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Troubleshoot and correct any issues and pain in your shoulders from bench press with these drills from Dean Somerset.
Proper tapering can significantly increase performance, helping you perform your best on the platform. Here’s how to set up a taper, based on the research.
There’s finally a study examining the effects of Leangains-style intermittent fasting. We have the results and a study breakdown for you here.
Despite the importance of the lats in the deadlift, their role is often misunderstood. Once you understand their function, it’s easier to use them optimally
I’ve examined just about every warm-up imaginable. Here’s what you need to know about some of the popular methods out there.
A couple recent studies have shown that HMB – a legal supplement – works better than moderate-dose steroids. Is it the next wonder-supplement or just hype?
What do acute anabolic signaling mechanisms tell us about long-term growth? This guest post from Adam Tzur digs into the evidence.
Should you be training different muscles with different loads and rep ranges based on their predominant muscle fiber type?
How much control do we have over strength and hypertrophy outcomes? Here’s what we know about the relationship between genetics and strength training.