Not only will this lunge variation work better on your saggy ass, it's also safer on the knees. Here's exactly how to do it.
Here's something that successful lifters and athletes do that you should be doing too.
Popular with hardcore bodybuilders, this method can also be used if you're rehabbing. Here's how.
Genetics make a difference, but don't lose hope. Smart training and eating will maximize what your parents gave you. Here's the deal.
Most people think they need to cut carbs and calories on their days off. They're wrong. Here's why.
Let your program be your guide, but be prepared for detours. Here's how.
Think you're good at pull-ups and chin-ups? Yeah, we'll see about that. Check out these athletic variations!
Muscle growth is an adaptive response. No challenge, no gains. Are you using at least a few of these progression methods?
It's body-building, not belly-building. Here's a convenient shake that'll fuel your gains without wrecking your health.
Here are two ways that smart lifters prime their bodies for monster lifts and new personal records.
Looks kinda weird, but it'll actually help you hit a new personal record. Check it out.
Sumo or conventional? Check out these tips for choosing the best style for your body type.
These easy moves will get you ready for heavy squats, deadlifts, lunges, and more. Check 'em out.
Lack of sleep makes you fatter and even leads to muscle loss, regardless of diet. Check this out.
Some of the strongest lifters on the planet start their workouts with an empty bar. Here's why you should too.
Five quick tips to help you finally stretch out those shirtsleeves.
Here are 5 ways to improve your warm-up to get better results from heavy training sessions.
Scorch fat with the swing & clap finisher. Here's how.
Use this set-extending technique to fit more soul-crushing work into fewer reps and less time.
For squats and lunges, pay attention to your pinky toe. Really. Here's why.
These two things don't directly involve food, but they'll wreck your diet anyway. Check 'em out.
A simple technique plus a change in grip can make pulldowns work much better. Check this out.
Take the brakes off your nervous system and you'll automatically be able to lift more. Here's how to do it.
Shoulders feeling stiff and cranky? Ditch the foam roller, grab a med ball, and do these drills.