This push-back variation focuses more on your delts than your chest.
Generate more power. Press, throw, and punch like a beast. Use this drill.
This lift is a teaching tool. It helps you find the sweet spot for bar placement on regular front squats, and it teaches you to keep the elbows high.
Is it really a bad exercise? That depends on your posture and your overall training history.
How long do you have to wait before you train the same muscle group again? Not as long as you may think. Here's why.
This substance has a bad reputation, but it's relatively safe for mild metabolism boosts and appetite suppression.
In most cases, dumbbells are just as good. Here are five examples.
Paused squats are effective for developing absolute strength. Here's Dimitri Klokov performing them with an ungodly amount of weight.
Are you already as flexible as you need to be? Here's what science says.
A new study shows the shocking effects of overtraining. Check this out.
Build that back. Hold the first rep for 10 seconds, then knock out 8-10 reps.
Got about 7 minutes? Do this before you eat.
Standing on an elevated surface has its place, but most people misuse this training method. Here's what they're getting wrong.
Get greater activation of the lats and upper back with this exercise variation.
Can you pass this test? If you can't, make sure you're foam rolling and stretching your lats regularly.
Finish off your back day with this unique variation for complete back development.
For 20 years, this coach has tested just about every muscle-building method out there. Here are his top five tips for gains.
It's one of the best full-body movements you can do. Here's how do it by yourself in the gym, no rope or mud pit required.
We've been lead to believe that there's something magical about low-carb diets. Nope, it's just basic math. Here's why.
What good is a diet if it eats away your muscle? Here's how to retain or even build muscle while losing fat.
A new study gives us some fascinating insights about fat gain, fat loss, and food deliciousness.
This is so obvious, so essential, that many lifters tend to overlook it.
Yes, this is super weird. But it nails the transverse abdominis (the deep core muscle that's like a natural weight belt) and even the internal obliques.
This will increase your ability to transfer force across your body, which is crucial for punching, batting, throwing, and even sprinting.