The stir-the-pot exercise will strengthen your core like nothing else. Here's how to do it.
It's the easiest Olympic-style lift to learn and it'll turn you into a badass. Here's how to do it.
Studies show that telling others about your goals makes you less likely to achieve them. Here's why, plus a better method.
Awaken the nervous system before training to recruit more muscle fibers. Here's how.
This variation of the cable curl strengthens the core and biceps at the same time. Here's how to do it.
Regular stretching often does more harm than good, especially for lifters and strength athletes. Here's why.
Pick one lift and do 3-4 sets at 80% of your max at the end of every training session. Here's why.
This puts you in a safer, more efficient position for big pulls and new PRs. Here's why.
Lift weights to lose fat. Use these 4 training tools for a smokin' physique.
The research is questionable, but even if there is a link between meat and cancer there are 8 things you can do to prevent the risks. Check 'em out.
These cookies won't make you fat, they're healthy, and they'll fuel your workouts. Get the recipe.
Forget how awkward that sounds. This is an intense workout for biceps and triceps. Check it out.
All you need is a bar, a band, and the ability to withstand pain. Here's how to do it.
Build your upper body and improve your overall athleticism with this crazy-looking exercise. Here's how.
Crushing the bar not only makes the lift safer, it'll help you lift more weight. Here's why.
Don't pull the dumbbell straight up. Instead, use a dragging J motion. Watch this video.
If you can do this, you're officially a bad-ass. If not, well, just trying it will make you a bad-ass. Check it out.
Turn food into muscle instead of storing it as fat by maximizing muscle nutrient uptake.
This workout builds muscle, increases work capacity, and burns fat. Check it out.
Contracting the glutes during ab-wheel rollouts works the core musculature harder and fires up the abs.
Turns out, icing your injuries doesn't help and may even hinder the healing process. Luckily, there are better methods. Read this.
Use the arrow formation. Your head and hands should form an arrow shape, not a T shape.
When you do triceps extensions, use a decline bench instead of a flat bench.
You hear these words all the time, but do you even know what they really mean? It's time to stop it with the nerdy buzzwords and go back to basics. Start here.