Will cryotherapy make you recover faster, lose fat, and improve sleep? Or does it slow your muscle gains? Here's what you need to know.
For years, pediatric organizations made weight lifting seem like it was as bad for kids as eating Tide Pods. Here's the real scoop.
Coach Carter tackles tricep growth, dietary restraint, and how to tell if you're ready to compete in bodybuilding. Check it out.
More than a good metcon workout, sprints performed like this can pack muscle onto your quads. Here's how.
The bench press isn't a one-size-fits-all lift. You need to tailor it to your skeleton. Here are five ways to do it.
You've heard the warnings. Here's the full story.
Build some real beef back there. Here's how.
Shrugs are good, but this exercise is better for all-around trap hypertrophy.
Testosterone injection strategies, beating cravings, the best exercises, calf training, and the steroid controversy.
How important is it for a trainer to know if an athlete or client is using extra assistance? Read this.
Having a strong neck is a big part of being yoked. Try these exercises, no specialty machine required.
A good deal of what you know, or think you know, about the deadlift is wrong. See how your beliefs stack up to reality.
Squats causing lower back pain? Here's why your toes might be the problem and what to do about it.
You've heard these things before. You've probably repeated them. Well, stop it. They're oversimplified and sometimes flat-out false.
Glutes get all the attention. A big butt is nice, but it needs to be balanced, both aesthetically and functionally, with strong quads.
Coaches and steroid users, the best trap exercises, Russian vs. American kettlebell swings, and box jumps for conditioning.
This program will build your traps, rear delts, and neck, but also your other yoke muscles.
Some lifters choose to train in the morning while others opt for evening workouts. Who's got the edge in strength and hypertrophy?
Avoid this stretch if you're a lifter, and use two other methods to take the stress off.
Pro bodybuilders depend on this much-maligned movement. Here's how to do it right and program it correctly.
It's not just for athletes. Here's why and how to do it.
Self-myofascial release with a roller or lacrosse ball sure feels like it's working, but it may be causing permanent damage. Info here.
In this installment: No-BS warm-ups. How to keep muscle when dieting. How to train back with a bad back.
More work, less time. These circuits will get you shredded.
It'll make you look like a ninja warrior and it's just plain fun. Master this bodyweight exercise.