Improve your hip hinge and strengthen your butt with this simple move.
Don't let the fitness police keep you from doing this safe and proven strength-building lift.
The vastus medialis muscle often lags behind in strength. Use this exercise to bring it up and prevent injuries.
No, not three dumbbells, dummy, but an overhead press performed with three different techniques without rest. Check it out.
The science of the ripple effect, plus some controversial research on why couples either get fat or stay lean.
Probably, but a new study says that we might be way overthinking it. Check it out.
For hip hinge exercises like RDLs and deadlifts, watch out for this common mistake.
Do this for only one set at the very end of your triceps workout. First iso-hold 20 seconds, second 15 seconds, last hold for 10 seconds.
All you need is big balls. Actually, just one big ball. Check it out.
If you could only choose one exercise to train your core, it should be the single-arm plank.
Avoid decision fatigue, improve diet adherence, and reach your body comp goals. Here's how.
Hip flexion good. Trunk flexion bad. Here's why and what each looks like so you can make sure your form is correct.
You can't just keep slapping on more weight forever. Sooner or later, you have to use other methods to keep muscle growing. Here are the 7 best ways to do it.
What happens when you combine several popular recovery methods? This new study tested it out.
Deadlifting with a mixed grip (one hand under, one hand over) is a mistake for most lifters.
Boost your athleticism, improve coordination, and set your quads and lungs on fire with this do-anywhere drill.
A meta-study looks at whether lowering a weight slowly really builds more muscle than lifting it fast.
Science reveals more good news about the world's second favorite drink.
Some biceps exercises look different but actually stimulate the muscles the exact same way, making them redundant. Here's what to avoid.
The rear-leg elevated split squat isn't actually used by Bulgarian weightlifters, but hey, it's still a great exercise.
This new version of an age-old powerlifting exercise will really sizzle that backside.
A safer, smarter way to stretch the pecs.
A new research paper looks at the body of studies on a compound that regulates mTOR, leading to new muscle synthesis.
For bigger quads, the reverse static lunge beats the forward version.