The single-arm push-up is one the most complete exercises you can do... if you know how to do it right. Here's how it should look.
The kettlebell swing is a great exercise. Here's how to do it without a kettlebell that's even better.
Take this old-school leg builder and make it even better for quad development. Here's how.
This core exercise will nail your obliques and even your glutes. No chain? Use a rope or a bar.
This crazy-looking training method will improve your bench press strength.
This odd-looking exercise puts the whole deltoid group under constant tension and works angles that aren't normally trained.
If your deadlift gets stuck halfway up, this accessory exercise will help unstick it.
Build muscle and boost your work capacity with this exercise combo.
Hit your abs, triceps, and chest. All you need is a medicine ball.
A fast, easy, and scientifically-backed way to increase force production on the bench press. Check it out.
Do this primer superset before you squat and you'll have the best workout of your life. Here's how to do it.
There's the standard plank exercise, the tougher one-arm plank, and then there's this – one of the toughest variations in existence.
This technique improves your bench press mechanics and pressing power. Here's how to do it.
Build your chest and improve your lifting mechanics with this bench press variation.
Barbell shrugs are great, but if that's all you do you're missing a major portion of the traps. Try this.
It's not a new exercise, but a better way to do pulldowns that will turn on muscle growth fast. Check it out.
This training method builds muscle several different ways, including increasing growth factors like IGF-1. Here's how to do it.
How heavy? Here's the science.
Build more strength and hit your pecs harder with this simple but challenging adjustment.
We know what performance-enhancing drugs can do for your muscles, but what about your mind? A new study has some answers.
If you only do standing shrugs, you're missing a big part of your traps. Try this.
When you do rows with a supinated grip, there's a greater overload stimulus on the biceps and you turn regular barbell rows into an arm AND back-builder.
First recruit all the muscle fibers you can, then fatigue them for massive gains. Here's how.
Build your delts AND keep them healthy with this challenging new exercise.