises leaves lots of gaps in your development. Here's how to target those muscles that the basics don't touch.
This fundamental movement pattern is, well, fundamental. But try this before you jump into deadlifting.
Most of what we do today to heal minor injuries and relieve soreness is actually delaying healing and maybe even muscle growth. Info here.
Finally, a study that compares split routines with whole-body routines to show which one leads to more muscle.
Save your joints and recover faster with this bench press variation.
Not getting any stronger? Not getting any bigger? Use this method to get your gains going again.
Getting back into the gym after being injured? Here's how you need to think about personal records.
You're either one or the other. Figure out which and you'll be more likely to reach your goals.
Many exercises are known for getting people jacked and strong, but they might not be the best for YOU. Here's how to tell.
No matter what program you're currently using, apply this strategy immediately and that program will work even better.
The idea of muscle confusion is stupid, but strategic variation is different. Here's how to use it to keep the strength and muscle gains coming.
Get strong using this classic, highly efficient training method.
Master the deadlift. Here's the best advice from several top coaches and experts.
Short on time? Get stronger anyway. Here's how to do it in 21 minutes.
No workout program or weekly split is perfect for everybody of course, but this one comes pretty damn close. Take a look.
Want muscle? Use the 8-12 rep range most of the time. Here's why, and when to go extreme with low and high rep ranges.
Use this handy guide before you go all-out with your next PR attempt.
Loaded carries like farmer's walks can be tough to do when the gym is packed. Try this version instead.
Use this smart weekly progression method and keep the gains rolling.
Joints hurt? Banged up from years of lifting? Keep training but add a few of these healing techniques to your workouts.
These tactics can be adopted immediately without needing to change your current program. Get ready to grow!
Nope, not even the one you're thinking about right now. Here's why.
Maximal Recoverable Volume. Not familiar with it? Here's why it's important and how it can help you plan your next month of training.
Training one body part per day is outdated, and full-body workouts don't always cut it. Push-pull-legs is superior for any goal. Here's why.
Want to build strength, size, and athleticism with one training program? All you need is this plan.