Bodybuilding is full of programs used by “enhanced” lifters, but most people don’t take drugs and can’t get good results. This effective program is for them.
Hamstrings are the weak link for most lifters. Don’t be one of them. Here’s how to hammer your hams to increase strength, power, speed, and explosiveness.
Screw those long sessions on the stationary bike or rower. All you need is a few minutes a week. Here’s what to do.
Do you use any of these silly, injurious, worthless exercises? Read this before your next workout.
Most people train the big lifts once or twice per week. But the strongest people in the world use a much higher frequency. Here’s what you can learn from them.
Here’s how that vacation will affect your size and strength.
Do these moves to prevent future shoulder problems, or use them to rehab a current problem. Just do them, okay?
The RDL is a staple lift, but not if you suck at it. Here’s how to make it work for you.
Always going heavy on the Big 3 can lead to injury and stagnation. Here how to lighten your loads and keep getting better.
Jim Wendler’s 5/3/1/ program promises slow and steady gains that will eventually turn you into the strongest guy in the gym. And it delivers, every time.
The mind quits before the body does. You’re capable of much more than you think.
Stop listening to uneducated jackasses when it comes to squat depth. You can figure out what’s best for your anatomy with these tests. Here’s how.
Want to get bigger? Here’s the smart lifter’s guide to programming volume for all kinds of gains.
How will people lose fat and build muscle in the near future? Here’s what the experts are expecting to see.
Could it be that everything we thought we knew about glute training was ass-backwards?
The world’s favorite chest exercise isn’t that great at building the pecs. Here’s why, plus some better exercise choices.
You don’t need direct arm training, just the big basic exercises, right? That’s what some say. Here’s why they’re wrong.
How to quickly dump fat, water, and bloat for a photo shoot or special event.
Leg training multiple times per week may be torture, but it delivers rapid gains in size and strength. Here’s how to do it.
The average person will gauge the quality of his workout by his level of discomfort. But is driving yourself into the ground every workout necessary?
Competitive bodybuilding can bring out the best and worst in people. Here’s something to think about.
Perform these three exercises as one superset to really nail your glutes and hamstrings while strengthening your lower back.
Want to design your own kick-ass training programs? All you need is the perfect template based on 20 years of trial and error.
Train calves first and train them every day, from multiple angles and with high-volume, and watch them explode. Here’s your workout plan.
This once-per-week deadlift program will give you a 20-50 pound increase in 1RM over a 16-week period.