Bodybuilders do it. Figure competitors do it. Action stars do it. And they're all sending the wrong message.
Weak ankles and feet can inhibit the benefits of many lower body exercises. Here's a quick way to strengthen and stabilize them.
The pull-through is a great exercise for building glutes, but here are two ways to make it even better.
Most people have never tried this trap exercise. Try adding it to the end of your next trap-centered training session.
There are a lot of pros in the fitness field, but there are even more faux pros. Spot them and avoid them. Here's why.
It started out as a fine idea, at least for very overweight people, then things got weird.
The muscle-up looks cool, but if you're using bad technique then it's just a trick. Here's how to make it into an effective exercise.
This old-school move has been all but forgotten. Too bad, it's one of the best split squat or lunge variations. Here's how to do it.
This is an injury waiting to happen. Here's what to avoid and how to fix the problem.
Combine these two methods for fast muscle growth. Here's how.
This little-known exercise will not only build your lats, it'll make you a better deadlifter and Olympic lifter. Here's how to do it.
Yes, this is a safe exercise... if you do it right. Here's exactly how.
Not only is this is a great exercise the lower body, it'll also improve your squat. Here's how.
The stronger and more athletic you are, the more you need to add this move into your program. Check it out.
Want to get the most out of push-ups? Make sure you can pass this test.
Tension builds muscle. Here's how to ramp it up to build your delts.
It looks crazy, but it'll build your delts and overhead strength like nothing else.
Most lifters struggle with getting their weight back on the deadlift. That leads to poor form and poor performance. Here's how to easily fix it.
Can't get comfortable with the front squat? These drills will get you there.
Use this movement as a warm-up, to build more explosive power, or to get better at Olympic-style lifting.
Sounds contradictory, but it's true. Here's why.
With the 2/1 technique, you lift the weight using two limbs and lower the weight with one limb. Here's how it looks.
Want to do a proper kettlebell swing? Get kicked in the junk. Really, that's the perfect form cue. Here's why.
A lot of people today foam roll their backs before or after training, but most are doing it wrong. Here's how to do it right.