If you have access to this machine, you've got no excuse. Don't let your opportunity for posterior chain gains go to waste.
Strengthen your glutes and hamstrings with the sumo deadlift. Here's how it's done.
Do these drills before you press or pull to alleviate upper body tension and tightness, and prevent injury.
Rhomboids are a weak link for many lifters. Target them like this. Use a close grip attachment and pull down to the sternum. Flare the elbows out at a 90-degree angle.
Known as box breathing in military circles, this technique can also be used by lifters to improve performance. Check it out.
As if ab rollouts weren't hard enough, here's how to ramp up the intensity and effectiveness one more notch.
The one-rep max is a great way to brag about how much you can lift. It's also unnecessary for most lifters. Here's why.
Even many so-called experts teach it incorrectly. Let's set things straight.
Want bigger arms? Do the twist: supinate at the top. Here's how.
Is your smart watch or fitness band giving you accurate information? Here's the latest science.
Use this drill in any warm-up before squats or deadlifts. Check it out.
From the hang, fire the dumbbell up. Drive through the heels, fully extending the hips. Drive the elbow high and catch it overhead with knees slightly bent.
Add this simple technique fix to your push-ups and you'll get much better results.
Prime your nervous system, boost performance, and increase joint health with this warm-up.
A simple, painful way to build a stubborn chest. Check it out.
Add this mechanical drop-set to the end of your upper-body workouts: reverse flyes, external rotations, face pulls. Do 6-10 reps each, no rest between, in that order.
Can you do all five of these things? You should be able to. Check the list.
Try wide dips using rings or other suspension devices. It's extremely tough, but safer for achy shoulders. And it really builds your chest.
Flyes using rings, TRX, or Blast Straps are highly effective, but you can make them even better by setting the rings further apart. This really scorches the pecs.
Do five round of these movements to warm up for a big squat or do them on off days for recovery.
Build your stubborn hamstrings with two tricks: use a band to increase the intensity of the peak contraction, and point your toes on the negative.
Thinking about adding some weightlifting to your program? Here's a quick overview of the split jerk.
Fixing your shoulder issues can even make your upper back and triceps feel better. Here's why and how to do it.
The hang snatch is one of the best explosive power movements. Here's a quick breakdown.