This classic exercise is tough, but it'll build your biceps much better than standard curls. Here's how to do it.
Most people leave out this part of the ab training equation. Don't do that. Try this challenging exercise.
To get all the health benefits of tomatoes, you have to cook them. Here's why, plus some tips.
It'll make you a better athlete and prevent knee and ankle injuries. Here's how to set it up.
Do these before weight training and you'll recruit more muscle during your workout. Here's how.
Blast your chest with this unique dumbbell bench press variation. Here's how to do it.
Got small quads, a weak chest, or lagging triceps? Here's the smart way to bring them up to par.
Too many antioxidants is not better than too few, and may do more harm than good. Here's what you need to know.
Build your biceps, forearms, and grip strength with this challenging one-rep chin-up. Here's how.
Yes, you need to consume plenty of quality calories to gain muscle, but many lifters take it too far. Here's what to do instead.
Use these strategies to make gains and perfect your pull-ups. Here's how.
Do finisher sets to torch more calories and reveal your muscle. Here's how.
Suck at pull-ups? Avoid machines and use this training technique instead. Check it out.
How to manipulate insulin production to get shredded while still fueling and recovering from tough workouts.
Very few people have the experience to properly coach someone online. Here's how to separate the good ones from the rip-off artists.
This variation of the cable curl strengthens the core and biceps at the same time. Here's how to do it.
Shrugs work for building traps, but most people do them wrong. Here's how to really make them work.
Regular stretching often does more harm than good, especially for lifters and strength athletes. Here's why.
The big lifts are foundational, but isolation and time under tension are crucial for shoulder size. Here's how to do it.
Got bad posture or a permanent slouch? Do the face pull. Here's why and how to do it.
Don't pull the dumbbell straight up. Instead, use a dragging J motion. Watch this video.
Yes, it hurts, but it'll also strengthen your entire body, from quads to upper back. Here's how to do it.
Turn food into muscle instead of storing it as fat by maximizing muscle nutrient uptake.
This workout builds muscle, increases work capacity, and burns fat. Check it out.