Some of the strongest lifters on the planet start their workouts with an empty bar. Here's why you should too.
Build strength. Develop stamina. Display power. Sound good? See if you can survive these tough tests and workouts.
This warm-up drill will make your hips and joints feel awesome and it'll prepare your muscles for the big lifts to come.
Christian Thibaudeau used to make fun of CrossFit athletes, but since he began coaching them, they've taught him a few valuable things... along with earning his respect.
Women have whispered about it for years and now science has confirmed its existence. This is fascinating.
Are you the resident d-bag in your gym? Find out here.
Here are five habits of highly effective lifters that you should adopt. Or just keep sucking. It's up to you.
Yes, just one set. One excruciating set that'll make your eyeballs pop out. Here's how to do it.
CrossFit hurts a lot of people, and the goal of exercise is to make you better, not worse. There's a simple fix, though.
The best foods for losing fat are the ones that fill you up the most and keep hunger at bay. Here's the list.
Stop exercise-induced drops in T with a tiny dose of this vitamin.
Enjoy pain? Increasing metabolic stress is the single most overlooked aspect of training for size. Try these torturous techniques.
It's surprising how many people miss this step because they get caught up in the details. Let's set things straight.
Use this technique to increase your mind-muscle connection and build more muscle.
To fight that fat gut, what's better? More weight training or more cardio? Let's see what science says.
Try this natural testosterone booster that doesn't negatively affect the prostate.
What's the biggest diet or nutrition mistake lifters make? We asked doctors, coaches, bodybuilders, and fitness pros. Check out their surprising answers.
Steady state cardio will stall your fat loss. Reclaim your metabolism and get leaner by burying your inner cardio-queen.
Improve your form, build more strength, and hit your pecs harder with this simple adjustment.
Muscle imbalances are weaknesses. Weaknesses cause injuries. Injuries suck. Fix the problem. Here's how.
It's kinda odd, maybe even politically incorrect, but science says it works. Check it out.
How much protein does the lifter or athlete need? Well, a lot more than most RDA quoting nutritionists will tell you. Here are the facts.
There are five types of people out there who will ruin your progress in the gym. Here they are, plus five great people you need in your crew.
No pull-up bar? No problem. Try this.
Your need to inspire others is lame, ego-driven, and delusional. Here's why, snowflake.