Stimulate new biceps growth by holding the weight at 90 degrees for 20 seconds, then performing curls until failure.
This is the most deceptively difficult core exercise you'll ever do: a single-arm plank holding the eccentric isometric position of a renegade row.
Want to build more pressing power and overall strength? Flip your bench. Check this out.
Make this simple change to the way you approach meals and start to gain more muscle and whittle away fat.
Do this exercise before you bench press and you'll lift more weight.
Yes, really. This training method will also improve your lifting mechanics. Take a look.
Bench heavier and blast through plateaus. Here's how.
Do this before you bench press to activate the pecs, get better results, and prevent injuries.
Looks weird. Works great. Check this out.
Build your lagging lats and boost your deadlift strength at the same time. Do the sweeping deadlift. Here's how.
Build the forgotten muscle in your upper arms and bring up those puny forearms too with this exercise.
Improve your form, build more strength, and hit your pecs harder with this simple adjustment.
Dead-stop triceps extensions followed with close-grip presses. Do it. Here's how, and why it works.
Do a few sets of this drill before chest day and you'll perform better on the bench press. Check it out.
Make these lifts feel right and stop the hurting. Try these smart modifications.
A little variety is good. A lot of variety is lazy and dumb. Here's why.
Extend TUT and recruit more muscle fibers with this tough mechanical drop set. Here's how to do it.
Seated rows are a back-building staple, but you've never tried them like this.
Do this first and you'll lift more weight and have fewer injuries.
Here's how to alleviate knee pain and swelling. Works better than icing!
The squat-stance deadlift combines the best elements of conventional and sumo. Here's how to do it.
Strengthen your scapular stabilizers and you'll prevent shoulder injuries and get stronger. Here's how to do it.
Power up this traditional dessert and feed the gainz.
This exercise teaches you to hold the shoulder girdle rigid to avoid strength leaks in pressing lifts. It strengthens the front delts, rotator cuff, and even the lats.