Do your arms take over during back training? Then you need to try this exercise.
Here's a quick overview of four methods more advanced lifters use to bench press more weight and keep the gains coming.
Pain vs. discomfort in the gym. Here's why you better know the difference.
This tough core exercise will also build shoulder strength and mobility. Take a look.
Train insane or remain the same? Makes a catchy slogan, but it's ultimately a dumb idea. Here's why.
Build your grip strength, forearms, and biceps with only one rep of this move. Check it out.
In this case, a machine is better than free weights. Check this out.
Box jumps are great, but most people do them wrong, or for the wrong purpose. Here's what you need to know.
Tap into Type II muscle fibers first in your workout and turn on growth. Here's how to do it.
Want to really test your bench press and chin-up? Try this!
Finish off your shoulder workout with this effective (but painful) exercise technique.
Really nail those delts with this smart variation of the overhead press.
Amit Sapir, world record holding powerlifter and pro bodybuilder, shows you his favorite way to build delts.
Want to build your triceps? Get on the floor. Here's why.
The kneeling rest-pause chin-up builds explosiveness and helps you perfect your form on regular chin-ups. Here's how to do it.
Strengthen your core and boost your barbell bench press with this exercise.
Thirty push-ups in three different positions. Can you hang?
This warm-up drill will make your hips and joints feel awesome and it'll prepare your muscles for the big lifts.
Attack the hard-to-grow medial delts like this to build broader shoulders.
The health benefits of store-bought almond milk are questionable. Just make your own. Here's how.
How do you finish off a tough leg day full of squats and deadlifts? Like this.
Stimulate new biceps growth by holding the weight at 90 degrees for 20 seconds, then performing curls until failure.
Add accommodating resistance to curls for new growth. Get a band and angle it so it provides maximum resistance at the top of the movement.
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.