Every lifter asks this question.
The O-lifts are getting more popular, but some folks are jumping into them too fast. Here's how to know if you're ready.
To build your mid-back, use a wider supinated grip and take a solid pause as the bar touches your upper chest.
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A safer, smarter way to stretch the pecs.
Supersets are great for bodybuilding, if you plan them wisely. Check out this new science.
For bigger quads, the reverse static lunge beats the forward version.
Reduce intramuscular scar tissue at this critical spot to avoid future injuries and dysfunction. Here's how.
Learn to brace, no over-arch, with these form cues.
Either they're trying to look more advanced than they are or they're just trying something they saw on TV. Either way, this is bad business.
Not interested in learning the full O-lifts? Build athleticism and power anyway with these two easier-to-learn exercises.
For a more effective concentration curl, use an incline bench and forcefully squeeze the dumbbells together. Contract extra hard at the top.
All you need to do is diet and you'll have abs, right? Not really. It's a bit more nuanced than what your favorite meme says. Here's why.
Grab a partner and give this growth-inducing triceps exercise a shot.
Here's an easy way to improve your curl form, lift more weight safely, and trigger more hypertrophy.
The lowering phase of the curl is where a lot of the muscle damage, and thus growth, is created. Don't just drop the bar.
Combining two of the silliest things in the gym – the Smith machine and the BOSU ball – actually makes for a fantastic ab exercise. Try it.
Adding a band to this machine provides continuous tension and an intense contraction at the top of every rep.
Hold one side isometrically in the contracted position at the bottom while the other side is moving. Add bands to really ramp it up.
Here's how to run slower, punch slower, and miss the ball more. Wait, you don't want that? Then avoid dumb training methods like this.
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Here's are two functional strength exercises that are actually functional for athletes and everyone else who occasionally gets off the couch.
You've seen people doing this in your gym. Here's why it's idiotic.
Does your back suck compared to your chest? Do your triceps lag behind your biceps? Whatever your puny muscle group is, here's how to fix it.