Just about everyone has had a bad training partner in the past. How do you know that you’re not the bad training partner in everyone else’s past? Let’s discuss.
Are bands and chains just a cool-looking gimmick, or are they actually effective in improving strength gains? Let’s see what the science says and how to use this info.
Sometimes you get in a training or motivation rut and need a quick pick-me-up to get you going again. This is that pick-me-up. Watch the tagged video for best results.
While hydration might not be the most exciting topic, its relevance to performance for both athletes and bodybuilders is immense. Why should you hydrate, and how should you do it?
Mechanical tension has quickly become the main accepted stimulus for muscle growth. What is mechanical tension? Can we measure it? Why would this be important for growth?
Most strength training experts recommend taking the occasional deload, however, the exact method of deloading is rather murky. What should we know about deloads?
Many gyms have mask mandates in order to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. How do masks affect workout performance? Are they safe? Let’s see what the science says.
Today’s fitness enthusiasts have little direction when it comes to long-term training programs. However, a roundtable discussion with gym veterans can offer some clues.
Many often advocate for using a full range of motion when lifting weights. How important is this? Does science agree with this advice, or is there more to it?
Caffeine is the most commonly-consumed drug in the world. What is caffeine and why is it so popular? Can it help exercise performance? Let’s discuss.