Pretend you're standing on a clock and finish off leg day with 3 sets of 10 (each leg).
Close grip or traditional grip? If an athlete wants to transfer strength into power, here's what science says is the best choice.
Force those hamstrings to grow! Lift with two legs, then overload the negative by lowering with one leg. Switch to both legs when you hit failure.
Yes, this is very advanced. First master the plank and the single-arm plank before trying it on rings with added load.
Avoid decision fatigue, improve diet adherence, and reach your body comp goals. Here's how.
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.
Stubborn rear delts? Punish them until they grow with this 100 rep drop set. Use partials at first, then full range on the last drop.
Whether your goal is fat loss or muscle gain, here's a simple trick to increase your odds and boost diet compliance.
Also called the Bradford press, this continuous tension movement is a great delt-day finisher.
Two great mobility drills combined into a fast, effective warm-up.
The evidence is impressive. Ignore it at your own peril.
Try these two surprising but common-sense tips and one really cool kitchen-chemistry tip to make fat loss a lot easier.
What happens when you combine several popular recovery methods? This new study tested it out.
These expensive protein powders aren't giving you anything you won't get from non-grass fed, non-organic protein powders. Here's why.
If you can plank for more than 30 seconds, you need a more advanced variation. Try this.
Deadlifting with a mixed grip (one hand under, one hand over) is a mistake for most lifters.
Trying to lose fat? Can't drop calories any lower? Then it's time to reverse diet and keep the fat loss coming. Here's how.
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.
Mark Dugdale uses this depletion circuit as part of his contest prep.
Stagger your stance, think bend and extend, and use the pane-of-glass cue to get the best results from standing curls.
The rack pull is an awesome lift. Try it using a trap bar and constant tension, as shown here, along with heavier, dead-stop reps.
Sure, your phone has a timer, but taking a stopwatch to the gym can help you ramp up training density without distractions. Here's how.