Running and strength training shouldn't be mutually exclusive. Be a stronger, healthier runner by lifting weights.
No matter what your goals, you’ll benefit from improving your mobility.
Crush calories and hammer your heart rate with these brutal back-to-back lifts.
Learning the ins and outs of contrast sets can be just the trick you need to get past a nagging plateau.
Use cluster sets to manipulate your muscles to get a bit more out of every rep, to maximize gains and breeze past plateaus.
Hernia surgery involves a long road to recovery — one that’s effective as long as you stick to the process and take your time through it.
This workout is a hybrid of strength and hypertrophy work that uses the front squat for volume and the remainder of the moves for growth, shape and endurance.
Maintaining flexible joints will help any lifter improve his or her health and fitness. Learn which stretches to use and when to maximize their benefits.
Avoid taking a turn for the worse with these six ankle strengthening and mobilizing moves to prevent injury and improve performance.
We’re not going to lie — Zercher squats can be brutally hard. But they are also one of the biggest-bang-for-your-buck squat variations you can do. We break them down for you.
Push-ups are the quintessential bodyweight exercise. But don’t underestimate their effectiveness when performed properly. Here’s how to do them. Plus, we share four progressions you should be doing
This exercise can strengthen weakened posterior muscles and potentially prevent hamstring injury. And it doesn’t even require any equipment. Here’s how to do it.
Develop a strong core with these four landmine exercises.
Would you wear loafers to run a marathon? We didn’t think so. Find out how the right footwear can make or break your workout.
We've gathered six little things you can do to improve your deadlifts — today!
Use this one-sided training technique to close the gap on your imbalances and improve performance across the board!
Improve your form, performance and results when deadlifting and squatting, no matter what your height.
Think you can only grow massive biceps and triceps with curls and extensions? Think again.
Sometimes you have to go back to the basics in order to spark new growth.
These three training tenets will turn on your burn without sacrificing intensity.
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Build freaky strength through to your spine with these underused tactics.
Fast-twitch fibers may get all the attention, but the strategic targeting of your slow-twitch muscle fibers can help maximize growth.
Build true upper-body strength by getting acquainted with — or mastering — this fundamental lift.
Turn your body into a growth-prone powerhouse by adopting these three training practices.
Learning the differences between fast- and slow-twitch muscle fibers can help you diversify your training portfolio while providing immediate body benefits.
Don’t bench mindlessly. Use these expert-crafted tips in order to start benching like a boss.
Recovery isn’t just about muscles and joints. Your central nervous system needs to recuperate to keep your gains coming.
Few things are more frustrating than being sidelined with an injury. Here are five tips to minimize the damage and get back in the gym.
The medium sumo deadlift isn't just for powerlifters. Build power safely with this deep-stance deadlift.
You’re only as strong as your weakest link. Here’s how to train your weaknesses for a stronger, more balanced physique.
Let's be honest, everyone has weak links. Here's how to tackle them head on and bring them back into balance.
Super complexes are a great way to kick-start fat loss, condition muscle and test your body's muscular endurance.
Don't let bad joints keep you from doing the big lifts you love. Avoid injury by training smart not soft.
Taking a one-sided approach to training can supersize your gains and build a stronger core
Building big guns doesn’t have to entail endless sets of biceps curl variations. Working these unique methods and movements into your weekly routine will have you splitting sleeves in no time.
Stop droning through endless sets of wrist curls. Try these tricks of the trade and build forearms that would make Popeye jealous.
If mass and power are your goal then heavy compound exercises are a proven necessity.
Where exercise is concerned, there are the guys who take the “just be healthy and feel good” route, and then there are the other guys – the ones who train like the gym is their sanctuary.
The hours spent at the gym per week doing droning rounds of cardio are something none of us enjoy. In their avoidance, we’ve all sought after the high-intensity, low-rest training methods to help boost your metabolism to oblivion.
It isn’t uncommon to have a workout or two where you’re just “not feeling it” per se, but problems may arise where results are concerned when this happens more than just a couple of times.