Trouble pressing overhead? It could be a mobility issue. Try this drill.
There are two stages to staying motivated enough to reach your goal. Most people get stuck in the first stage... and don't even know about the second.
The Z press is the ultimate exercise to test your ability to keep your posture while pressing something overhead.
This accessory lift teaches you to use proper form before moving to the standing barbell press.
New research reveals some disappointing news about ketogenic diets and muscle growth.
Fat intake is not a one-size-fits-all deal. Here's why and how to adjust.
In this variation of the Tabata method, do 20 seconds of front squats, rest 10 seconds, and repeat 8 times. Good luck!
Training and diet not enough shed that last bit of fat around your belly? There are a few supps proven to eliminate trouble spots.
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!
See this pro bodybuilder's recommendation for dietary fat. Hint: It's the opposite of the USDA.
This common gym implement will keep your squats honest by ensuring full range of motion on every rep.
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.
A one-bowl breakfast that contains a huge portion of the protein, nutrients, essential fats, and even supplements you'll need for the day.
Having a TV-induced craving? Don't suffer needlessly, but don't blow your diet either. Here's what to eat.
Choose the right sources and dairy is not only healthy, it's also a muscle-building powerhouse.
If you can't do your bodyweight for 6-8 reps, then it's time to bring up your single-leg strength.
If chest size if your goal, don't use the common spread-the-bar-apart cue. Instead, squeeze the bar in. Here's why.
This targets the glutes, hamstrings, postural muscles and, of course, the rear delts.
This RDL variation, using a barbell placed in a corner, really nails your glutes.
The biceps have two functions, to supinate and flex the arm. The single-arm barbell curl provides a brutal stimulus to both.
This mental exercise is harder than you think. Try it for a week and become a tougher, happier person.
Get a better workout every single time you walk into the gym. Here's how.