Build your triceps, chest, shoulders, and lats in a whole new way. Try this.
This supplement is growing in popularity. It's supposed to increase your metabolically active tissue and make you leaner. Does it? Here's the verdict.
Here's how to take this old school upper-body builder and make it work even better.
Train your core like a pro. Try this brutal plank variation.
Bring up those anterior delts with this cable variation that beats the dumbbell version.
This is a great chest-building exercise, but also a good test of stability and strength... if you do them right. Here's how.
A specific type of berry may help you to halt the creation of fat cells and get rid of the fat you already have. Here's the science.
Stimulate more muscle growth with this dead-start exercise.
It's possible to be lean and still eat food that tastes good. Try these high-protein cookies. Easy recipe here.
Sit all day? Have shoulder pain? The movement can help with both. Here's how to work your way up to a full bridge.
Please say yes, please say yes. Actually, science is looking into it. Check out the research.
You've seen this exercise before. Now make it even more effective.
This very old-school exercise will hit your mid-back hard, but it also trains just about every upper body muscle group.
If your calves are smaller than your forearms, try this forgotten calf builder.
If your lats are lagging, you may not be activating them with your regular back training. Try this to really feel them.
Don't get a shoulder injury before you even start to do reps. Here's how to properly get your big weights in place.
Warning: This training method is brutal. Here's how to combine heavy weights with growth-producing time under tension.
Here's a new way to do the seated row and a favorite of NFL athletes.
It could be. Here's the truth about warming up, stretching, and mobility.
Bodybuilders do it. Figure competitors do it. Action stars do it. And they're all sending the wrong message.
Think the ol' ab wheel is tough? Try these more advanced variations.
Weak ankles and feet can inhibit the benefits of many lower body exercises. Here's a quick way to strengthen and stabilize them.
The pull-through is a great exercise for building glutes, but here are two ways to make it even better.
Most people have never tried this trap exercise. Try adding it to the end of your next trap-centered training session.