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Yes, your workout needs structure. But it also needs to be flexible, which often leads to more gains. Here's why and how to do it.
Reaching your physique or performance goal is about more than sets, reps, and exercises. Here's how to get your mindset right.
When you have knee or shoulder issues, this is a good alternative to a standard squat. This is the touch-and-go version with chains for overload at the top.
The key is that it's not a bounce; it's a one-second pause. Tension is maintained and the bar is lowered under control.
For hip hinge exercises like RDLs and deadlifts, watch out for this common mistake.
Do this for only one set at the very end of your triceps workout. First iso-hold 20 seconds, second 15 seconds, last hold for 10 seconds.
Nail your rhomboids and mid traps with this exercise. Do 5 sets of 8 reps.
Pretend you're standing on a clock and finish off leg day with 3 sets of 10 (each leg).
Here are six adjustments you can make to any workout program to make it more successful.
Yes, this is very advanced. First master the plank and the single-arm plank before trying it on rings with added load.
For this intensity technique, do the concentric part of the exercise on your own, then have your training partner push down during the negative as you resist.
Blow out all your air on the way down and contract hard. Do 10-12 reps.
For the experienced lifter, this effective training method allows you to build strength without all the risky 1RMs.
Whether your goal is fat loss or muscle gain, here's a simple trick to increase your odds and boost diet compliance.
Low back acting up? You can still train your lower body hard. Try this.
Two great mobility drills combined into a fast, effective warm-up.
Don't make these two deadlifting errors. Here's what they look like and how to fix them.
For more quad emphasis, try this split squat variation.
Finish off leg day with these. Looks easy, but your quads will be on fire.
Boost your athleticism, improve coordination, and set your quads and lungs on fire with this do-anywhere drill.
Much more than a cool-looking core exercise, the dragon flag will even strengthen your glutes and lower back. Follow these progressions.
You've heard this myth about high-protein diets repeated by lots of folks. Here's the actual science.
Stagger your stance, think bend and extend, and use the pane-of-glass cue to get the best results from standing curls.