Maximize your training program by keeping a few simple rules in mind. Check 'em out.
Can't feel your lats working? Can't get them to grow? This exercise will fix both of those problems, fast! Check it out.
Wild predators eat these juicy bits first, and so should you. Well, at least occasionally. Here's why.
Shoulders feeling stiff and cranky? Ditch the foam roller, grab a med ball, and do these drills.
Cheat meals have their place, but not if you're already too fat. It's time for a reality check. Read this... or just run to your safe space and stay fat.
Small calves? Stop blaming genetics and use this shock-training method.
Do you do them twice a week? Once a week? Here's how to figure out what's best for you.
Disregard the quick-fix advice that most women's magazines are pedaling these days. Zero in on the big habitual blunders.
Hey meathead, if you're not accustomed to raising your heart rate, get started with one of these options.
Thinking about a juice cleanse? Don't. And send this to that one girl who follows all the dumb celebrity diets.
Keep these 15 things in mind and you'll have a long lifting career.
Perceived helplessness will keep you out of shape. Here's why.
Don't try to isolate every little muscle. Prioritize big compound lifts, especially if you're natural. Here's why.
Get this part right and you'll maximize hamstring hypertrophy. Here's what you need to know.
How long do your lifting workouts last? Don't answer. It doesn't matter much. Here's why.
Actually, your partner punches the bar while you hold an isometric. Here's how that works and how to do it.
Sure, you can train more often than that, but here's why you'll make better progress limiting the tough workouts to four a week.
No dip stand? Or do regular dips just hurt your shoulders? This band variation is the solution to both problems.
Lower reps or higher reps? It depends on the fiber dominance of the muscle in question. Check out this handy guide.
We bet you haven't tried these unique exercises. Add a few to the end of your workouts to cure PFS – Puny Forearm Syndrome.
This unique exercise hits both heads of the biceps and challenges your arms in a whole new way. Check it out.
Build and strengthen your hammies with the braced variation of this exercise. Here's how.
All you need is a lacrosse ball and the ability to tolerate pain. Here's how to do it.
Looks crazy, but it's used by strength athletes to train the squat and bulletproof the core. Here's how to do it.
A mild deficiency can make it harder for you to stay lean. Here's where to get it and how much you need.