I love lifting heavy, but you need a lot more than that to develop the muscular hypertrophy of a bodybuilder.
If your idea of conditioning is doing some treadmill "work," then try these high-octane fat-burning finishers.
Perform better with corrective work focusing on the five basic human movements, tonic and phasic muscles, and regressions.
Here's how to use demanding 20-minute workouts to build a strong, powerful body... or die trying.
Master this little trick and even the most intense abdominal exercises will suddenly become way more effective.
A funny thing happens when you try to better yourself: other people try to stop you. Here’s why and how to deal with them.
Shoulder pressing versus benching, avoiding injuries, the right grip to use, and why you should never miss a rep.
Powerlifters have to bench, squat, and deadlift. But what if you just want to impress the ladies when your clothes come off?
Here's how sprinting can make you stronger, leaner, and more muscular.
A CrossFit athlete severs his spine during a competition. Freak accident or something that could have been prevented?
Combine minimal equipment and tons of groundwork for brutally effective fat-loss exercise combinations. Here’s how.
Grinders win, greatness is planned, and your attitude determines everything. Works in the NFL and it'll work for you.
Gain 10 pounds of muscle by doing just one full body exercise? It can work, if you've got the guts to try it.
Stimulate muscle growth by activating mTOR, which is the master enzyme responsible for muscle protein synthesis.
Study shows fasted training halts muscle gains, even when using BCAA.
Trigger muscle growth with challenging variations of the chin-up, push-up, dip, and more!
Front squatting with a clean grip takes a lot of flexibility and using a cross-grip is dangerous. Here's the solution.
Body fat percentage, full body workouts, somatotypes. Are your ideas about these things holding back your progress?
While intermittent fasting has some benefits, it can easily lead to muscle loss, fat gain, and even disordered eating. Here’s what gurus won’t tell you.
To reach your training goals, you first have to identify the "kingpins" that are holding you back, then remove them.
Shake up your training with Tabata for biceps, eccentric roll-outs for abs, and speed push-ups.
Does manipulating your hormone levels through exercise actually lead to more muscle? Or is that Broscience 101?
Warning: There will be blood. This technique will rapidly add mass your biceps, chest, back, delts, and legs.
I spent a ton of time developing this program and believe it stands as my best work, ever.
A “paleo” foundation plus some starchy foods and workout nutrition. Is this the most effective approach a lifter can follow?