The Science Of Never Missing A Workout
Picking The Best Chest and Shoulder Exercises (Video Interview)
This is EXACTLY how you can make going to the gym as natural as brushing your teeth every day.
Blood Flow Restriction: In a Word, Revolutionary
Here I discuss general exercise selection principles with my good buddy Abel Csabai of the Sustainable Self-Development podcast.
Fitness Myths Destroyed: 16 Experts Give You Advice
Get all the latest revolutionary science in this complete Blood Flow Restriction Guide.
Do Women Like Muscles? The Research, The Realness, The BS.
We all need help. So, here are the best fitness minds giving you all the training advice you could use.
Pec Training For Newbies
Do women like muscles? Some say yes, some say no. Well, here's what research and the experts have to say on the topic.
New to The Gym? Here's How to Not Look like an Asshole.
Are you fiendin' for some pec growth? I got what you need brother. *Warning, the advice in this article will give you a solid D cup*
The Best Trap Exercises You've Never Tried
If you're a newbie, you probably have some concerns about dealing with meat heads and gym bunnies. But, if you follow these five steps, you'll have nothing to worry about.
The Research-Based Guide to Boulder Shoulders
Most folks never get the traps they desire. That's because they aren't training them properly. Here's what research says about getting cobra traps.
One Way To Improve ANY Upper-Body Exercise
Most shoulder training advice is downright awful. "Just do lateral raises bro" isn't going to cut it. Here's a scientific guide to blowing up those delts.
Here's How The Scientific Method Can Get You Swole
There's one way to improve the effectiveness of ANY upper body exercise. And that is holding the weight in a manner that forces you to use better form.
Pull-Ups Vs. Chin-Ups (Which is Better?)
The Scientific Method is the standard by which research is conducted (with good reason). These are the steps that I took to apply the SM to my own training, and how you can for yours too.
Dump The Seated Leg Extension, Do This Instead
Which exercises reigns supreme, the Chin-Up or the Pull-Up? Research has the answer.
Is Fish Oil Good For You? - 5 Answers
Most standard leg exercises are "missing" a very important quad muscle. Here's how to target it to build stronger legs.
What Beginners Ought To Know About Biomechanics
Ever wondered if fish oil was just a gimmick? You don't have to wonder anymore.
This is How to Get A Barn Door Back
Biomechanics can take your physique to another level. Here's exactly how.
5 Exercises You Should Be Doing (But Probably Aren't)
Do you not only want to know how to train your lats and lower back, but why? This is the guide for you! Everything's evidence-based, of course.
Training Your Self-Discipline Muscle
Here are 5 excellent (based on biomechanics and anatomy) exercises you've never heard of, but should have.
Bodybuilding 101 - A Kinesiologist's Perspective
Training your body will facilitate the development of your mind. Here's why and how.
Here's When You Should Use Isolation Exercises
The basics of bodybuilding from the perspective of a graduate Kinesiologist.
There's a lot of debate about compound vs isolation exercises. Especially for beginners. Here's a rational and simple answer to the debate once and for all.