Combine a loaded stretch, slow negatives, and a vicious mechanical drop set to trigger biceps growth multiple ways. Here's how.
Finish off your triceps workouts with these. To keep the elbows happy, aim for the top of your head.
Keep it simple and boost your deadlift numbers. Here's how.
Improve your form and get a mechanical advantage boost. Here's how.
Here's a simple way to find your best stance for heavy pulls.
Most lifters' warm-up sets look very different than their working sets. That's a problem. Here's why.
Clean up your form. Get stronger in your weakest range of motion. Smash your PR. Here's how.
Ramp up your low-body training with this athletic move.
You don't have to give up tubers to try a paleo-style diet. They are paleo... and they won't make you fat anyway. Here's the science.
Push-ups should remain a staple exercise for you, even if you're past the newbie stage. Here are five variations for advanced lifters.
A huge study of tens of thousands of people reveals that the upside of exercise is far more potent than we realized.
This is tougher than it looks. Add to the end of your ab training for all-around core strength.
How much time should you spend building versus cutting? Your physique depends on the answer. Check this out.
To build your abs, you need to add resistance, just like every other muscle group. Here's a great way to do it.
Use this compound set to totally exhaust your muscle fibers and hit the neglected long head of the triceps.
Make this rear-delt exercise even better by rotating your hands at the finish.
For those who aren't competitive powerlifters, the trap bar dead should be their go-to deadlift variation. Here's why.
It's not a warm-up set, but it's just as important. Here's what you need to know.
Build your lockout strength and the size of your triceps with this movement.
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Performed with rings or a TRX, this row variation in infinitely scalable. Just adjust your feet and stance to make it harder or easier.
Here's a challenging new way to build your chest. Start with a 7 second mid-range hold, then do 7 full-range reps and 7 top-half partials.
This is a great progression from the classic ab wheel rollout from the knees, especially for taller guys with long levers.
NFL athlete Bryce Canady demonstrates the power rack eccentric potentiation (PREP) method of overloading a slow negative.