Most guys can't sweep the room without using wrist straps to grab onto the broom. Here's how to fix that sad, sad, problem.
Break up the scar tissue that reduces flexibility, contractibility, and blood flow using a roller and a lacrosse ball. Here's how.
Drop tubs of lard off your waistline while maintaining or even gaining lean mass with weight training circuits.
Your pull is only as strong as your weakest link, and for many, it's not the lower back that's holding you back.
How to build a bigger gas tank to power through your most demanding training.
Christian serves up 3 innovative methods for taking your gains to new heights - one for biceps, one for arms in general, and a Bizarro World method that involves doing the opposite of everything you now do.
Looks hardcore, but if you're not a competitive equipped powerlifter, you don't need them. Here's why.
Unless you're a competitive powerlifter, traditional deadlifts are overrated, especially for athletes. Here's why.
To build muscle or strength, your training must match your genetic neurological profile. Here's how Type 1 should train.
Disable your strength limits and unleash your true power potential by learning this forgotten old school ass kicker.
You probably never thought about it, but most people can't produce as much force using two bilateral limbs to perform an exercise as they can if they perform the exercise with each limb individually and then add together the force of each side. It's called the bilateral deficit and you should take advantage of it to pack on some muscle.
There's a term to describe the overzealous advocates of unilateral movements: small and weak. Here’s why.
An interview with champion powerlifter Mike Miller
Trap bars are great for deadlifts and shrugs, but there are plenty of awesome, lesser-known exercises that you can use it for. Check these out.
Want to boost your big three? Use CAT squats, T-shirt benches, and paused deads. Here's how.
When was the last time you went grocery shopping and had your knees buckle because your hamstrings were too sore? Well, it's time to recreate that moment.
Forget about trying to build pretty abs with crunches. Instead, build nasty-strong abs and they'll look great too. Here's how.
The Canadian Vin Diesel shows you which type of contraction (constant tension, stretch reflex, etc.) to use with different movements, along with explaining why you should absolutely keep your training sessions under 60 minutes.
Between working 40-60 hours per week, carting the kids around, or being forced to take those swing dancing lessons you promised your girlfriend (we've all been there), the last thing on the "to do list" is going to the gym. Mr. G has the answer: the Two-Day Workout.
Make better gains starting today. Here’s what you need to know about Active Isolated Stretching.
The reason you're not doing one of these squats is because it's hard. The reason you're not doing the other is because you probably never thought about it. Check it out.
Bas Rutten might just be the ultimate T-man. This 6'1", 220-pounder is a former Ultimate Fighting Champion and three time King of Pancrase.
Train only two times per week and make progress. Not possible? If your training methodologies are solid, it can be done. Here’s how.
The nutrition and training info is top notch and so are the writers. I really enjoy Eric Cressey, Mike Robertson, Dan John, Alwyn Cosgrove, Charles Staley, Chad Waterbury, and Christian Thibaudeau. I've read much of what they've written.
If you've tried Ian King's "Limping" series for legs, then I don't need to tell you how effective his 12-week programs are. If you haven't tried the aforementioned program, then all I can say is, what the hell is your problem?