Add these drills to your warm-up on leg day for smoother, safer squats and lunges.
The RDL is a staple lift, but not if you suck at it. Here's how to make it work for you.
Ramp up the floor press with chains, which overload the top portion of the movement that hits the triceps. NFL athletes Larry Pinkard and Adrian Hubbard demonstrate here.
Add a band and use a slow, controlled, partial range of motion to keep tension on the abs.
Go lighter and slower with this underhand variation of the face pull. This version of the exercise is better as a corrective or activation drill.
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Keep your neck and traps happy and prevent shoulder injuries with the yes/no stretch. Here's how to do it.
Apply pressure against the rack throughout to really build the long head of the triceps.
This targets the adductors, and it'll help you maintain a neutral lumbo-pelvic complex.
Fight perma-slouch by moving your thoracic spine into extension. Hang out in one spot for as long as you feel a stretch. As you feel it fade, shift the roller down your spine.
This little trick really helps you tune up your mind-muscle connection. Here's how it works.
A strong core is a requirement for the big lifts. Strengthen and build yours with this exercise.
Get more range of motion, build more muscle, and get stronger with this exercise. Check it out.
If you have trouble feeling your delts work, give this crazy looking exercise a try. Here's how to do it.
Add this versatile back exercise to your program. Alter the grip, the angle, or adjust your feet to make it easier or harder.
The neutral handle angle makes the trap bar perfect for pressing. Try it dead-stop style: reset every rep from the pins.
The modern lifter is being a pantywaist... and he doesn't even realize it. He needs a kick in the butt. Here it is.
Is your smart watch or fitness band giving you accurate information? Here's the latest science.
Milk truly isn't good for some people. Now we know why.
Prime your nervous system, boost performance, and increase joint health with this warm-up.
Obesogens are endocrine disrupters that change your body chemistry and make you fat. Here's where they're hiding and how to avoid them.
Fructose can make you fat and even affect mental capabilities. Here's what you can take to protect yourself.
Stop training one body part a day. Hit every muscle more frequently and build them with this training split.
Challenge your strength and core stability in the elusive transverse plane with this exercise. Works with a kettlebell too.