When gym equipment is limited and someone who lifts way less than you wants to share your squat rack, be a good sport about it.
There’s very little evidence to show that being sore indicates muscle damage or faster muscle growth, or that a lack of soreness means that your workout wasn’t effective.
Often referred to as 'newbie gains,' the effect is not purely psychological.
An expert trainer explains the role of genetics, muscle memory, and lifestyle when you're trying to gain as much strength as possible—without turning to supplements or steroids.
Here’s a closer look at the science of muscle fatigue and what it all means for gaining strength.
How much cardio should you do when you're trying to get stronger?
There's more than two decades of evidence to draw from.
We’ve evolved into a bunch of out of shape weaklings.
A new study shows that rest is not as important to muscle growth as was previously thought.
Some coaches tell their athletes to avoid having sex before a big game.