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.
It looks crazy, but it'll build your delts and overhead strength like nothing else.
Most lifters struggle with getting their weight back on the deadlift. That leads to poor form and poor performance. Here's how to easily fix it.
What's best, a wide or narrow elbow position? Neither. Here's the best push-up form to use.
Correct imbalances and boost athleticism. Oh yeah, this will build your butt and legs too.
Not feeling motivated? Here are three ways to snap out of it and throw some iron around.
Can't get comfortable with the front squat? These drills will get you there.
This tough push-up variation not only hits your chest, it also challenges your core and improves shoulder stability.
Sounds contradictory, but it's true. Here's why.
With the 2/1 technique, you lift the weight using two limbs and lower the weight with one limb. Here's how it looks.
Finish off your next leg day with a few sets of these. This is a great technique if your main goal is muscle growth.
If you always need to be externally motivated, you're not a lifter. You're a hobbyist. Here's why.
Crank the incline and get ready to torch some fat. Try this workout made popular by an NFL Combine prep coach.
Find the type of training that fits your neurological and psychological profile and you'll succeed. Here's how.
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.
Here's a challenging new way to do dips that'll help you move like a gymnast.
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.
Do squats hurt, and not in a good way? This drill will help you fix your squat mechanics and technique.
Trigger hypertrophy in your stubborn biceps using this trick.
This exercise basically combines all the benefits of a lateral raise, front raise, and band pull-apart.
Feeling butt hurt? Like literal butt hurt? Stop rolling on a lacrosse ball to target the piriformis. Here's a better way.