Here are two tips guaranteed to boost your bench press.
Change up your workouts or you'll stop making progress. But change them too often and you'll never get good. Here's how to find the balance.
Following a program isn't realistic or even smart for many experienced lifters. At a certain point, you'll probably want to go “program-free.” Here's how.
Make your shoulders, upper back, and more feel great with this drill and its advanced variation.
Adding a band to your dips not only increases the tension at the top, it'll also naturally bend you forward for better pec stimulation.
Use this machine along with mechanical drop sets to ignite new muscle growth.
Every lifter needs more rotational work in his programming. Try this exercise.
A new type of intermittent fasting allows you to lose body fat fairly painlessly while simultaneously improving fitness.
Delayed onset muscle soreness can interfere with how much weight you can lift, and traditional methods do nothing to help it. Here's what will.
Strengthen the glutes for a better deadlift and squat, or just build a better butt, with the cable pull-through.
One way to make an exercise more challenging is to increase the range of motion. Here's an example.
It's a common mistake. Here's what it looks like and how to fix it.
Oddly, this common food additive is shunned in this country but it has a host of positive benefits.
All you need is big balls. Actually, just one big ball. Check it out.
Build your shoulders while preventing injuries with this stability-tension superset.
Can this butt-building exercise actually improve your back squat? Researchers have taken a look. You may be surprised.
Bodybuilders and recreational lifters need to do the opposite of what powerlifters do. Here's why.
Low back acting up? You can still train your lower body hard. Try this.
For best results, should you do slow reps or just more reps per set? Check out the new science here.
Abs respond better to weighted exercises, like this one, which is also called the prisoner crunch.
The evidence is impressive. Ignore it at your own peril.
Deadlifting with a mixed grip (one hand under, one hand over) is a mistake for most lifters.
New research shows that the world's most popular alcoholic drink has some surprising health benefits.
Maybe they think it's functional. Maybe they think it's innovative. Maybe they just need attention. Whatever. This trend has to stop.