One row to build your back and biceps, boost your deadlift, and even improve your posture. Check it out.
This odd-looking exercise puts the whole deltoid group under constant tension and works angles that aren't normally trained.
Hit your abs, triceps, and chest. All you need is a medicine ball.
There's the standard plank exercise, the tougher one-arm plank, and then there's this – one of the toughest variations in existence.
This technique improves your bench press mechanics and pressing power. Here's how to do it.
Build your traps and upper back with bodyweight. Here's how.
Build your chest and improve your lifting mechanics with this bench press variation.
This one looks weird, but you'll see how effective it is after your first rep.
To prevent imbalances, don't forget to train the part of your traps that you can't see in the mirror. Here's how.
How heavy? Here's the science.
Build more strength and hit your pecs harder with this simple but challenging adjustment.
If your goal is hypertrophy, use these techniques the next time you do dumbbell bench presses.
If you only do standing shrugs, you're missing a big part of your traps. Try this.
First recruit all the muscle fibers you can, then fatigue them for massive gains. Here's how.
Do your arms take over during back training? Then you need to try this exercise.
This is an awesome exercise for horizontal pressing power. It increases explosiveness and helps you recruit more muscle.
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.
Ball slams will help you recruit more muscle fibers. This means you'll be able to go heavier and build more muscle during your regular weight training.
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.
Blast those puny triceps and strengthen your core with one exercise.
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.