If your bench press numbers are stuck, it's probably because you've misinterpreted the good advice of geared lifters. Here's how to get unstuck.
Even advanced lifters mess up these exercises. Fix these four common mistakes to build a bigger, stronger back. Here's how.
Some lifters avoid conditioning work because they're afraid of losing muscle... and their athleticism and waistlines suffer. Here's the fix.
Strength specialist Dave Tate talks about training, nutrition, supplements, and dumping oil on pizza in the quest to get big.
Light-weight complexes will get you ripped, but frighteningly heavy complexes will get you strong. Try these.
Sometimes the best interviews take place when you turn the recorder on and kick back while the interviewee just talks.
Let's cap off this powerful series with ten more tips to make you a better deadlifter and an all-around awesome person.
Ten more awesome tips and cues for the most proven strength-building lift on the planet.
Lift heavier. Get stupid strong. Build mountains of muscle. In this series, Tony G. drops his best tips and cues for the world's most primal lift.
When it comes to weight training, the deltoids are unique.
These aren't just physical challenges, they're diagnostic tools to help you find your weak points and demolish them. Are you ready?
To get bigger and stronger quadriceps, you have to hit them like a freight train. Use these smart tactics to focus in on them.
Build superhero legs and glutes by combining three powerful cues while squatting or deadlifting.
Do these movements before your next workout! Not only will they loosen you up quickly and make you feel awesome, they'll enhance performance.
Here's how to cut out a lot of useless reps and get straight to the ones that produce the most muscle growth.
From beginner to advanced lifter, here’s how to balance the three most important mechanisms of hypertrophy.
Heavy lifting, volume work, and constant tension. Here’s how to program them all for maximum hypertrophy.
The lifting greats knew how to get strong long before drugs and long before science came along to prove their methods. Here are their best secrets.
If cardio is causing you to lose gains, you're doing it wrong. Here's how to build your glutes, hamstrings and quads with conditioning work.
Pain makes it harder to lift and stay motivated. Not getting relief? Trigger point therapy may be your solution. Here's how to do it.
If you've only been training for a couple of years, just about anything you do in the weightroom will make you stronger. However, those of you who have been training a bit longer need to pull out the heavy artillery.
All three of these training methods are valid. Problem is, they're being misused by dumb coaches and ignorant athletes. Are you one of them?
Body fat percentage, full body workouts, somatotypes. Are your ideas about these things holding back your progress?
Stimulate the neurological/myofibril connection to accelerate strength and muscle gains. Here’s how.
Dan John wants to know if you're making progress. It seems the answer should be simple, but is it? Fortunately, the big guy offers up 3 unorthodox ways to gauge your answer. (Wait until you read about the "pencil test".)