If your main goal is to build muscle, stop training with your ego. Try this instead.
Crank up the reps and the training frequency to add some size to your stubborn calves. Bonus: You can do this anywhere, every day.
Once you're past the newbie stage, try this barbell curling strategy to trigger new arm hypertrophy.
A lot of times, your deadlift stalls out because you lack isometric strength in your lats. Let's fix that... and build some new mass too.
Use this simple technique to build bigger, stronger hams.
Some say free weights are best. Some say machines are best. They're both being narrow-minded. Here's the real science.
Research figures out what's been missing from your ab workouts. Here's how to make those shy buggers push through and show themselves.
Set your calves on fire with this athletic exercise.
Hammer your hamstrings without all the joint stress and CNS fatigue. Here's how.
Coach Lee Boyce blew out both knees. The unconventional rules he used to bring himself back can help anyone with a musculoskeletal injury.
This exercise, combined with a special training technique, will blow up even the most stubborn triceps. Take a look.
When it comes to building hamstrings, your rep range matters. Here's what to do.
Drop the genetics excuse, Mr. Thermometer Calves. Train them first every time you hit the gym using these exercises and special techniques.
Do their physiques say something about their training styles, or is there something else going on? Here's the real story.
Ramp up the tension and slap some new muscle onto your legs with this little trick.
Bands, chains, boxes, agility drills. They have their place, but there's some really bad info out there. Here's what you need to know.
You've seen this lift in strongman competitions. Here's how to do it in a regular gym and smash those delts.
Short on time? Don't rest less between sets or you'll interfere with your gains. Try this instead.
Maybe you're pretty strong. Great. But that just increases the odds that you can't do these easy movements that would allow you to get even stronger.
Here's a fantastic way to get your body ready to lift. And it'll only take about a minute.
What's best? Longer, less frequent workouts or shorter, more frequent workouts? Here's what the research says.
Grab a pen and a piece of paper and do this. It'll help you trim the fluff off your workout plan and get focused on the movements that matter.
If you're getting older, and we sure hope you are, you'll need to tweak how you train to keep the gains coming. Here's what to do.
Been lifting hard for years? Add these joint and spine-friendly movements to your program and keep making gains.
Suck at deadlifting? If it's a leverage or arm-length issue, here's a tip that'll help you yank big numbers off the floor anyway.