Build strength and power by starting your bench press from a dead-start position. Here's how.
Build more overhead strength using this concentric-based movement.
Improve your rate of force development with this variation of the jerk.
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This classic strength training method has you starting the lift from the bottom with the concentric portion of the movement.
Test your mobility, stability, and strength with this overhead exercise.
New research shows that one type of training may decrease cellular aging and DNA damage, but another type may increase it.
Once you master the muscle-up, progress by adding weight just as you would a pull-up.
Have you become neuromuscularly complacent? Try this core strength test and find out.
This has been a favorite of figure competitors for years now. Here's a couple new ways to do it.
Build better shoulder and back stability and your bench numbers will blow up. Here's what to do.
The most common push-up mistake is letting the hips sag. Here's a simple cue to fix that problem instantly.
Turns out, more pain doesn't equal more gain. Here's the latest science.
Get better results from the butt-building hip thrust with these tips.
This tough rollout variation will nail your core and your lats. Do 3 to 6 sets of 5 to 8 rolls.
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Get radically strong in the squat, jerk, bench press and overhead press. Try this.
When it comes to muscle recovery, does freezing your glutes off actually work? Here's what two studies discovered.
Rotator cuff work keeps your shoulders healthy. Coach Tumminello discusses why a popular exercise doesn't do the trick and shows you a better one.
Science shows that recovery rates stay fairly consistent in the young and old(er). Take a look.
Make the ab rollout even better by lifting your feet up. This takes the hamstrings out of the movement and makes your core work harder.
Doing lots of different exercises is more important than changing up sets and reps according to new research. Take a look.
This bent-knee variation works best for most people because it keeps the hip flexors from taking over.
No, you don't have to gain a ton of fat to build muscle, but you do need to be realistic. Here's a little reality check.