It started out as a fine idea, at least for very overweight people, then things got weird.
This old-school move has been all but forgotten. Too bad, it's one of the best split squat or lunge variations. Here's how to do it.
Most people only do shrugs standing up. Maybe that's why most people have small traps. Try this for complete trap development.
Got knee pain or recovering from an injury? You don't have to watch your quads or your leg strength dwindle away. Try these 3 moves.
Follow these simple steps and make a muscle-building meal that tastes so good you'll forget it's good for you.
The kettlebell swing is a great movement. Problem is, most people are butchering it and getting none of the benefits. Let's fix that.
Combine these two methods for fast muscle growth. Here's how.
Bring up your side or lateral delts and you'll change the whole look of your physique. Try this exercise.
This combo exercise will nail every part of your chest. Check it out.
Yes, this is a safe exercise... if you do it right. Here's exactly how.
Not only is this is a great exercise the lower body, it'll also improve your squat. Here's how.
Want to get the most out of push-ups? Make sure you can pass this test.
For complete shoulder development, don't forget the anterior delts. This complex with light them up.
Tension builds muscle. Here's how to ramp it up to build your delts.
It looks crazy, but it'll build your delts and overhead strength like nothing else.
Most lifters struggle with getting their weight back on the deadlift. That leads to poor form and poor performance. Here's how to easily fix it.
What's best, a wide or narrow elbow position? Neither. Here's the best push-up form to use.
Correct imbalances and boost athleticism. Oh yeah, this will build your butt and legs too.
If you only do pulldowns and rows for lats, you're missing something... like your lats in many cases. Try this to really target them.
Can't get comfortable with the front squat? These drills will get you there.
This tough push-up variation not only hits your chest, it also challenges your core and improves shoulder stability.
Use this movement as a warm-up, to build more explosive power, or to get better at Olympic-style lifting.
With the 2/1 technique, you lift the weight using two limbs and lower the weight with one limb. Here's how it looks.