Pretend you're standing on a clock and finish off leg day with 3 sets of 10 (each leg).
If you could only choose one exercise to train your core, it should be the single-arm plank.
What does a boring diet plan have to do with willpower and getting shredded? Quite a lot actually. Here's why.
Also called the Bradford press, this continuous tension movement is a great delt-day finisher.
You can't just keep slapping on more weight forever. Sooner or later, you have to use other methods to keep muscle growing. Here are the 7 best ways to do it.
For best results, should you do slow reps or just more reps per set? Check out the new science here.
Deadlifting with a mixed grip (one hand under, one hand over) is a mistake for most lifters.
Eat your meals this way and you'll be able to control your waistline better than ever before.
Boost your athleticism, improve coordination, and set your quads and lungs on fire with this do-anywhere drill.
Mark Dugdale uses this depletion circuit as part of his contest prep.
Stagger your stance, think bend and extend, and use the pane-of-glass cue to get the best results from standing curls.
If you're not a powerlifter, or it's not the right time in your training cycle, then going for a PR is just plain dumb. Here's why.
Sure, your phone has a timer, but taking a stopwatch to the gym can help you ramp up training density without distractions. Here's how.
Pro bodybuilders, hot fitness chicks, strongmen, and even powerlifters sometimes use the Smith machine. Here's why.
Maybe they think it's functional. Maybe they think it's innovative. Maybe they just need attention. Whatever. This trend has to stop.
Start with one rep of each exercise, then do two on the next round. Keep the ladder going until you're doing 10 reps per movement on the last round. No rest!
Looks odd, but this is a great fat-burning finisher. Do 6 reps per side for 8 minutes straight.
Toss this conditioning finisher in at the end of your next upper-body workout to burn some extra fat. Do 4 sets of 12 reps.
Lower under control, keep the torso upright, and only lightly touch the knee to the floor. Weight vest and chains optional, but definitely cool looking.
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.
This new version of an age-old powerlifting exercise will really sizzle that backside.
A safer, smarter way to stretch the pecs.
A new research paper looks at the body of studies on a compound that regulates mTOR, leading to new muscle synthesis.