The Z Press is much harder than the overhead press and it will expose any weaknesses you might have. Here’s how to do it.
Everything you ever wanted to know about your glutes… and more. Check it out.
Here's a clever way to go heavier and stay safer during unilateral leg exercises.
No squats, no gains. But you don't have to put a bar across your back to do them. Try this!
Look down at your calves. Sad, huh? Don't worry, eight of our experts drop their best training tips here.
This single exercise will make you look more powerful and scary-looking in just a short amount of time. Here’s how to do it.
Fix these overlooked muscles and you’ll look better and be able to pull more weight. Here’s how.
What happens to the after-40 lifter? Does this milestone mean you have to train like a grandpa? Not necessarily. But here's what will lengthen your lifting life.
Everything a weight-lifting woman ever wanted to know about breast implants but was afraid to ask.
If you can pass this test, move to heavy barbell squats. If not, you have some work to do first.
You don't have to go on an extreme diet to lose fat and perform your best. These guidelines work for elite athletes and they'll work for you.
A smart fat-loss plan involves prioritizing nutrition, rotating between different metabolic stressors, and using lactate and alactate training methods.
Some people say the only correct way to squat is ATG. And some people are a little smarter than that. Here's the truth.
No machines, no problem! This free-weights only program will build size and strength better than machines anyway.
A small amount of cardio is okay if you enjoy it, but it's really not necessary for fat loss. Here’s a better way.
The program is simple, the workouts are short, and the results are fantastic. The catch? It’s also brutally hard. Check it out.
Here's a better way to target your posterior delts.
Lose the fat and keep the strength with this two-weeks on, two-weeks off plan. It's actually pretty easy. Check it out.
Meadows lists his top 8 rowing variations and ranks them according to compression, range of motion, and contraction.
For pull-ups, use a grip that'll allow your wrists to rotate naturally. Here's why.
No recovery, no progress. Here are four recovery methods every serious lifter or athlete should be using.
Eating less and exercising more isn't going to get rid of stubborn pockets of fat. Here's the smart way to blast those love handles and saddlebags.
This coach dared to mess around with Jim Wendler’s 5/3/1 and tweak it for his athletes. Here’s what happened.
Only doing deadlifts and leg curls for your hamstrings? You're missing out on some killer exercises that'll quickly add muscle and power.