Start doing 100 easy-ish reps per day of these movements and you'll look better, feel better, and perform better.
It's not what you think. Keep burning calories after your workout is done with this counterintuitive training method.
You've done tons of lateral raises, but you've never done them like this. Take a look.
Build your delts AND keep them healthy with this challenging new exercise.
A new study is finally giving us the answer. Check this out.
The science of the ripple effect, plus some controversial research on why couples either get fat or stay lean.
Four reasons to eat more of this stuff, including stronger erections and higher testosterone levels.
A breakfast that helps you lose fat while building muscle? Bring it on.
There's a smarter way to build bigger, stronger biceps. Check it out.
Here's a new move that beats the snot out of your regular triceps exercises.
Want to recruit as many chest fibers as possible? Yes, you do. Add this to the end of your next chest workout.
Yeah, it hurts, but if your legs are lagging it'll build them up fast.
This amino improves your focus, mood, energy, and even learning abilities. Here's the science.
Many athletes and bodybuilders are dropping the overhead press and replacing it with this safer alternative. Check it out.
Snack on these in the late afternoon and lose fat around your waist. Really. Check out the science.
A training strategy that has you hitting your lagging body parts for ten sessions each week. Yes, it can be done, and it works. Check out the plan.
If you want to build muscle, you have to turn on your mind-muscle connection. Here are 5 training strategies that do it.
Coconut oil went from superfood to serious concern for the American Heart Association. They say it clogs the arteries. Are they right? Here's the real story.
It's time to stop playing pretend physique competitor and get real.
Increase forearm and finger strength with rice, then hoist some heavier weights. Here's how.
Nagging shoulder pain won't suddenly go away if you keep treating it like a mobility issue. Here's the real problem and how to fix it.
We know what performance-enhancing drugs can do for your muscles, but what about your mind? A new study has some answers.
Is the standard American breakfast good for lifters who want to stay healthy? Yes, if you make it like this.
Advil, aspirin, and other common pain relievers inhibit muscle growth. Here's what to do instead.
Are you the resident d-bag in your gym? Find out here.