Do this simple test on your thoracic spine, apply the easy fixes, and watch as your chin-ups, pull-ups, and OH presses explode.
Simple yet effective ways to turn tired old exercises into plateau busting, muscle building dynamos.
The muscle snatch is an Olympic-style lift that doesn't need any coaching or seminars. You just grip it and rip it.
Always going heavy on the Big 3 leads to injury and stagnation. Here are some simple ways to lighten your loads.
Could the Bulgarian squat be better than the King of Exercises? Ben Bruno makes his case.
How many of the following training mistakes do you make on a regular basis? The answer may shame you.
Is the deficit deadlift the world's most dangerous exercise, or is it a safe way to build super strength?
Blood flow restriction (BFR) training can jack up the effectiveness of your workouts and give you a skin-tearing pump!
A simple, brutal program for both size and strength that's just begging to be taken out for a test drive.
You need to set PRs in the strict curl. Here's a program that'll have you curling train axles in no time.
The best exercise isn't the one that hurts the most, but the one that has the greatest benefit compared to its costs.
Hard-won advice on how to get the most out of rep schemes, your workouts, and your programming.
Lift heavy and grow, right? Well, it turns out that lifting light weights may make you grow muscle equally as well.
Combining isometric training with CAT can help even the most stagnant lifter power through to a new PR.
How adding more weight to one side of the body can help you smash even the most stubborn plateaus.
You need more volume to get big, but too much volume can mess you up. Here are 6 great movements that won't trash your CNS.
Drop sets are as old as the barbell but they work. Here's a new and brutal way to perform this classic technique.
Regular paused squats are tough, but breathing paused squats take the pain - and the results - to the next level.
The Z Press is much harder than the overhead press and it will quickly expose any weaknesses you might have.
Pulling big weights requires getting strong in a lot of supporting muscles, starting with the upper and mid back.