Yeah, it's stupid looking, but it'll loosen up your neck, your shoulders, and even activate your glutes.
You've heard this broscience before. You might even think it's true. Think again.
We all fall into one of these two categories. Knowing your type will help keep you motivated. Check it out.
If your deadlift stalls just off the floor, this exercise will strengthen that weak point and help you power up a new PR.
How weight training can improve your mindset and your entire life.
Here's how to increase muscle fiber recruitment to build bigger, stronger pecs. And most people never even do it.
Two birds, one stone. This exercise is tough, but worth learning. Here's how to do it.
Here are two ways to get your metcon on that'll also help with muscle gains. Coach Bruno (and Kate Upton) show you how it's done.
You might be standing in the way of your own progress and not even know it. Here's how to zoom out and evaluate your training.
New to deadlifting or just getting back into it? Here's the smart way to prepare your body in just four workouts
If you miss your big pulls at the bottom of the lift, there are three problems that need to be addressed. This accessory exercise fixes them all.
If you think your muscles need to be "confused" every workout, then you're, well, kinda confused. Here's why.
It's a common squat mistake that most people don't even realize they're making. Here's why it's wrong and how to fix it.
You see these jackasses a lot lately. It's time to call out the two worst offenders.
Stop butchering the barbell row. Do this accessory exercise, find your form flaws, then get back to heavy rows. Check it out.
These movements will make your spine and shoulders feel better and move better when doing big lifts. Check 'em out.
Can you gain 30 pounds of mostly-muscle in 10 months? Here's how one expert did it.
Many top strength athletes do this. Here's why you should do it too.
Yes, work your abs, but these common mistakes can lead to a wider, blockier waist.
Here's how emulating their favorite competitor is wrecking many female lifters, plus a better approach.
The scale is just one tool for evaluating your progress, and not even a good one. Here's what you need to know.
Be the boss, think for yourself, and stop being a doormat. Here's how.
Most power exercises focus on the legs. This one is for upper body only. Take a look.
It's different than how you do it before or after workouts. Here's a quick guide and video.