A New York Times report reveals some Equinox trainers work 80-hour weeks for unlivable pay, unless they can score customers on the gym floor.
Security researcher Brad Dixon found a way to cheat Zwift, the half-game half-cycling trainer, into thinking he's a superstar athlete.
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.
"We know our community has more trauma around body dysmorphia and greater likelihood of depression… understanding it will go a long way in creating a culture of inclusivity."
It's not the levels of testosterone that men have that matters, but rather how sensitive they are to the hormone.
Here’s a closer look at the science of muscle fatigue and what it all means for gaining strength.
New research sheds light on when most people should train.
Today, six trained crows started a new job at a French theme park that looks like a 'Game of Thrones' set.
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.