Build your legs, set your lungs on fire, and improve hip mobility with this exercise.
Supplement your barbell and dumbbell rows with this great back training variation that also hits the core and even the glutes.
If you like pressing and pulling more than jogging on a treadmill, give this a shot.
Dial in your hip hinge to master deadlifts, kettlebell swings, pull-throughs and more. Here's how.
Struggle with pull-ups? Don't use a band for assistance. These two methods are better.
Combine the lateral straight-arm pulldown, the triceps extension, and the high-to-low chop into one set.
The RDL is a staple lift, but not if you suck at it. Here's how to make it work for you.
Do 4 sets of 15 reps. On the first 10 reps of a set, do normal curls. On the last 5 reps of each set, switch to hammer curls.
Add a band and use a slow, controlled, partial range of motion to keep tension on the abs.
Improve upper back rotation and posture with this simple drill. Do 10 reps per side twice a day.
A bar takes the ab rollout to the next level. Try a wide grip to hit the chest and shoulders as well as the abs. Have a super strong core? Narrow the grip.
Place a firm ball under the posterior delt. Lift the arm for 15 to 45 seconds.
Fairly new to lifting? Here's some harsh advice you might not like, but you should definitely take to heart.
Add a band to your dumbbell flyes and pump out more gains.
The floor press prevents over-stretching at the shoulder joint and eliminates an excessively stretched pec tendon at the transition point from eccentric to concentric, thereby eliminating much of the danger-zone for pec tears.
Fight perma-slouch by moving your thoracic spine into extension. Hang out in one spot for as long as you feel a stretch. As you feel it fade, shift the roller down your spine.
A strong core is a requirement for the big lifts. Strengthen and build yours with this exercise.
It's one of those things that only the REALLY dedicated lifters do. The Zercher squat is as effective as it is painful. Try it.
Target your hips and hams with this type of squat. It'll help you get out of the hole when you squat without a box.
Science shows that this multi-talented compound makes you leaner, increases endurance, and builds muscle. Check it out.
Build and strengthen your entire posterior chain. Do this twice per week, 5 trips of 40 yards, bodyweight or close to it on the sled.
After your big lifts, finish off your lats and get a good stretch with this exercise.
Add this versatile back exercise to your program. Alter the grip, the angle, or adjust your feet to make it easier or harder.
The one-rep max is a great way to brag about how much you can lift. It's also unnecessary for most lifters. Here's why.