Flex your programming muscles, make your joints feel better, and accelerate progress. Here's how.
If foam rolling and stretching isn't improving your squat mobility, here's what to do instead.
It's time to let your instincts take over, for a while at least. Ditch your workout plan and try this.
Do 8 reps on the preacher, then go straight into alternating curls, progressively increasing the number of reps until you hit 4 reps each side.
If you're trying to lose fat, keep your distance from these things.
This is a great sequence to work around knee issues, and it's awesome for hypertrophy.
This challenging variation is easy on your cranky shoulders. Take a look.
Is that new exercise worth doing? Sometimes. And sometimes not.
Some exercises are goofy looking and don't work very well. But some goofy-looking exercises are very effective. This is one of them.
Here's a new way to deadlift that really nails the glutes and quads.
Eat your vegetables they say. But what if veggies just make you bloated and cause digestion issues? Here are some tips.
Want to boost your big three? Use CAT squats, T-shirt benches, and paused deads. Here's how.
It looks like an overhead press, but it's really one of the most brutal core exercises you can do. Check it out.
If you can hold a plank for longer than 10 seconds, you've outgrown the exercise. Progress it with this resisted variation.
Add bands to this booty builder to get even better results.
Good exercise to hit your hams and glutes, but there's a way to make it even better. Check this out.
Do more pull-ups and do them with more weight strapped to your body. How? Use this cool training method.
Got long arms or a very thick upper body? You'll get better rotation, a better contraction, and better results with this variation.
Use this simple technique to prevent overuse injuries and ease your elbow pain.
If your main goal is building big quads, then it's perfectly fine (and perfectly safe) to use the Smith machine. Here's why.
Get-ups are great for improving stability, core strength, and mobility, and you don't have to have a kettlebell to do them.
In this big/tall guy version of the leg raise, use bent elbows, tuck the knees, and lever from the shoulder joint.
Leg extensions are bad, right? Dangerous and useless? Well, not so fast. Here's the science.
Brace the trunk, engage the glutes and hams, and hit full hip extension on each raise.