Congratulations to Andy Swanson for being selected as Bodybuilding.com's Fit Employee of the Month. Find out how working at Bodybuilding.com helped Andy to go from flab to fab, and into the competitive bodybuilding circuit.
The first set of weights Larry Williams owned was a broomstick and two concrete blocks. Now, he's set his second powerlifting world record and swept his first bodybuilding competition in the same three months.
According to a new study, it doesn't matter whether you're overweight and never exercise or have 4-percent body fat and train seven days a week: We are all susceptible to deadly venous thromboembolism when we veg out for too long.
Are high-protein diets and creatine bad for you? What really causes muscle soreness? Is there such a thing as the "anabolic window?" Get the low down on some of the more common misconceptions about getting fit.
Noah Kingery gained over 200 pounds in under a year. Then he dropped 150 pounds in the same amount of time. But when addiction and depression caused the weight to boomerang back, he was faced with a second transformation, and attacked it with wisdom.
Unwanted advances and inappropriate comments aren't anything new for women in the fitness industry. But are they an unfortunate fact of the fit life, or something we can control? A group of experienced trainers and competition veterans weigh in.
Putting together a diet plan that works for you might seem way too complicated. This straightforward guide will show you how to create a plan with the right macros and calories to help you lose weight while maintaining your muscle mass and endurance.