Whenever you can make a workout more time-efficient, you're stacking the odds heavily in your favor. Not only do you complete your training in less time, but you've also got more time to recover before the next onslaught!
You've no business searching for the latest gimmicky exercise if you're butchering basics like seated rows and push-ups.
Here are the exercises that give you the most bang for your buck.
Are you a computer guy? If so then your posture probably sucks. Here’s how to fix it.
Got bad posture because you have to slave away in front of the computer all day? Here’s how to fix it.
It's one of the best lower-body exercises in existence, but there are many ways to do it. Have you tried them all?
Challenge yourself, crush boredom, and build a capable upper body with these butt-kicking variations.
How to get stronger and balance out your monotonous diet of squats and deadlifts with single-leg movements.
Masochistic new variations of the chin-up and row to smash your plateaus and build a brick-wall back.
Follow these 10 simple rules and never miss another workout from an aching back, a bum shoulder, or a gimpy knee.
Train hard. Eat right. But what else? It's those little things that can add up to major progress. Here's what our experts are doing.
Kettlebells, chains, sleds, stability balls, and foam rollers fill the gym. Should you use them? Yes. But not like a jackass.
How to build your lats and upper back without wrecking your lower back in the process.
If you're eating nothing but chicken and broccoli all week, read this. Your muscles and your sanity will thank you.
Mike Robertson wants to remind you to do some of the great stuff you used to, but may have forgotten about.
If your friends and family don't understand why you spend all that time in the gym, send them this.
Coach Staley provides his best tips that have made the greatest impact on how he thinks and trains. Check it out.
The whole point of this article is for me to discuss the top ten things I've learned about training.
To make progress, look to the past. Here are the best training and lifestyle lessons from legendary bodybuilders, strongmen, and coaches.
The Blind Leading the Blind
Women get curves by building muscle. They show those curves by losing body fat. Why then are they doing everything to make both those things so damn hard?
Here are the most common mistakes and how to fix them for long-term leanness and health.
New squat and deadlift techniques, plus killer core exercises and even a couple of forearm movements.
They're rude, creepy, and sometimes just plain obnoxious. The question is, are you one of them?