For 20 years, this coach has tested just about every muscle-building method out there. Here are his top five tips for gains.
This exercise will boost your deadlift and build your flat butt... but it looks weird. Who cares? Be weird.
Tried every shoulder exercise? Probably not this one, which is also great for functional core strength.
Use this machine along with mechanical drop sets to ignite new muscle growth.
Want a really strong core? Add this tough ab exercise to your program.
Add a slow negative to this classic strength and power movement and you'll get a great full-body exercises for athletes.
Yeah, burpees don't suck enough, let's make them tougher! Seriously, this will get you in fighting shape fast.
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Dumbbells beat a barbell for this exercise. You'll get better triceps engagement and a better stretch, which triggers more muscle growth.
This lift is easy on your joints, kind to your shoulders, and polite to your achy elbows. And it'll still get you super strong.
Start with 7 full reps, then do 7 top-half partials where you only come part of the way down. Finish with 7 bottom-half partials.
Begin with 7 full reps, then do 7 bottom-half partials, and finally 7 top-half partials.
Parallel is better for strength, power, and pain-free gains. Here's why.
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Start with full reps, then do top-half partials, and finish with bottom-half partials. Your lats will hate you, but you'll love the results.
Newbies do, but how about advanced lifters? Here's why intuition and autoregulation is often best.
The pullover is a classic chest exercise, and it hits the lats too. Add a band to increase tension throughout the entire movement.
If this doesn't build your quads, nothing will. Do 7 full reps, 7 bottom-half partials, then 7 top-half partials without racking the bar.
Build muscle and keep your shoulders healthy with this time-efficient strategy.
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With this variation of the glute-ham raise, you can finish with a glute contraction (knees lower on the pad), or set the knees higher to target hamstrings.
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