With this Romanian deadlift variation, you don't reset the bar every rep. Lighten the weight a bit and shoot for constant tension.
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.
This exercise will boost your front squat strength and improve your form. If you can hold for more than 30 seconds with 135 pounds, you're awesome.
Take this advice from a researcher and bodybuilder.
Fat intake is not a one-size-fits-all deal. Here's why and how to adjust.
Aim to complete 50 reps in four minutes, breaking up the sets and rest periods as needed. Work up to using your bodyweight on the bar.
Fructose has a bad reputation. But one source of fructose won't damage the liver, doesn't affect insulin sensitivity, and won't make you chubby.
See this pro bodybuilder's recommendation for dietary fat. Hint: It's the opposite of the USDA.
Learning a new Olympic lift or any athletic movement? Just do this after you practice and you'll accelerate motor learning.
Do this simple stretch to avoid pec injuries, bicep tears, wrist pain, and even tendinitis.
Phytochemicals, fiber, filling low-calorie volume... try this for one week and you'll get it all.
Let's take a closer look at training science, bro-science, and the gurus who claim to know it all.
This is a true multi-functional exercise. It not only works the rear delts, but it nails the entire posterior chain from head to toe.
When doing loaded carries for grip strength, don't go fast. Focus on time under tension. Shoot for around a 30 meter walk.
Add bands to this booty builder to get even better results.
There's a lot of misinformation out there about the good ol' ab crunch. Here's the truth, backed by science.
Use this tool to find out if you're recovered enough for another heavy session.
Think you have to crush PRs every week to make progress? Not so. Here's the truth.
This accessory lift teaches you to maintain tension, and it increases time under tension during most lifters' weakest phase of the deadlift.
This is brutal, and you actually do it as part of your warm-up. Take a look.
This stuff helps reduce soreness from hard training, but its potential benefits go far beyond that. Check this out.
Getting ripped is tough. Staying ripped can be tougher. Here's how one pro does it.
Pittsburg Pirates outfielder, Austin Meadows, demonstrates this variation of the rope row. Note the hand rotation for more activation of the lats and upper back.
Try this before your next bench session to lift heavier and stay safer.