How to get good at exercise: The secret is right in front of you
Here are the exercises to try again.
Upper body strength: The exercises and stretches you need to try
Too many “leg days”? Here’s how to catch up your upper body.
Does sprint training increase strength? What weight lifters need to know
Sprint training should be viewed as a type of strength training.
Exercises for better posture: 2 hacks lifters should try now
Here's how weight lifters can improve one critical feature, their posture, and why that's critical for strength.
Best stretching exercises: Why lifting is about more than strength
Here's how weight lifters can improve through mobility work and stretching.
Is grip strength important for weight lifting? 3 facts you need to know
Here's how to improve one of the most important elements of weight lifting.
Why gaining weight when lifting weights isn’t a problem
Here are three questions weight lifters need to ask.
The one piece of equipment you need to achieve strength, cardio, and health
Kettlebells are a deceptively simple way to get fit.
Olympic weightlifting 2021: How to become a fan, before it’s too late
The Tokyo Games may be the Olympics’ last waltz with the barbell. Here’s how to watch it.
How to choose the right weight lifting shoes
How sore is too sore? What every weight lifter needs to know
While soreness can be brutal, it’s not exactly pain.
Why are weightlifters so short? The height-lifting connection, explained
Is it better for weightlifters to be tall or short? The answer is more complicated than you think.
Why butts are the “Trojan horse” way to get healthy
Don't underestimate the butt.
Bodyweight workouts: How to skip the gym and still get fit
These no (or very minimal) equipment workouts can still get you strong.
Why weight lifters need to pay more attention to their feet
A foot can't grow like a bicep, but it can become stronger.
Need to take a weight lifting break? Use these ‘eccentric’ exercises instead
All exercises contain three phases of movements.
Can you lift weights too much? How to get stronger, sustainably
In a technical sense, it’s impossible to lift too much. But over time it’s unavoidable.
How to solve the muscle problem that’s coming for us all
Can athletes weight lift too much? Tom Brady’s workouts trigger a debate
Most in the NFL workout with serious weight — except the league's most famous player.
How to keep weight lifting, even when life gets in the way
You can create a workout plan compatible with your schedule.