Use submaximal isometrics to build better triceps. Hold your first rep isometrically, then do 8-12 regular reps.
Correct your ugly, injury-causing push-up technique with this drill.
The one-arm dumbbell bench press not only hits your chest, it helps you build core anti-rotation strength.
Working on your posture? Your choice of back exercises could be making it worse. Here's what you need to know.
The magic word is pre-tension. Here's how to turn it on and how it'll improve your squat fast.
Trying to build muscle? It's not the exercise that matters most, but the way you're doing it. Here's why.
How to build your pecs with no bars, no dumbbells, and no machines.
Need an easy way to fix two common front squat problems and get better results from the lift? Elevate your heels.
This core exercise will nail your obliques and even your glutes. No chain? Use a rope or a bar.
A fast, easy, and scientifically-backed way to increase force production on the bench press. Check it out.
Nail your middle and lower traps with this shrug variation.
If you're weak off the floor on your conventional deads, then use this variation to get stronger.
This training method builds muscle several different ways, including increasing growth factors like IGF-1. Here's how to do it.
If you only do standing shrugs, you're missing a big part of your traps. Try this.
Use these 5 training methods to build your shoulders, strengthen your entire upper body, and overhead press scary weight.
Fix your position and bench press without pain. Here's how.
Your need to inspire others is lame, ego-driven, and delusional. Here's why, snowflake.
Want to get in your cardio? Skip the treadmill and get in the squat rack instead.
Stuck with only a straight bar to use in gym? Try these training tricks.
Finish off your shoulder workout with this effective (but painful) exercise technique.
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Do this before you bench press to activate the pecs, get better results, and prevent injuries.
Perfect your pulling technique and challenge yourself in a whole new way with this exercise.
Seated rows are a back-building staple, but you've never tried them like this.