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Miles Teller’s Bleed For This Workout

This article was originally published by AskMen UK. From Rocky to Raging Bull, the great tradition of boxing films have shown us pain, pluckiness and triumph against the odds. They’ve also been responsible for putting some seriously ripped bodies on the big screen and for whipping actors like Will Smith, Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael B. Show More Summary

Why Male Birth Control Doesn't Exist

This article was originally published by AskMen UK. One of the major shifts in social and political behaviour in the last century came in 1960 with the approval of the pill for contraceptive use. Immediately, uptake was huge – 1.2 million American women were using the tablet within two years, with the number rising to 2.3 million just a year later. Show More Summary

Testosterone Therapy May Be Linked to Blood Clots

Risk peaks in the first 6 months of hormone treatment, but overall odds are low, study finds

Is Your Protein Shake Making You Fat?

There’s too many people that think that a healthy diet just means one with more protein. Wrong. Yes, you need protein, but you also need carbs and fats. Most of all you need REAL food. But if you’re working out, a daily protein shake can help you recover better and gain muscle. Show More Summary

Abrasion Resistant Workout Gear

The Warm-Up It’s true that there are hoards of men that still look at Lululemon as a women’s athletic brand, mostly known for making yoga pants some ladies’ daily uniform. But the train has been changing that perception, having creating...Show More Summary

Compound Lifts For Great Results

From nothingness, the universe was created. From a simple caterpillar, a butterfly emerges. A dorky teen grows up to be a fashion model, or a bodybuilder. The one constant in life is change, and in our new Transformation of the Week series, AskMen is celebrating men who have turned their lives around through dedication, commitment and hard work. Show More Summary

How To Use Cable Machines

Strength training is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your health. It can help you build more muscle, burn more fat, produce more testosterone, strengthen your bones… the list goes go on and on. If you want to hit the gym, typically you’ll find many different tools at your disposal to push your body and make yourself stronger. Show More Summary

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