Some parents believe in early specialization. Are they right? Info here.
Bill Pearl is widely acknowledged as the first thinking man's bodybuilder. Here are three things you can learn from him about building muscle.
Newbies do it, and it can even sneak into an experienced lifter's workouts. Here's what to watch out for.
If you can, try to work out earlier in the day. Here's why.
Are you stronger than you were last year? Leaner? Healthier? Assess yourself in all areas of fitness. Here's what to do.
It's the ultimate lower-body stability test and it only takes 60 seconds. Try this now.
Can't spend a ton of time in the gym? Build a physique that looks like you do. Make these exercises a priority.
How to make your pecs jacked (not just strong), what bodybuilders and powerlifters can learn from each other, and simplifying fat loss.
Are you strong? Like, really strong in a real-world kinda way? Take this test and find out.
Experienced lifters and coaches know that exercise form is highly individual and highly goal dependent. Here's why.
Can you pass this strength test? All you'll need is a dumbbell that's 50 percent of your bodyweight.
Some coaches say the leg press is useless. They're wrong. Here's why.
Want a stronger, more powerful body? You need a strong butt. Glute-specific training isn't just for the girls. Here's your man-plan.
It's not just for arm day, you meathead. Try these awesome lower-body exercises.
If you look at the research, you'll see that rest-pause training isn't what it's cracked up to be. Here's why.
The right kind of lifting will increase mobility and flexibility better than stretching or goofy mobility drills. And you'll build muscle too. Check this out.
You may be surprised. Check this out.
Sure, the big 3 lifts are great, but experienced lifters need to stop chasing numbers for a while and fix their weak links. Here's why and how to do it.
You need both anaerobic power and aerobic capacity to be a great lifter and athlete. Test them both with this simple challenge.
This common error makes it harder to set squat and deadlift PR's, and it may even leave you injured.
More power equals more muscle and more athleticism. Here's an easy way to toss in some power-building movements before your workout.
To really grow, you have to do concentric, eccentric, and even isometric reps. Here's a training method that combines all three in one set.
For non-powerlifters, trap bar deads beat the pants off the barbell variation. Here's why.
Can banging a bodybuilder make you fail a drug test? Can anyone build 19-inch arms? Is soreness necessary? All this and more!
Can strength athletes actually benefit from the adductor and abductor machine? Here's what you need to know.