You've probably never eaten wasabi, even if you think you have. That's too bad, because the real stuff might extend your life. Here’s how.
At first glance, it might seem that the title of this article is a double entendre (you know, like "Kid Rock Rules!"). I assure you, it's not. My linguistic reference of choice is not a music-challenged snowboarder but the <i>Oxford English Dictionary,</i> or for all you acronym lovers: OED.
What do you get when you ask some of the world's top strength coaches and nutrition gurus to share their most powerful tips for dramatic physique changes? You get one hell of an article series!
Ladders and wave loading are both great ways to build size and strength, but combine them and you get something magical.
Here's a basic, balls-out program that works around the busy guy’s life.
Obsessed endurance athletes like triathloners need to pick up some heavy weights if they want to stay strong and injury-free. Here's how.
Whether you're new to lifting or a seasoned strength trainer looking to take up competition, understanding the difference is critical.
Shake up your training with Tabata for biceps, eccentric roll-outs for abs, and speed push-ups.
You like to look good naked. Your training revolves around aesthetics. You're a bodybuilder.
Here's how to lose fat while staying super strong.
Skinny? Interested in packing on muscle mass and having the strength to back it up? This program is for you.
From warm-ups and running to box squats and grip work, here’s the athlete’s guide to get bigger and stronger.
The godfather of powerlifting talks about Max Effort, Dynamic Effort, explosiveness, box squats, and more!
The stretch-shortening cycle can be your best friend or your biggest enemy. Here’s what you need to know.
Cressey's 2008 lessons-learned include how to stay lean without really trying, loving the goniometer, how alcohol kills soft tissue quality, and lots more.
Cressey's 2009 lessons-learned include the perfect sleep schedule, why shoes suck, and why you may want to stay away from hyper-mobile chicks.
Cressey doesn't miss anything. Stuff he didn't miss in 2010 includes the myth of symmetry, zones of convergence, the complete overuse of barefoot training, and the dangers of zits.
An Interview with Diet Guru Chris Janusz
Movements that "Trick" the Nervous System
Most people who use the word “overtraining” have no clue what it really means. Are you one of them? Here's everything you need to know.
If you don't already have Ian King's 'Get Buffed!' book, you've probably heard about it. It's definitely one of best-received books about weight training on the market.
Glutes are all the rage on social media. But do the exercises we see actually work, or are they just part of the spectacle? Here's a breakdown.
Newbies and bad personal trainers love them. Experienced lifters and most coaches hate them. Here are the actual facts.
Science reveals some surprising tips on how to train the deltoids and create "3D" shoulders. Check them out.
If you don't take care of workout supplementation, you might as well not train. Here's how to get it right.