The wimpiest machine in the gym can actually help you build strength and muscle. Who knew? Try these two exercises.
This substance, with its broad list of abilities, is the Superman of supplements.
This low hip position deadlift is more for the quads. Try a semi-sumo stance – chest up, weight on heels – and pull from a deficit. Start light!
How does one of the world's strongest bodybuilders and powerlifters do cardio? You may be surprised.
Nail your upper lats and get a huge pump with this finisher exercise.
Build more overhead strength using this concentric-based movement.
Make your back feel awesome and build your grip strength with this simple exercise.
The most common push-up mistake is letting the hips sag. Here's a simple cue to fix that problem instantly.
Rotator cuff work keeps your shoulders healthy. Coach Tumminello discusses why a popular exercise doesn't do the trick and shows you a better one.
Doing lots of different exercises is more important than changing up sets and reps according to new research. Take a look.
This bent-knee variation works best for most people because it keeps the hip flexors from taking over.
This combo exercise is a real ball-buster. In a fun way. Check it out.
This is one of the best, but least used, all-around exercises to improve athletic performance.
We all have to take time off at some point. So how much size and strength will it cost you? Here's what science says.
A weak core makes you weak all over, and ab crunches aren't enough. Try this exercise.
This curl variation nails every fiber of the biceps in one movement. Check it out.
Coach Thibaudeau discusses MMA fighters, nervous system recovery, active rest, and more.
Whether you're a newbie or an advanced bodybuilder, here's why you need to reinforce your strength base.
Coach Thibaudeau discusses the four types of recovery after one our boot camp workouts.
You know that food allergy that causes you bloating, headaches, or lethargy? It's probably your fault, not the food's fault. Here's why.
How to stretch your pecs without wrecking your shoulders.
Most training programs focus on adding weight to the bar, but the best way to add muscle is to focus on volume. Here why and how to do it.
A corrective complex is where you find a restricted muscle, roll it, mobilize it, and then activate its antagonist. Here's one for your tight back.
Sometimes the rules need to be rewritten. Here are eight supposedly wrong things that work great for these experts.