Are your favorite mobility drills actually working? Try these proven alternatives.
Also called the reverse inverted row, this odd-looking exercise boosts your bench press by teaching lat and upper back activation.
Simple, easy, satisfying, and it'll help keep those abs visible. Here's how it works.
Get your glutes, hamstrings, and upper back ready for heavy training with these simple movements.
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Without moving your hips back and forth, get a good stretch in the lats, then pull the bar into the lower abs.
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Got a bit of a pencil neck? This shrug variation will get your traps to explode in no time.
Squat multiple times per week for best results, but be smart about it with these load and style variations.
Master tension and build anti-rotation strength. Work up to 50 percent of bodyweight for 5-10 reps per side.
This push-back variation focuses more on your delts than your chest.
Generate more power. Press, throw, and punch like a beast. Use this drill.
This lift is a teaching tool. It helps you find the sweet spot for bar placement on regular front squats, and it teaches you to keep the elbows high.
Take an old exercise, add a new tool, and blow up your posterior chain. Here's how.
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This is a great chest training alternative when your shoulders don't tolerate being loaded in the bottom position in a traditional bench press.
This substance has a bad reputation, but it's relatively safe for mild metabolism boosts and appetite suppression.
People do this exercise with a dumbbell, but you'll get better results with an angled low cable.
Researchers study whether a new type of wobbly bar recruits more muscle than conventional steel bars.
For more gluteal activation, place the band around the feet.
To improve your deadlift, use a combo of strength-skill work and progressive range of motion training (PRM). Here's how.
Is it time for you to dump a favorite exercise and switch it for something new? Answer these three questions and you'll know.
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Turn on the pecs with this drop set to make subsequent pump work more effective.