If you're not a powerlifter, should you be testing your bench press 1RM often? Here's the answer.
For complete strength and injury prevention, you need more than squats, deadlifts, and lunges. Add a few of these isolation exercises to your plan.
Bands are great tools for adding accommodating resistance, but do they work for one-arm rows? Sorta. Info here.
Push and pull without moving a weight. Sounds odd but it works if you're wanting to get stronger or instantly perform better. Here's how.
Yes, it looks kinda cool, but you probably don't need it. Do this instead.
Isolate the pecs, then slam them with eccentric tension. Try this.
The answer isn't always to eat more and lift heavier. Here are three things a lot of lifters don't think about.
This chest-building drop set involves an angle change instead of a standard weight drop. Take a look.
In his new column, Coach Carter tackles glute building for dudes, deadlift frequency, lat work for big guys, and benching for non-powerlifters.
Is elbow pain interfering with your arm training? Try this.
Want to build your upper body? Move heavy dumbbells slowly. Try this complex.
Add this to the end of your next leg day to blow up your quadriceps. Warning: It's gonna hurt.
Still doing 3 sets of 10? Time to ramp it up and trigger some new growth. Here's how.
Want bigger quads? Set your ego aside and squat like this.
These training and diet strategies will serve as a personal reboot and have you in a whole different place, physique-wise, one year from now.
If you want to do enough volume for muscle growth, but only have a short amount of time to train, organize your training split like this.
It's not a warm-up set, and it's not a work set either. It's that all-important set in between. Here's how to do it.
Build your quads. Challenge your lungs. Test your sanity. Try this!
But what type is best? HIIT or LISS? Here's what you need to know.
Kroc rows, the misuse of bands, and the row-double-what-you-bench rule. None of those hold up to logic. Here's what to do instead.
Combine these two effective lateral raise variations and be ready to go up a T-shirt size.
Here's a great way to smash your biceps. And you've probably never tried it.
Ramp up your triceps workout with this new drop set variation.
Blow up your lats, rhomboids, rear delts, and traps with his new twist on a classic intensity technique.
It depends. Here's what you need to know.