Flex your programming muscles, make your joints feel better, and accelerate progress. Here's how.
Got long arms or a very thick upper body? You'll get better rotation, a better contraction, and better results with this variation.
Just before liftoff, take the slack out by pulling the chest up and pulling the bar against the weights. Listen for the clink.
In this big/tall guy version of the leg raise, use bent elbows, tuck the knees, and lever from the shoulder joint.
Combine the bird dog pattern with a bear stance position and you get this awesome athletic move. Great for conditioning.
Use this tool to find out if you're recovered enough for another heavy session.
Doing this athletic movement for reps or as part of a superset makes for a great conditioning tool.
Think you have to crush PRs every week to make progress? Not so. Here's the truth.
Yes, this is gonna hurt. Badly. Take a look.
Denser muscle. Better squats and deadlifts. Sound good? Then you need to work jumps into your workouts. Here's how.
Want to prevent fat gain once you've leaned up? Give these two protocols a shot.
An inflexible T-spine can lead to a host of problems. Get it moving right with this drill. Note the different arm positions.
One pattern of eating disrupts metabolism and dietary behaviors more than any other. Here's how to avoid it.
Yet another study is showing that popular fasting diets may backfire and cause belly fat gain and health damage in the long run.
Pittsburg Pirates outfielder, Austin Meadows, demonstrates this variation of the rope row. Note the hand rotation for more activation of the lats and upper back.
Go light, be meticulous with your form, and focus on contracting all the small muscles working in your upper back and shoulders.
Get your glutes, hamstrings, and upper back ready for heavy training with these simple movements.
What happens to your romantic relationships when you get ripped? You may be surprised. Check out these studies.
Suspension dips are easier on your shoulders. As a bonus, you'll get a better pec contraction compared to bar dips.
Some exercises just don't fit your body type. Others are hard to set up. Here's how to make those awkward exercises work for you.
Generate more power. Press, throw, and punch like a beast. Use this drill.
You understand progressive overload, but are you really using it? Check this out.
Shoulders banged up? Take a tip from top powerlifters and use a pad to reduce the tricky part of the range of motion.
Researchers study whether a new type of wobbly bar recruits more muscle than conventional steel bars.