It's time to dispel some of the media scare stories you've heard about testosterone replacement therapy.
Prepare to enter metabolic hell. This workout will take you to a dark place. Check it out.
Muscle gains? Check. Fat loss? Check. Strength gains? Check. These types of workouts can do it all. Check 'em out.
The more you ingest of either of these two fats, the more T your body produces.
Research shows that protein does more than just help with muscle growth. Check it out.
Replace regular push-ups with this version to fix S.U.C Syndrome. (That's Scrawny Upper Chest Syndrome.)
Look better in a T-shirt... or without a T-shirt. Try this exercise to target the clavicular head of the pecs.
Add this to your training and boost your upper-body strength, core strength, and even your bench press PR.
If you're only going to do one mobility drill to improve your squat, this should be it.
To fight that fat gut, what's better? More weight training or more cardio? Let's see what science says.
Brain atrophy, thyroid suppression, and decreased strength. Well, that's not good. Avoid this stuff.
Yes, everyone should deadlift, but one variation should be avoided.
The way most people do push-ups leads to acute and chronic injury to the joints and tissues. Here's how to fix it.
Most people really mess up this common pec stretch. Here's why you should avoid it and what you should replace it with.
The dumbbell overhead press: you're doing it wrong. Here's why and how to fix it.
Hammer your legs with this exercise variation that's safer and tougher than the original. Take a look.
This herb works through different mechanisms to benefit both sexes. Here's the science.
Science shows that this multi-talented compound makes you leaner, increases endurance, and builds muscle. Check it out.
This natural substance works as well as ibuprofen to stop knee pain but without the bad side effects.
Use this technique to increase your mind-muscle connection and build more muscle.
This may hurt your feelings, but it'll also solve your fat loss problem. Step away from your safe space and check it out.
Should you train a muscle group or two per day or your entire body? Here are the pros and cons of each method.
This full-body, three-days-per-week routine got The Oak started in bodybuilding. Check it out.
Ever roll around on a lacrosse ball or two tennis balls taped together? That might be hurting more than helping. Here's a better way.
Nail the under-stimulated portion of your biceps and you'll add size fast. Here's how.