Do your arms take over during back training? Then you need to try this exercise.
This is an awesome exercise for horizontal pressing power. It increases explosiveness and helps you recruit more muscle.
Here's a quick overview of four methods more advanced lifters use to bench press more weight and keep the gains coming.
This tough core exercise will also build shoulder strength and mobility. Take a look.
Train insane or remain the same? Makes a catchy slogan, but it's ultimately a dumb idea. Here's why.
Build your grip strength, forearms, and biceps with only one rep of this move. Check it out.
Box jumps are great, but most people do them wrong, or for the wrong purpose. Here's what you need to know.
Your need to inspire others is lame, ego-driven, and delusional. Here's why, snowflake.
Want to really test your bench press and chin-up? Try this!
Nail your abs and upper body with fall-outs. Here's how.
Do the eccentric accentuated push press. Fancy name, brutal strength exercise.
Finish off your shoulder workout with this effective (but painful) exercise technique.
Do your wrist curls like this for Popeye forearms.
The kneeling rest-pause chin-up builds explosiveness and helps you perfect your form on regular chin-ups. Here's how to do it.
Calves won't grow? You're probably going too fast. Hold the bottom position for around 5 seconds and the top for 3.
Fix your form and build your shoulders. Here's how.
Stimulate new biceps growth by holding the weight at 90 degrees for 20 seconds, then performing curls until failure.
Here's how those so-called healthy breakfast cereals are making you chubby and weak.
Add accommodating resistance to curls for new growth. Get a band and angle it so it provides maximum resistance at the top of the movement.
This is the most deceptively difficult core exercise you'll ever do: a single-arm plank holding the eccentric isometric position of a renegade row.
Use this technique to make your regular barbell and dumbbell lunges work even better.
Bench heavier and blast through plateaus. Here's how.
Increase range of motion, get stronger, and become more athletic. Do this drill.
Partial-range reps develop strength better than just doing full range reps. Here's how and when to use them.