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.
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.
Not feeling motivated? Here are three ways to snap out of it and throw some iron around.
Want to do a proper kettlebell swing? Get kicked in the junk. Really, that's the perfect form cue. Here's why.
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.
Make the lateral raise work even better with this simple modification.
Trigger hypertrophy in your stubborn biceps using this trick.
Build your lats by tweaking the classic pullover. Here's how.
If you can do a ton of weight or a ton of reps on this exercise, you're doing it wrong. Here's how to make it really work.
Planks are pretty easy once you're beyond the newbie stage. Here's how to ramp them up.
It's nasty and uncomfortable, but it'll make you bigger and stronger. Here's how to do it.
Top deadlifters know how to use a belt to stay safer and lift heavier. Here are two common mistakes to avoid.
Here's an easy way to strengthen your abs. And a hard way. And a ridiculously hard way. Take a look.
Most lifters over-pull when doing pull-ups and lat pulldowns. Here's why that's not good and what the movement should look like.
You don't have to give up pressing just because your shoulders are cranky or you're rehabbing an injury. Just do it like this.
What's the best diet and training plan for YOU? Here's the smart way to find out.
Biceps looking deflated? Combine these two training methods to get them growing again.
Here's how your personal demons can make you better.
Do you hitch your heavy deadlifts or PR attempts? Use this assistance exercise to fix your problem: weak glutes.
In the deadlift, if you can break the bar off the floor but struggle mid-shin, the problem is likely weak quads. Here's one way to fix it.
The muscle-bound myth is dead, or at least it should be. Here's why even athletes need some meathead hypertrophy training.
It's easy to do, but psychologically tough at first. And that's a good thing.