Using simple formulas, Romaniello has come up with the clearest definition of “looking awesome” yet. You have to check this out to see where you stand!
The best exercises for building a big, strong back and the best way to perform them. Check it out.
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How to lose the flab while maintaining all your hard-earned muscle and strength.
Dr. John Berardi test-drove several different fasting protocols. The results are surprising.
Which one is best for you? You may be surprised.
Stop neglecting upper back work, lunge better, and get mobile. It’s time to ramp up your training.
The nervous system is powerful and mysterious. Here are some practical tips for getting charged up or chilled out.
The 30-Rep Method, 5 Minutes of Hell, the boxer drill, and more scientific but outside-the-box thinking from one of weightlifting's revolutionaries.
How to build a bigger gas tank to power through your most demanding training.
Should you be doing the overhead squat? If so, how? Here’s what you need to know.
The best years are often the college years. If you follow a smart training program like this one, they can also be your best muscle-building years.
Timed sets are a simple, effective, and extremely painful way to build work capacity and serious muscle, fast.
Know when to hold 'em and when to fold 'em. Here's how to figure out when you need to pull back before you gamble your gains away.
General physical preparedness is the key to outstanding performance. Here's how to set-up a program that sets you up for success.
Training slumps are inevitable. But there’s a reason they happen. Here’s what’s causing yours, and what to do about it.
Injuries are as much a part of the iron game as plates, dumbbells, and chalk. Here’s what to do when it happens.
Designing your own diet to get you healthy and lean is as easy as counting from one to eight. Here’s how.
There's more to squatting than just getting under a heavy bar and popping a couple of blood vessels in your eye. Here are a few little-known variations of the king of lifts.
Here's a fast and effective way to get on the path to success.
Forget the fancy training tools. This dirty sucker is as basic and effective as they come.
Don't read this unless you want to get bummed out about how you've been training the wrong grips, rep ranges, and exercises for your biceps, your back, and your entire lower body.
Whether you're new to lifting or a seasoned strength trainer looking to take up competition, understanding the difference is critical.
John Meadows’ style of training is typically used by only very advanced lifters. Here’s how to make it work for you if you’re a mere mortal.
Wendler talks plyo, bands, chains, the safety squat bar, the thumbless grip, and taking accessory lifts to failure.