Add a suspension trainer attachment to the cable machine to hit your back and rear delts in a new way.
It has tons of health and fat-burning benefits, but here's another reason you may want to cool off with iced green tea this summer.
Get your glutes, hamstrings, and upper back ready for heavy training with these simple movements.
You have permission to do any type of squat that feels right to you, no matter what the squat Nazis say. Here's why.
Do this explosive movement before barbell squats and you'll lift more weight.
This is a great chest training alternative when your shoulders don't tolerate being loaded in the bottom position in a traditional bench press.
It's something most of us fall prey to every day, but it can wipe out the benefits of exercise and worse, ruin our health.
Fix your technique and turn up the time under tension with this brutal variation.
For this exercise, a short range of motion is superior. If you knees/legs go too far down, it just becomes a hip flexor exercise.
Get more butt stuff done with this variation of the hip thrust.
This simple drill will get your chest, back, and shoulders ready for the heavy stuff. Check it out.
Here's a simple way to remember to add some variety to your training.
Not many lifters think about the bottoms of their feet when they pull big weights. They should. Here's why.
Use heavy, moderate, and band resistance to build strong, healthy shoulders.
This stretch helps with just about everything. It even helps you activate and train your glutes more effectively.
Turn on the pecs with this drop set to make subsequent pump work more effective.
Get more muscle growth with internal focus of attention. Here's how.
Can you pass this test? If you can't, make sure you're foam rolling and stretching your lats regularly.
Want a really strong core? Add this tough ab exercise to your program.
Here's a nifty trick that lets you easily slap on 10, 25, or 35 pounds to a cable weight stack.
Training helps with depression. But what happens when you stop training? Are men and women affected differently? Here's the science.
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.
Here's the latest info (pros and cons) on the tastiest pain reducer and inflammation fighter.
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.