He has more sex and is happier too. Check out the study.
Bad posture? Try this if you're chronically internally rotated at the shoulders. Good for rear delts and upper back too.
A back exercise. A core strength exercise. A much-tougher-than-it-looks exercise. Try it!
Build your quads and improve your standard deadlift with this variation.
See this pro bodybuilder's recommendation for dietary fat. Hint: It's the opposite of the USDA.
Murder your legs with this variation. Do 1-2 sets of 8-10 reps at the end of leg day.
Single-leg trap bar exercises in the style of the Reeves deadlift (hands on plates, not bar) provides the perfect stimulus for crushing every muscle in the body.
New research shows that cussing can boost anaerobic power and grip strength. Here's the science.
If chest size if your goal, don't use the common spread-the-bar-apart cue. Instead, squeeze the bar in. Here's why.
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Looks crazy, but when used as a supplement to your regular benching it can really promote healthy shoulders and boost your standard bench press.
This targets the glutes, hamstrings, postural muscles and, of course, the rear delts.
Can you pass it? Here are the rules.
This RDL variation, using a barbell placed in a corner, really nails your glutes.
This mental exercise is harder than you think. Try it for a week and become a tougher, happier person.
Are the top CrossFitter's really the fittest all-around athletes? Here's one strength coach's opinion.
Stimulate new back growth by changing the angle. Use a Landmine device (or place a bar in a corner). Attach a band for a more intense peak contraction.
Get back to the basics of hypertrophy training with these proven methods.
Get a better workout every single time you walk into the gym. Here's how.
A great back exercise, especially for athletes.
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If foam rolling and stretching isn't improving your squat mobility, here's what to do instead.
The power pull using a hex bar with high handles is a great alternative to Olympic lifts for taller lifters who want to build explosiveness.
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.