Test your upper-body strength in a new way and develop control and stability. Work up to doing at least 5 solid reps per side.
This push-back variation focuses more on your delts than your chest.
This lift is a teaching tool. It helps you find the sweet spot for bar placement on regular front squats, and it teaches you to keep the elbows high.
In one study, partial range of motion skull crushers triggered almost twice the muscle growth as full range of motion.
Ketogenic diets might work for endurance athletes, but lifters might want to look elsewhere for a diet. Here's why.
This is a great chest training alternative when your shoulders don't tolerate being loaded in the bottom position in a traditional bench press.
This substance has a bad reputation, but it's relatively safe for mild metabolism boosts and appetite suppression.
Wake up your upper back, shoulder stabilizers, and more with this simple warm-up exercise.
Deadlift stuck? Then you're probably missing one important thing. Here it is.
Researchers study whether a new type of wobbly bar recruits more muscle than conventional steel bars.
Get more butt stuff done with this variation of the hip thrust.
This simple drill will get your chest, back, and shoulders ready for the heavy stuff. Check it out.
This is a great technique if your main goal is hypertrophy. Make each set last 30-40 seconds.
Here's a simple way to remember to add some variety to your training.
Paused squats are effective for developing absolute strength. Here's Dimitri Klokov performing them with an ungodly amount of weight.
Use heavy, moderate, and band resistance to build strong, healthy shoulders.
A new study shows the shocking effects of overtraining. Check this out.
A strong core takes more than just ab training. Give this exercise a shot.
Only 1 out of a 100 people really knows what happens to fat when you diet. Sad!
Turn on the pecs with this drop set to make subsequent pump work more effective.
Get more muscle growth with internal focus of attention. Here's how.
Build that back. Hold the first rep for 10 seconds, then knock out 8-10 reps.
To use this method, do one rep heavy (85-95% 1RM), then reduce the weight to 75% of 1RM and perform 7-10 reps.
Use it as a warm-up or add some weight and build some muscle. Go down only as far as your range of motion comfortably allows.