It doesn’t matter whether you’re trying to lose fat or build muscle, carbohydrates are an important part of your diet. In this article, we look at the 2 main reasons you need to eat carbohydrate if you’re serious about getting the results you want.
Big, strong shoulders are key to a powerful upper body and well rounded physique, the shoulder press is one of the best ways to do this. In this article, you’ll learn 12 effective ways to improve your shoulder press and add weight to the bar.
A muscle imbalance is a strength or size difference between different muscles or different parts of your body. There are 5 main ways to fix muscle imbalances the first of which is to use unilateral exercises.
Whether you’re trying to build muscle, lose fat or get strong you need to be doing the right things. In this article we bust the 31 biggest fitness myths so you can make progress safe in the knowledge you’re doing it right.
A weightlifting plateau sometimes referred to as a strength plateau, is a normal part of working out. It’s when one of your main lifts for a major muscle group stalls at a certain weight and you’re unable to do any more reps for at least 3 weeks. In this article we look at several ways to overcome a weightlifting plateau.
Working more muscles than any other compound exercise, the deadlift is a true beast of an exercise that works both the upper and lower body in one movement. In this article we look at 14 ways to improve your deadlift and add weight to the bar.
If you want to look lean and muscular then increasing your body weight slowly whilst getting stronger is key. In this article, we look at 5 ways to maximise the amount of muscle you gain whilst also minimising the fat you gain.
Muscle imbalances are a normal part of strength training and most people can expect to develop a small imbalance over time. In this article, we look at the different types of imbalance, why you get them and how to tell if you have one.