Want to get the most out of push-ups? Make sure you can pass this test.
Tension builds muscle. Here's how to ramp it up to build your delts.
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.
Correct imbalances and boost athleticism. Oh yeah, this will build your butt and legs too.
This tough push-up variation not only hits your chest, it also challenges your core and improves shoulder stability.
Here are the two overlooked keys for building a massive chest.
Make the lateral raise work even better with this simple modification.
Avoid these 5 mistakes, skill up, and replace your boring cardio. Here's how.
This exercise basically combines all the benefits of a lateral raise, front raise, and band pull-apart.
Planks are pretty easy once you're beyond the newbie stage. Here's how to ramp them up.
Most people, including coaches, are doing their push-ups incorrectly. (That's how they can get so many reps.) Here's how to do them right.
Lifters often suffer from tight hip flexors. And most of them are stretching them wrong. Here’s the right way.
No motivation? Progress stalled in the gym? Here's how changing everything about your training can get you back on track.
Progress stagnated? Simplify. Here's how to do it and why it works.
Your diet doesn't have to have a catchy name. Just make sure it has these three traits shared by all successful diets.
Is sweat really an aphrodisiac? Here's what science has to say.
Some trainers call this bad form. Then again, some trainers are kinda dumb. Check it out.
Get them both by tweaking this big-three movement. Here's how.
This looks easy, until you try it. Build your grip, strengthen your core, and jack up your heart rate with this exercise.
Use the first-tension principle to build bigger, stronger arms. Here's how.
The kickback for triceps is known as a wimpy exercise, but the problem is that most people are doing it wrong. Here's an easy trick to make it work.
Use this 5-step assessment to know if you should stop a set or continue.
This popular exercise doesn't actually do much, unless you're a rank beginner. Here's why, plus a better exercise.
This is a great exercise for shoulders, core, and more. Easy to learn, challenging to do! Check it out.