Chances are, you've never tried this pec-builder before. Check it out.
It's a popular exercise, as it should be, but here's how to make it even more effective.
Here's a new twist on a proven booty builder. Works for strength athletes and bikini babes. Take a look.
Don't worry, you don't have to be a fat man, or even a man, to benefit from this exercise. Here are two ways to ramp it up.
This exercise might be too tough for you, but even just a few reps will fire up your upper back and lats. Take a look.
Correct strength imbalances and bring up your weak points by using this counterintuitive training method. Check it out.
Two types of squat, 20 reps, a little pain, a lot of gain. Are you up for it? Check out this nasty leg workout.
Build your shoulders with this unique exercise that feels great even on well-worn delts.
This type of squat improves your form, saves your joints, and makes a great addition to your regular squatting.
As if the ab wheel wasn't hard enough, Coach Bruno ramps it up a notch. Check this out.
Adding an isometric hold to this classic exercise will demolish your pecs and build core strength. Here's how to do it.
Finish off leg day with this hypertrophy-inducing training method. Here's how.
These four challenges will test your lower body strength and give you a heck of a workout. Check 'em out.
Extend the pain to extend the gains. Try this smart technique to build those lagging tri's.
This is really going to burn. Badly. But you'll like the results. Check it out.
The "pump" assists in muscle growth, and nothing pumps the quads like bike sprints. Try this at the end of your next leg day.
Get stronger lats, biceps and even abs by doing chin-ups using the reverse 21 method. Here's how.
You can do this challenging core obliterator anywhere. Here's how.
Increase core stability and also boost shoulder strength and mobility with this advanced exercise. Check it out.
Speed work and band resistance are used by top powerlifters for the big three lifts. But they can also be used to improve your pull-ups. Here's how.
You should be able to do pull-ups with as much weight (including bodyweight) as you can bench press. If not, this will help.
Take the hip thrust to the next level and strengthen your glutes with this exercise.
Surprisingly, you can build strong triceps without machines or barbells. Here's how.
This time-saving combo will build your back, rear delts, and biceps. Here's how to do it.
Hit your arms and lats while building your abs. Here's how.