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When it comes to getting stronger, there are a number of rules you have to follow. These rules will ensure your hard work doesn’t go to waste, and that you get the best results possible from your training. Those rules alone are worthy of an article all to themselves, but here’s the simplified version:

Any new workout will produce dramatic results, and that's partly why high-intensity training produces such favourable physical changes. However, if you only ever do this type of workout, your fitness will plateau, and your weight may increase. Use interval training, HIIT, Tabatas, etc. but don't forget that they are just one part of the holistic fitness and health model.

Leg training doesn't have to be high-tech to be effective. So long as you choose demanding exercises and work hard, you can sculpt and tone your legs anywhere and anytime. All it takes is determination, commitment, and plenty of effort!

Do this workout once or twice a week to counteract what a lot of experts call sitting disease. It’s a low intensity workout, so you should have no problem doing it on rest days between gym workouts.

If you are stuck in a lower body development rut, and regular squats aren’t providing you with the results you want, try one of these five variations.

In today’s fitness world, everyone has something to say about it. Some advice is extremely useful while others are complete BS. In this article we will look at some of the best bits of advice to hold onto when performing certain exercises which may help you hit that extra rep or break through that plateau you’ve been stuck on. It may also help reduce the risk of injury whereby your technique is the source of the problem, regardless; the tips provided below will serve as good value.

If you want to survive the rise of the dead, gear your workouts toward achieving these fitness and strength targets…

Many myths have befallen the world of diet and exercise. We’ve got all the details on four of the most perpetuating myths in the world of muscle so that you needn’t google or debate any longer.

If you want your back to grow, you have got to include rows in your training program. Rows can add thickness to your back and work your all-important posterior deltoids, middle traps, and rhomboids – muscles that can enhance your posture and shoulder health.

Here are ten tips for maximizing your gym time. Not only will these tips help you save time, they’ll also increase the effectiveness of your workouts.