Fix the most common problems and learn to perform it the right way to target the muscles you most want to improve.
If kipping your pull-ups is cheating, then this little trick is just the opposite. It'll make pull-ups even more challenging and keep your form tight.
Experiencing shoulder pain during overhead pressing? Use a foam roller and this simple warm-up to fix it.
Shake up your back training with this exercise variation that really targets the lats.
It started out as a fine idea, at least for very overweight people, then things got weird.
The muscle-up looks cool, but if you're using bad technique then it's just a trick. Here's how to make it into an effective exercise.
This is one of the best overall torso and core builders. Here's how to do it.
This is an injury waiting to happen. Here's what to avoid and how to fix the problem.
Here's a challenging, but smart way to build strength fast.
Not only is this is a great exercise the lower body, it'll also improve your squat. Here's how.
The scientific way to increase satiation and reduce calorie intake. And it only takes about 20 seconds.
Want to get the most out of push-ups? Make sure you can pass this test.
For complete shoulder development, don't forget the anterior delts. This complex with light them up.
Tension builds muscle. Here's how to ramp it up to build your delts.
It looks crazy, but it'll build your delts and overhead strength like nothing else.
Do this before your regular deadlift session and you'll perform better. Or just do it for bigger, stronger traps and lats. Here's how.
Use this movement as a warm-up, to build more explosive power, or to get better at Olympic-style lifting.
Sounds contradictory, but it's true. Here's why.
Want to do a proper kettlebell swing? Get kicked in the junk. Really, that's the perfect form cue. Here's why.
Here are three universal rules for the deadlift that work for just about every lifter.
A lot of people today foam roll their backs before or after training, but most are doing it wrong. Here's how to do it right.
Make the lateral raise work even better with this simple modification.
All you need is a band and the ability withstand excruciating pain. Here's how to do it.