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Tip: Avoid This Major Training Mistake

Want to get bigger and stronger? Then you're going to have to remove this bad habit from your life. Check it out.

5 Primer Exercises to Boost Your Big Lifts

Do these exercises before you squat, bench, or deadlift and you'll not only lift more weight, your movements will be smooth, sexy, and pain free.

10 Things Every Lifter Should Be Able to Do

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.

The Holy Grail of Sports Training: EMOM Sets

EMOM sets are magical. They train the body to fire motor units faster, more explosively, and more powerfully. They even improve technique. Here's how to do them.

How I Added 100 Pounds to My Deadlift in 2 Weeks

Just by changing how his training was laid out over the week, the author was able to hit new PRs and reach a whole new level of muscularity. Here's how you can too.

Lower Slower, Gain Faster

Eccentric training provides better mechanics, more muscle, and better sports performance. Here's how to fit it into your workouts.

How to Build a Monster Grip

Use these exercises to strengthen your grip, crush rocks, and punch through walls. Or, you know, just lift heavy stuff while keeping your hands healthy.

The Best Squat You're Not Doing

This type of squat improves your form, saves your joints, and makes a great addition to your regular squatting.

7 Tri-Sets For Mass

Blast your abs, shoulders, arms, chest, and back – even if the gym is packed and you're short on time. Here's how.

Turn Rest Days Into Growth Days

You're thinking about off days all wrong. And that wrong thinking is the reason you're dissatisfied with your progress in the gym. Here's how to get growing again.

5 Form Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making

Pulldowns, overhead presses, bench presses, pull-ups, rows. Your form sucks on all of them. Really. Here's where you're messing up.

The 5 Best Warm-Ups for Big Lifts

Prime your body to lift heavier, lift harder, and do it all safely. Here's how strong lifters get it done.

The 100-Day Squat Challenge

A scientist decides to squat heavy for 100 days in a row to see what happens. What he discovered will change your ideas about training.

5 Critical Exercises for Athletes

Muscle imbalances are weaknesses. Weaknesses cause injuries. Injuries suck. Fix the problem. Here's how.

The Truth About Direct Arm Training

Many functional training zealots will tell you there's no need to train the biceps and triceps directly. Here's why they're wrong... and kinda puny.

4 Myths Many Lifters Actually Believe

The practices some lifters still swear by are dumb and counterproductive. Got someone telling you to do these? Don't. Already doing them? Stop.

Squat Mechanics: A Deep Analysis

It's time to finally fix your squat. Here's an in-depth look at squat mechanics from the author of Starting Strength.

Bad Back, Big Muscles

Nagging back pain is no excuse to get fat and weak. Here's how to keep training hard while your back heals up.

The Cure for Weak Glutes

Can you pass these tests of glute activation and strength? If not, we'll show you how to get those babies firing.

5/3/1 for Hardgainers

This specialized 5/3/1 template will put size on the most stubborn hardgainer. Just add food and effort.

Fine-Tuning the Clean

You don't have to be a competitive Olympic lifter to benefit from the clean. Build power and explosiveness with one lift. Here's how.

Deconstructing the Deadlift

There's more to proper deadlifting than "grip it and rip it." You're about to get your PhD in pulling.

The 4 Paths To Strength

There's more than one way to build nasty strength, but you always have to be smart about max effort training and exercise variety. Here's your guide.

6 Lifting Strategies That Always Work

Cut through all the complex weight lifting theory with these proven strategies for building strength and muscle.

The 7 New Rules of Lifting

Stop burning out, being weak, and wasting time. Follow these proven training principles and keep the progress coming.