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Tip: Use This Simple Trick to Cook Eggs

An easy way to keep a great protein source handy. Check out this kitchen hack.

Tip: Stop Making That Face

Psyching yourself up to lift can wreck your CNS and increase cortisol. Here's why.

Tip: Build Muscle With "Death By" Sets

Got two minutes, a high pain tolerance, and the desire to build muscle? Then this training method is for you.

Tip: Make Gains With Active Recovery

Clear systemic waste by using the active muscle pump method. It's simple and even relaxing. Check it out.

Tip: Use Contrast Training for Faster Results

Contrast promotes recovery. Here's how to arrange your workouts to take advantage of it for size and strength.

Tip: Pull Before You Push and Pull More Often

You need more than a 1:1 ratio of pushing and pulling exercises. Here's why, plus some smart strategies to keep you balanced.

Tip: Do Band Pull-Aparts

Here are three ways to do this exercise that'll build your back, make your shoulders feel good, and even boost your bench press.

Tip: Do Crunches, But Follow This Rule

Many experts consider the crunch unsafe, but it can still be a good ab exercise if you follow a simple rule. Check it out.

Tip: Train Pull-Ups Like a Powerlifter

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.

Tip: Train Your Weaknesses First

Got a lagging or weak muscle group? Hit it first in the workout for better results. Here's the science that backs it up.

Tip: Do the Ab Wheel Rollout

This old-school exercise hammers the abs in ways that other abdominal exercises can't. Here's the key to making it work for you.

Tip: Use Isometric Holds to Master Pull-Ups

You should be able to do pull-ups with as much weight (including bodyweight) as you can bench press. If not, this will help.

Tip: Be Inefficient to Lose Fat

The more efficient you are at an exercise, the less fat you'll burn. Here's why, plus a better way.

Tip: Stop Being Narrow-Minded About Programs

Seven things about ALL training programs you need to know. Check 'em out.

Tip: For Bigger Triceps, Do Heavy Lockouts

For thick, strong triceps, you need to hit the lateral head. Here's the best way to do it.

Tip: Use the Thumbless Bench Press

This type of grip eliminates shoulder and triceps pain in heavy benchers. And yes, it's safe if you're not an idiot. Here's how to do it.

Tip: Do Suspended Flyes for Bigger Pecs

Ditch the barbell for a while and build your chest using the perfect mechanical position. Check it out.

Tip: Use Continuous Tension for Muscle Gains

Bodybuilders have done it for decades and now science backs it up. Here's how you can use this method for new gains.

Tip: Drop the Garbage Sets and Train Smarter

Is half your workout worthless? Here's how to spot the garbage, plus a better training plan for muscle gains.

Tip: Be Willing to Train Around Injuries

View injuries as bumps on the road to success, not dead-ends. Here's how one of the strongest guys on planet deals with setbacks.

Tip: Train the Brachialis First

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.

Tip: Raise Your Elbows at the End of a Curl

To get bigger biceps, you have to train all three functions of the muscle. This is the forgotten function. Here's how to do it.

Tip: Love the Process. Screw the Scale.

When fat loss is the main goal, the scale becomes the main tool for judging progress. Here's how that can backfire.

Tip: Increase Your Training Intensity Two Ways

Put on your gym-face. Add these two intensity-extending techniques into your program.

Tip: Guys, Stop Using Mommy Diets

You're not a sedentary woman. Stop using diets made for them. Read this and man up.