Prevent injuries and build complete lower-body strength with these moves.
Really, it's embarrassing. But there is a less creepy way of striking up a conversation.
Here's how to use cluster training to strengthen your deadlift and add pounds of new muscle to your physique.
If you're only doing squats, deads, and lunges for hip and glute strength, you're leaving gains on the table. Try these.
Trigger muscle growth 3 different ways with this effective (but painful) loading method.
The 21s method is a proven muscle builder. Here's how to make it even better.
New research on this so-called non-essential amino acid shows that it not only fixes up joints, but it extends your lifespan too.
Manage fatigue and blast new personal records with 7/5/3 wave loading. Here's how.
While there's really no bad time to take it, there is a best time. Check out this new research.
Science says that females want to see something when you take your clothes off, or rather, the lack of something.
Use the classic 21's method, normally reserved for biceps, to finally add some size to your delts. Here's how.
They say it'll help you lose fat, digest better, detoxify, and live longer. But what does science say?
Use this smart training method to increase tension for size and strength gains.
It won't get you high, but it might be just what the hardcore lifter needs.
This is not for beginners. But if you're past that stage, this variation will crush your chest, shoulders, and triceps... in a good way.
Want to get a friend or loved one into the gym? Well, you're probably going about it the wrong way. Here's how to get them hooked.
Think you've tried everything? Nope. Check out this chest-building exercise.
Great ab exercise, but most people do it wrong. Here's how to fix it and get better results.
This pivot press is clever. And tough. Very tough. Take a look.
Here's how to use the 10-1 method to build a barn-door back.
...to get them as excited about the gym as you are.
Build more upper-body strength and size with this brutally tough training method.
Can you do three measly reps using this training method? Maybe. Give it a shot.
Can you gain muscle from ingesting plant proteins like pea or wheat? A new study weighs in with a surprising answer.
These classic upper-body exercises are making a comeback. Here's a quick refresher on both of them.