If you've resolved to pack on more muscle while maintaining your strength and functionality, you've come to the right place.
These simple hypertrophy tips could make the difference between personal records and injuries.
Choose a viable workout program, and do it religiously. Bust your butt, rest on non-workout days, and eat like you want it.
It's time to look at five additional tips to keep you on target for that better body without wasting your time on worthless pursuits.
New research examined how toe angle, range of motion, and rep schemes affect the quads.
A new study found significant overlap between these three factors and muscle growth.
Despite what the anti-bodybuilding crowd says, isolated arm training can be functional, too. Here's how to do it the right way.
Using a combination of the variables within this matrix chart offers an unlimited number of potential workouts based on your goals.
Traditional hypertrophy programs often use short rest periods, but a new study suggests this might not be the best idea.
Most believe you can only train for aesthetics or strength discretely. Not true. For those of you who want to look good and perform like an athlete - here's how.
Some people say they're training for hypertrophy and others say they want to get stronger. Is this distinction accurate?
Anyone interested in performance is interested in numbers. But here are some you might not be aware of - both in terms of your training and your gym business.
There are many variables that go into muscle building, today we focus on the negative part of the rep, the time under load, and getting a pump.
New studies are suggesting the numbers of repetitions per set matters much less than how hard you push yourself.
Hollywood know something about fitness that many of us don't practice, despite seeking similar goals.
A new study suggests that if hypertrophy is your goal, a strength-oriented program is the best way to go.
It seems that working hard consistently is out. These days it’s all about the minimum effective dose.