Newbies do, but how about advanced lifters? Here's why intuition and autoregulation is often best.
The pullover is a classic chest exercise, and it hits the lats too. Add a band to increase tension throughout the entire movement.
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Here's a quick overview that'll help you work your way up to a full muscle-up.
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.
This knee-friendly variation is great for your quads, glutes, and hamstrings.
Everyone thinks they use great form. They don't. Here are some weird ways your body is telling you your form sucks.
To maximize arm size, you need to add this biceps movement to your program.
Ramp up this powerlifting accessory exercise with a band to add resistance at the waist and cue yourself to get the hips through. Great for glutes.
Here are six adjustments you can make to any workout program to make it more successful.
You've seen the squat-booty memes, but the squat came in last for glute activation when compared to two other exercises.
Low back acting up? You can still train your lower body hard. Try this.
For best results, should you do slow reps or just more reps per set? Check out the new science here.
What happens when you combine several popular recovery methods? This new study tested it out.
If you can plank for more than 30 seconds, you need a more advanced variation. Try this.
For quad size, do 6 rounds of narrow goblet squats followed by continuous tension hack squats. Rest only 60 seconds between rounds.
You've heard this myth about high-protein diets repeated by lots of folks. Here's the actual science.
Try this unilateral variation of the best butt-builder around. Bridge up on two legs, then lower very slowly with one leg.
A side effect of what you're doing in the gym may make you live longer than those wraith-like calorie-restriction guys.
Common question. Here are some guidelines for lifters.
Either they're trying to look more advanced than they are or they're just trying something they saw on TV. Either way, this is bad business.
The lowering phase of the curl is where a lot of the muscle damage, and thus growth, is created. Don't just drop the bar.
Here's are two functional strength exercises that are actually functional for athletes and everyone else who occasionally gets off the couch.
These exercises and training methods have their place, but they're stupid choices for most gym goers. Here's why.