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Most fitness challenges are for tiny guys whose relative strength is off the charts. Here's something for the big dogs.

Most fitness challenges are for tiny guys whose relative strength is off the charts. Here’s something for the big dogs.

Here's what spending time with no gym, and just your poorly equipped home space should teach you about training.

Here’s what spending time with no gym, and just your poorly equipped home space should teach you about training.

Check out this modification to push ups and planks, to blast your core, as part of my "basics made better" column in men's health.

Check out this modification to push ups and planks, to blast your core, as part of my “Basics Made Better” column in Men’s Health.

How do you make sure you're on point when training with db's? Here's your complete guide.

How do you make sure you’re on point when training with DB’s? Here’s your complete guide.

Progressive overload is overrated

Progressive overload is not the end-all and be-all of the training experience.

Don’t misunderstand me, I don’t think any program for strength or hypertrophy is truly complete without regarding the importance of methodically using increasingly heavier weights.

Use these six exercises to maintain your growth.

Plenty of content and advice in the fitness world — especially the online fitness world — caters to people who are working out while healthy and able-bodied. It’s always a rare gem to find an article that deals with training around injuries. But there’s another caveat.

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