Doing these 6 exercises with unstable, osciallating objects challenges the nervous system, boosts athleticism, and triggers gains.
A challenging new way to do push-ups. Bonus: It looks damn cool. Check it out.
A common practice turns your relatively safe plastic water bottle into a chemical time bomb. Here's what you need to know.
Baseball pitchers use a changeup to shock and confuse the batter. Apply the strategy to your training and make the basics even more brutal. Here's how.
Hate front squats? Well, they hate you too. Do this accessory exercise to take control and master them.
Stepmills suck. Well, actually, they're great for fat loss and conditioning. They're just hard. Here's how to get results in a 5-minute workout.
Trying to fit more work into less time has its advantages. But a mash-up of exercises will limit your gains. Here's what to do instead.
You're too smart to fall for these bogus claims. Or are you? Here's the real story behind those "health food" labels.
Yes, just one set. One excruciating set that'll make your eyeballs pop out. Here's how to do it.
Test your front squat, deadlift, and testicular fortitude with this unique workout. Check it out.
Grab a few kettlebells or dumbbells, find an open space, and see what you're made of. Here's how.
This is one of the best ways to perform sets for hypertrophy goals. The only downside? Blood will squirt out of your eyes.
If your fat loss, muscle gains, or strength gains have stalled out, this important lesson is for you.
Focus on a big basic lift, then throw in some assistance work. Here's how to set it up and what lifts to emphasize.
Think you're good at pull-ups and chin-ups? Yeah, we'll see about that. Check out these athletic variations!
Blast your glutes and hamstrings like never before with dynamic-static compound sets. Here's how.
These easy moves will get you ready for heavy squats, deadlifts, lunges, and more. Check 'em out.
You know what's even worse than that? Paying them for their diet plans. Check this out.
Looks odd, but it damn sure works. Check it out.
Using full range of motion is good, except when it's bad and leads to injury. Here's how to fix this common form mistake.
That means NOT using them for conditioning or cardio. Here's why.
No, the big compound lifts aren't enough for real core strength. Here's why.
Take the brakes off your nervous system and you'll automatically be able to lift more. Here's how to do it.
Hey meathead, if you're not accustomed to raising your heart rate, get started with one of these options.