Build power with this unique Olympic lifting variation. Here's how to do it.
This is a hybrid of dynamic stretching and static stretching. Great for recovery. Check it out.
Build lats, traps, and shoulders with this suspension exercise. Strengthens your core and grip too.
Many strength athletes and bodybuilders have weak upper backs. This will fix them right up.
If you thought the bench press was just for strength gains, think again.
A single stressful event can wreck your gut health and your sleep... for weeks. Eat these foods and stress can't touch you.
You could be getting a lot more out of your lat pulldowns. Check this out.
The hamstring curl seems simple enough, but there's a lot more to it than most lifters think. Here's what you need to know.
Build your triceps, chest, shoulders, and lats in a whole new way. Try this.
Train your core like a pro. Try this brutal plank variation.
Bring up those anterior delts with this cable variation that beats the dumbbell version.
Sit all day? Have shoulder pain? The movement can help with both. Here's how to work your way up to a full bridge.
Finish off your next shoulder workout with this exercise to really cap those delts.
It's an easy trap to fall into, and it can wreck you. Here's how.
If your calves are smaller than your forearms, try this forgotten calf builder.
Warning: This training method is brutal. Here's how to combine heavy weights with growth-producing time under tension.
Think the ol' ab wheel is tough? Try these more advanced variations.
Weak ankles and feet can inhibit the benefits of many lower body exercises. Here's a quick way to strengthen and stabilize them.
The pull-through is a great exercise for building glutes, but here are two ways to make it even better.
Most people have never tried this trap exercise. Try adding it to the end of your next trap-centered training session.
Fix the most common problems and learn to perform it the right way to target the muscles you most want to improve.
If kipping your pull-ups is cheating, then this little trick is just the opposite. It'll make pull-ups even more challenging and keep your form tight.
For many lifters, this specialty bar makes squatting much more effective. Here's how to use it.
It started out as a fine idea, at least for very overweight people, then things got weird.