From fitness celebrities to reality stars, augmented asses are everywhere. Here's how they do it and how to spot the pretenders.
For heavy lifting, drop the dumb warm-up sets and do ramp-ups instead. You'll get stronger, build more muscle and avoid injuries.
Do you turn sideways and disappear? Then you need to work on back thickness. Pull-ups alone won't do it either. Try these exercises.
Need a simple, challenging plan to build some serious mass? Try these four proven training methods. Full workout program included!
Let's cut the bullshit and get to the brass tacks. For decades, men built slabs of muscle with simple, three day-per-week training programs. They trained their whole bodies in one brief workout session and they grew big and strong. Scoff all you want, but tens of thousands of trainees can't be wrong.
Get back to bodybuilding's roots and build muscle using old-school strongmen techniques.
Olympic weight plates force everyone to deadlift 8.75 inches off the floor. Guess what? That may not fit your body type.
Change the whole look of your physique by developing a V-taper: wider shoulders, tighter waist. This workout will get you both.
Not to be confused with super sets, these smart compound sets will blow up your chest, shoulders, legs, and triceps. Take a look.
A performance-based program that'll build your legs, traps, neck, shoulders, and forearms. Yes, you'll look awesome too.
Can't feel your abs working? Maybe your glutes and hams can help. Try these five moves.
Good benchers often have rotten chest development. The problem? Barbell bench pressing. Here's how to fix it.
Lifters who still believe these myths are missing out on gains. Which lies need to die? Find out here.
High frequency training is the future of bodybuilding. But you have to be smart about it. Here’s your guide.
So you can squat 405 pounds and bench 315. Is that good? Does that make you strong? How do you compare to others? Find out if your lifts are decent, good, or great through Tim Henriques' handy little comparison chart.
Here's how to adjust your nutrition to match your training goal. It covers mass phases, fat loss phases, and maintenance phases.
Fish oil burns fat and curbs inflammation if used correctly. The problem? Many people are screwing it up. Here's how to use it to get real results.
Think you need tons of exercises? Nope. You just need to do the best lifts more frequently. Here's what they are and how to use them for size.
The rear delts are arguably the hardest muscle to isolate. Here are 4 things you can do to start feeling your delts, probably for the very first time.
Getting lean is easy. Getting shredded is the hardest thing you'll ever do. Here are the 8 differences you need to know.
This advanced program will build rapid strength and add mass to your entire body. Here's how to do it.
Build your chest. Increase power. Boost your bench press. This push-up variation does it all. Here's exactly how to do it.
Ready to get lean but not ready to count every calorie? Here are three things you can start doing today.
A smart fat-loss plan involves prioritizing nutrition, rotating between different metabolic stressors, and using lactate and alactate training methods.
This training method adds volume and builds strength, size, and endurance while getting you ripped. It's also fun. Here's how to do it.