Ever roll around on a lacrosse ball or two tennis balls taped together? That might be hurting more than helping. Here's a better way.
Use constant tension even when the load is light. You'll train your body to handle heavier weight and build muscle in the process. Here's how.
If you could only start by doing one thing, training first or dieting first, which would be best for long-term leanness? Answer here.
How important is it for a trainer to know if an athlete or client is using extra assistance? Read this.
Balance these just right during the week and you'll make faster progress. Here's how.
We've all fallen for these myths, and that's not a bad thing as long as we wise up as we gain more experience.
Got a lagging or weak muscle group? Hit it first in the workout for better results. Here's the science that backs it up.
Correct strength imbalances and bring up your weak points by using this counterintuitive training method. Check it out.
Never drop the ball again... or the barbell. Here's a new way to build a crushing grip.
Here's what to do before, during, and after squats to activate, strengthen, and grow your glutes.
The maximus gets all the attention, but don't forget the gluteus minimus and medius. Here's what to do.
No, the big compound lifts aren't enough for real core strength. Here's why.
This full-body, three-days-per-week routine got The Oak started in bodybuilding. Check it out.
Lifting until you can't do another rep can build muscle, but only if you plan it wisely. Here are the details you need to know.
How do you get that coveted serratus muscle to show up? First, don't be fat. Second, do this unique exercise.
For better gains, hit a muscle hard and heavy one day, then again the next day with lighter pump work. Here's why that works.
The stir-the-pot exercise will strengthen your core like nothing else. Here's how to do it.
The key to bigger arms? Hit the little muscle between the biceps and triceps first in your workout. Here's the best way to do it.
Find the type of training that fits your neurological and psychological profile and you'll succeed. Here's how.
Speed work and band resistance are used by top powerlifters for the big three lifts. But they can also be used to improve your pull-ups. Here's how.
Get out of your comfort zone. Literally. Here's why you need to train outside and a few fun ways to do it.
Stop training one body part a day. Hit every muscle more frequently and build them with this training split.
Isolation work has its place, but most of your workout program should revolve around these 6 major movement patterns.
You'll be surprised at how top strongmen competitors actually train. And if you want to get strong, you'll take a few notes. Check this out.
Pairing this body part with leg training will make it grow bigger and stronger in a short amount of time.