Here’s a closer look at the science of muscle fatigue and what it all means for gaining strength.
Among other things, sleep deprivation has been shown to increase the loss of muscle when you go on a diet.
New research sheds light on when most people should train.
How much cardio should you do when you're trying to get stronger?
You can train with lighter weights without missing out on any gains.
Strength training is a remarkably effective way to counteract stiffness.
Two new studies shed light on the fear that people will end up losing more muscle than they would on a regular diet.
These methods will reduce the length of your workouts by up to 50 percent while still delivering identical gains in size and strength.
Somatotyping doesn't work. You’re better off experimenting with different approaches to diet and exercise, and adjusting what you do based on how your body responds.
A new study shows that rest is not as important to muscle growth as was previously thought.