Make gains while getting leaner. Here's exactly what to do every day for the next three weeks.
Tired of looking pretty much the same year after year? If you're ready to make radical changes in your body composition, start here.
Train for size for a few weeks and then strength. It works better for both goals. Here's why, along with a sample 10-week plan.
Four rules to follow when you can only train 3 days per week, plus the 4 common mistakes to avoid. Sample plan included.
Do you disappear when you turn sideways? Then you need to do a row exercise every time you hit the gym. Here's your specialization plan.
How much muscle can a natural, experienced lifter gain in 4 weeks? Can he lose fat at the same time? This coach decided to find out.
Big? Check! Strong? Check! Now it's time to move like an athlete, ramp up your conditioning, and feel incredible. Here's exactly how to do it.
There are several ways to organize your training week, but one split is superior for the vast majority of lifters. Here it is.
A complete workout plan for inhuman strength, athletic power, and stand-out muscle.
Here are some proven strategies for all-natty size and strength gains, and how to put them all together into a workout plan.
Not using drugs? Then stop training like someone who is. Here's how to milk your training for all its worth when taking the natural route.
If you're a natural lifter doing the workouts of drugged lifters, you're going to be disappointed. Build maximal strength the natural way. Here's how.
Want to build strength, size, and athleticism with one training program? All you need is this plan.
Training one body part per day is outdated, and full-body workouts don't always cut it. Push-pull-legs is superior for any goal. Here's why.
Get stronger and increase your work capacity and cardiovascular health at the same time. Here's your plan.
Drop your regular leg-day workout and try this for 8 weeks. If you can take the pain, your quads, hams, and glutes will explode. In a good way.
Because nothing says "I am strong" quite like a monstrous set of traps and a beer keg for a neck.
Here's a devastatingly effective (and even fun) deadlift program that makes you want to run to the gym to try it out.