60% of all adults in the US do no muscle-strengthening exercises and 25% don’t even like to walk, cycle or run.
It can be hard to accept, or incorporate, ideas from another area when your current group is grounded upon certain principles.
Competition, especially with oneself, is the epitome of motivation.
if you’re going to invest you time and money in a machine to build muscle, make it a cable.
It's still bodybuilding and most of the same tenets hold, plant-based or not. It's just about adapting what we know to work already.
A clean bulk is one thing, but gains so slow you can't measure them might not be useful.
Here's how you can use research to guide your lifting life.
Before you just assume that Monday is chest day, you should learn the reasons behind the common training splits.
Your genetics were done and dusted well before you were old enough to read this. So why worry about them? Focus on what you can do.
It's easy to forget that so many of the bodies we idolize in the magazines got there by less-than-honest means.
More work, less time, bigger pump. What's not to love?
We're all on the same team. It's time we started acting like it, instead of tearing each other down.
All that isolation work you're doing isn't just boring you to tears, it's failing to make you better.
If your goal is to get big safely, the number of plates on the bar isn't the most important thing.
It’s time to put down the cable concentration curls and pick up some heavy stuff—really heavy stuff.
You might not want to be a sprinter, but you definitely want a sprinter's legs.
Time and age grant a more objective perspective on how you trained when you were young.