This may look weird, but it improves your bench press mechanics, shoulder health, and chest growth.
To get jacked and heal injuries at the same time, make sure you're getting enough of this.
The squat-stance deadlift combines the best elements of conventional and sumo. Here's how to do it.
Power up this traditional dessert and feed the gainz.
Here's a new move that beats the snot out of your regular triceps exercises.
These odd-looking but highly effective pressing exercises build slabs of muscle and even improve your lifting mechanics.
Your sleeping habits affect your eating habits. Check out this new research.
Here's just about everything you need to know about deadlift variations.
Do popular fasting diets set you up for future gains in abdominal fat? Science is giving us clues. Check this out.
Challenge your core stability with get-up presses. Here are a couple of challenging ways to do them.
Here's why certain words and phrases might just lead to bigger muscles and heavier PRs.
The KB swing is one of the best exercises you can do... but not if you make this form mistake. Here's a great trick for fixing it.
Are you good at plyo push-ups? Good! Now try this variation.
Build power with this unique Olympic lifting variation. Here's how to do it.
Is your smartphone making your workout dumb? Or does it make your workout better? Science has some answers.
Eat more protein. Here's an easy, no sugar added, ridiculously tasty way to do it.
This is a hybrid of dynamic stretching and static stretching. Great for recovery. Check it out.
This odd-looking exercise adds width to the shoulders. Here's how to do it.
Build lats, traps, and shoulders with this suspension exercise. Strengthens your core and grip too.
Build your bench press, and a bigger chest, with this explosive push-up variation. 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.
You know to avoid most processed foods, but you probably don't know the whole story. A few of these will surprise you.
Use this training method as a finisher, a pre-exhaust technique, or just to boost your pull-up strength.
Here's an exercise that ramps up every part of the hypertrophy process for bigger, stronger legs.