Use this simple math formula to find your perfect bench press grip, prevent injuries, and lift a lot more weight.
How to get big, strong, and lean using training methods inspired by manual labor and the Russian concept of strength-skill.
A "knee" article that covers box squats, American deadlifts, stretching too much, and avoiding mobility drills.
No machines, no problem! This free-weights only program will build size and strength better than machines anyway.
Lifters who want to build muscular size get overly fixated on lifting heavy. There are better, faster ways to get bigger.
Don't freak out, but not everyone is built for barbell back squats. Luckily, there are plenty of hardcore alternatives.
These popular conditioning exercises can damage tendons, ligaments, and joints. Here are the worst offenders, plus some safer alternatives.
Besides eating like animals, hardgainers need to train differently to pack muscle onto their scrawny frames. Here's how.
Don't believe the hype! Have you fallen for one of these dietary acts of idiocy?
It's time for a new training split, one that better fits your goals and your schedule. Choose one of these 8 proven splits and get to work.
If you avoid weighted pull-ups, you're also avoiding bigger lats, better arms, a stronger core, and a truly functional body.
It's time to stop screwing around in the gym and instead build some jaw-dropping strength and power. Here's how.
How does weed affect your fat loss and muscle building goals? Let's dig into the science and find out.
Time to make some real gains. If your goal is to build muscle, then follow the road already paved by big, muscular lifters.
No fluff, no BS. Here's what really works in the gym when it comes to packing on muscle.
If women understand their hormone cycles, they can plan their workouts to get stronger and lose more fat. Here's how.
The four most joint-destroying types of cardio, plus four safer alternatives that burn fat faster.
Need a simple, challenging plan to build some serious mass? Try these four proven training methods. Full workout program included!
Are you working out to get sore or are you training to get bigger, stronger and leaner? There is a difference.
Casual lifters won't get this, but you have to be a little bit crazy to get super strong. Here are ten "insane" things you need to do to get there.
Most people never maximize their genetic gifts when it comes to building muscle and strength. These six methods will change that.
Let's improve the fields of fitness and strength training. How? By calling out these five types of jackwagons.
Burn fat, improve strength, increase conditioning, and build beautiful muscle in only a few hard minutes a day.
Heavy barbell training is the best way to build strength. And everything about sports performance gets better when you're stronger.
Sure, women should lift weights and avoid excess cardio, just like men. But there are some differences when it comes to training, programming, and injury prevention.