Men's Health


1. Which of these obviously awful weight-room habits (which you never do, right? right?!) may actually enhance your strength?

A Not wiping down equipment

B Spitting

C Swearing

C: Holy sh*t! People who vocalized frustrations during bike and hand-grip tests saw a 4.6 percent uptick in power and an 8.2 percent increase in strength compared with silent types, a study in Psychology of Sport & Exercise found.

2. Which of these forms

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