Target those forgotten back muscles in a whole new way with this exercise. Here's how to do it.
This twist on the dumbbell row will light up your rear delts and lats like nothing else. Check it out.
Here's an exercise that ramps up every part of the hypertrophy process for bigger, stronger legs.
This exercise is half muscle-builder and half metcon. Here's how to do it.
This is sometimes called the fat-man pull-up, but it's a great back builder for everyone. Here's how to do it
Here's how to take this old school upper-body builder and make it work even better.
Nail your abs, triceps and chest with this exercise combo you can do anywhere.
Want arms that not only look strong, but ARE strong? Try this exercise combo.
Don't get a shoulder injury before you even start to do reps. Here's how to properly get your big weights in place.
The one-arm row is one of the most butchered exercises. Here's how to do it effectively. As a bonus, it'll improve your shoulder health.
And it may even help you fight disease and live longer. Check it out.
This is an injury waiting to happen. Here's what to avoid and how to fix the problem.
Want to get the most out of push-ups? Make sure you can pass this test.
These two routines are not only fat incinerators, they'll also help to build your glutes and quads. Check 'em out.
Trigger hypertrophy in your stubborn biceps using this trick.
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.
High-rep sets build muscle. Heavier, low-rep sets do too. Here's how to do them both in the same workout.
The muscle-bound myth is dead, or at least it should be. Here's why even athletes need some meathead hypertrophy training.
What's the most effective workout? The best eating plan? Apply these 7 proven decision-making methods and you'll know.
Your diet doesn't have to have a catchy name. Just make sure it has these three traits shared by all successful diets.
It's easy to do, but psychologically tough at first. And that's a good thing.
Which grip is best for you: clean grip or crossed arms? For most lifters, it's neither. It's the strapped method.
This anthocyanin improves body comp, but does it work even better than we thought? Check out this new research.