If you can hold a plank for longer than 10 seconds, you've outgrown the exercise. Progress it with this resisted variation.
Add bands to this booty builder to get even better results.
Use this simple technique to prevent overuse injuries and ease your elbow pain.
There's a lot of misinformation out there about the good ol' ab crunch. Here's the truth, backed by science.
If you're using good form, this will practically train your entire body.
Use this tool to find out if you're recovered enough for another heavy session.
This should scare you into bed early.
Think you have to crush PRs every week to make progress? Not so. Here's the truth.
Here the stability ball acts as a cam, providing constant, equal tension. Try this instead of cable chops for core work.
Add some weight and rest-pause style reps to your inverted rows to make this so-called sissy exercise into a real back builder.
Most lifters have tight hip flexors. Here's how to fix them up.
This stuff helps reduce soreness from hard training, but its potential benefits go far beyond that. Check this out.
Tension builds muscle. Stop your reps just short of lockout if your main goal is hypertrophy. It's a good finisher after your full ROM sets.
This exercise hits both the long and short heads of the biceps, which most biceps exercises can't do.
Suspension dips are easier on your shoulders. As a bonus, you'll get a better pec contraction compared to bar dips.
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.
Some exercises just don't fit your body type. Others are hard to set up. Here's how to make those awkward exercises work for you.
Test your upper-body strength in a new way and develop control and stability. Work up to doing at least 5 solid reps per side.
Using a tight, controlled range of motion (reducing any leg kicking) forces your abs to do more work.
Wake up your upper back, shoulder stabilizers, and more with this simple warm-up exercise.
For this exercise, a short range of motion is superior. If you knees/legs go too far down, it just becomes a hip flexor exercise.
Do a couple of these drills before you lift and you'll get the best workout you've had this year.
Here's a simple way to remember to add some variety to your training.