Here's how to take this old school upper-body builder and make it work even better.
It's possible to be lean and still eat food that tastes good. Try these high-protein cookies. Easy recipe here.
This very old-school exercise will hit your mid-back hard, but it also trains just about every upper body muscle group.
Weak ankles and feet can inhibit the benefits of many lower body exercises. Here's a quick way to strengthen and stabilize them.
There are a lot of pros in the fitness field, but there are even more faux pros. Spot them and avoid them. Here's why.
How you start your calf workout can make a big difference in the results you'll get. Always do this first.
The kettlebell swing is a great movement. Problem is, most people are butchering it and getting none of the benefits. Let's fix that.
The stronger and more athletic you are, the more you need to add this move into your program. Check it out.
The scientific way to increase satiation and reduce calorie intake. And it only takes about 20 seconds.
If you always need to be externally motivated, you're not a lifter. You're a hobbyist. Here's why.
Find the type of training that fits your neurological and psychological profile and you'll succeed. Here's how.
These two routines are not only fat incinerators, they'll also help to build your glutes and quads. Check 'em out.
Everyone knows how to curl, right? Wrong. Here's how to really curl to build your biceps.
As if these things weren't taxing enough, here's a new variation to try.
Most lifters over-pull when doing pull-ups and lat pulldowns. Here's why that's not good and what the movement should look like.
The muscle snatch is the best Olympic-style lift for those who just want to get bigger and stronger. It's also easy to learn. Here's how to do it.
Most people, including coaches, are doing their push-ups incorrectly. (That's how they can get so many reps.) Here's how to do them right.
Your diet doesn't have to have a catchy name. Just make sure it has these three traits shared by all successful diets.
Some trainers call this bad form. Then again, some trainers are kinda dumb. Check it out.
Most people can't even do it on their knees, much less standing. (Wait, that sounds dirty.) Here's how you can master it.
Add this to your workout and make your pull-ups easier, your arms jacked, and your shoulders healthy.
If the bar is slipping out of your hands on the deadlift, your grip isn't strong enough. But since grip strength is mostly neural, it doesn't take long to see drastic improvements if you work on it.
Use this 5-step assessment to know if you should stop a set or continue.
This is a great exercise for shoulders, core, and more. Easy to learn, challenging to do! Check it out.