Some trainers call this bad form. Then again, some trainers are kinda dumb. Check it out.
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Which grip is best for you: clean grip or crossed arms? For most lifters, it's neither. It's the strapped method.
The ability to do heavy carries says a lot about your strength and health. Check this out.
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Get them both by tweaking this big-three movement. Here's how.
Most people can't even do it on their knees, much less standing. (Wait, that sounds dirty.) Here's how you can master it.
This looks easy, until you try it. Build your grip, strengthen your core, and jack up your heart rate with this exercise.
Progress stalled? Motivation fizzled out? That's called training depression. Try one of these 5 strategies and reignite the flames.
Even if you think bread is a devil carb, there's one type you should be eating. Take a look.
Add this to your workout and make your pull-ups easier, your arms jacked, and your shoulders healthy.
A new study may have discovered the healthiest way to eat vegetables. Check this out.
Once you're past the newbie stage, this becomes more and more important. Here's how to build the connection and your arms!
For females, sex drive, arousal, and O's all get better with this vitamin.
So simple, yet so damn hard. Get your timer ready and try this.
Use the first-tension principle to build bigger, stronger arms. Here's how.
Standard lunge form doesn't hit your glutes and hams much, and it can cause knee issues. Here's how to do it right.
If you have trouble locking out the deadlift, it could be a low back problem. Here's how to strengthen every portion of that weak link.
This anthocyanin improves body comp, but does it work even better than we thought? Check out this new research.
Here's a great exercise for the money-maker that most people are ruining by using too much weight.
The dumbbell overhead press: you're doing it wrong. Here's why and how to fix it.
If the bar is slipping out of your hands on the deadlift, your grip isn't strong enough. But since grip strength is mostly neural, it doesn't take long to see drastic improvements if you work on it.
Use this 5-step assessment to know if you should stop a set or continue.
Do you use diagonal pulling movements? Here are two great examples guaranteed to build your back.