Build that back. Hold the first rep for 10 seconds, then knock out 8-10 reps.
Crank up your plank with this tough variation.
The bench press is great for overall strength, but not a great pec builder... unless you use these two tricks.
Strengthen your core, improve your posture, and make your back feel awesome with one exercise. Check it out here.
Following a program isn't realistic or even smart for many experienced lifters. At a certain point, you'll probably want to go “program-free.” Here's how.
Adding a band to your dips not only increases the tension at the top, it'll also naturally bend you forward for better pec stimulation.
It happens to coaches and trainers, and it can happen to you too.
Initiate the pull from the floor with the hams. A common mistake is starting too fast off the floor. The feet leave the floor to re-adjust stance width.
Get greater activation of the lats and upper back with this exercise variation.
Can you pass this test? If you can't, make sure you're foam rolling and stretching your lats regularly.
This elbow-friendly exercise will blast your triceps like nothing else. It's like a hybrid between a pullover and an extension.
Start with full reps, then do top-half partials, and finish with bottom-half partials. Your lats will hate you, but you'll love the results.
Newbies do, but how about advanced lifters? Here's why intuition and autoregulation is often best.
Here's the latest info (pros and cons) on the tastiest pain reducer and inflammation fighter.
This exercise does a great job preparing the body for your sport, and of course it's a very effective hamstring and glute builder.
Here's how to turn a squat into a very challenging core exercise.
You should feel this variation almost entirely in your glutes. Start with body weight for around 10 reps.
Yes, your workout needs structure. But it also needs to be flexible, which often leads to more gains. Here's why and how to do it.
Believe it or not, this will make you a better squatter and make those cranky knees feel awesome. Here's why and how to do it.
Yes, this is super weird. But it nails the transverse abdominis (the deep core muscle that's like a natural weight belt) and even the internal obliques.
Simple strategies for controlling your food intake when you're cutting or packing in the extra calories for mass gains.
Work stress leads to bad sleep. And bad sleep saps your willpower and leads to poor food choices at night. Here's how to break the cycle.
What does a boring diet plan have to do with willpower and getting shredded? Quite a lot actually. Here's why.
Blow out all your air on the way down and contract hard. Do 10-12 reps.