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5 Realistic Tests of Strength

How much weight should you be able to lift? How many reps should you be able to do? Here are some guidelines for natural, non-mutant lifters.

5 Pull-up Challenges

You can't consider yourself a ballsy lifter if you're terrible at pull-ups. Here are five tests to see how you measure up.

5 New Strategies for Fat Loss

Here are five training and diet tips to help you lose the fat, keep the muscle, and make some jaws drop.

5 Mistakes That Wreck Body Composition

Don't make these stupid (but common) mistakes when you're dieting for fat loss or trying to build as much muscle as possible.

5 Lies About Lifting Weights

You hear these silly things every day, even from coaches and trainers. Here's where they're getting it wrong.

5 Grip & Forearm Exercises That Actually Work

Build a crushing grip and add a new slab of muscle to your forearms. Here are 5 exercises you've never seen before to help you do it.

5 Form Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making

Pulldowns, overhead presses, bench presses, pull-ups, rows. Your form sucks on all of them. Really. Here's where you're messing up.

5 Fitness Terms That Need to Die

Fitness pros have bastardized some simple concepts, either in an attempt to show off or because they're ignorant. It ends here.

5 Damn Good Reasons to do Bodyweight Training

If you resist doing bodyweight exercises, it's probably because you're terrible at them. Here's how to identify and wipe out your weaknesses.

5 Critical Exercises for Athletes

Muscle imbalances are weaknesses. Weaknesses cause injuries. Injuries suck. Fix the problem. Here's how.

5 Bodybuilding Lies You Probably Believe

Have you fallen for one of these myths? The surprising truth about free weights, leg training, chest exercises and more.

5 Best Loading Schemes for Size & Strength

Want size? Want strength? How about both? Find the right loading scheme for your goal here.

5 Back Training Myths You Probably Believe

You probably think a few of these myths are true... and that's hindering your back growth. Let's set the record straight.

4 Ways to Get Strong on Everything

You don't need to train every movement to build overall strength. Just work on these four things to automatically improve every big lift.

4 Ways to Burn Fat That Beat HIIT

How to use Supramaximal Interval Training (SMIT) to torch fat, improve fitness, and increase athletic performance.

4 Things You Don't Know About TRT

Testosterone replacement therapy is getting more common, but there's still a lot of ignorance out there. Let's smash it.

4 Things to Do AFTER Lifting to Boost Gains

After training you have a 5-15 minute window of opportunity to greatly accelerate recovery and overall progress. Here's exactly what to do.

4 Tests Every Lifter Should Be Able to Pass

You should be able to pass these tests before you hit the bench, squat, do direct arm work, or add more ab exercises. Can you?

4 Reasons You Suck at Building Mass

If you're small and weak, this is either going hurt your feelings or help you get bigger and stronger. Your choice. Check it out.

4 Reasons Women Must Deadlift

Deadlifts are great for women too. Not only do they make women lean and strong, they also correct posture issues common to females.

4 Reasons to Do the Touch-and-Go Deadlift

Boneheads call it cheating, but this deadlift variation gives you a stronger and more useful body. Here's why and how to do it.

4 Quick Fixes That Actually Work

Fix your ugly squat, improve ankle mobility, loosen tight hip flexors, and make your shoulders feel awesome. Here's how.

4 Politically Correct Fitness Lies

Let's cut the crap and talk about how touchy-feely fitness advice actually works the opposite of how people expect. Consider this your trigger warning.

4 Myths Many Lifters Actually Believe

The practices some lifters still swear by are dumb and counterproductive. Got someone telling you to do these? Don't. Already doing them? Stop.

4 Myths About Female Glute Training

There's a right way and a wrong way to build your butt. Here's how to develop the perfect glute-ham tie-in.