Bodybuilding and strength training have hundreds of rules you need to follow to make progress. Trouble is, many of them suck. Break them.
Single-leg exercises can be tougher than standard squats and deadlifts. Disagree? Then you're either a wimp or ignorant.
A brutal trap bar program that uses insane volume to build muscle over your entire body without destroying your knees or lower back.
You can learn a lot from competitive powerlifters. But you can also really screw up your progress if you follow their "rules" blindly. Here's the cold hard truth.
Barbell thrusters are known for hypertrophy + heart-pounding intensity, but they have a lot of drawbacks. Here are two better methods.
You're not the lifter you think you are if you're still making these mistakes.
Burn the fat and keep the muscle with these strength-based finishers that can be used in any gym.
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.
If this doesn't give you a great athletic butt, nothing will. Check out the workout.
Build your biceps, forearms, and grip strength with this challenging one-rep chin-up. Here's how.
Walking lunges, backward lunges, static lunges... you've tried them all. But we bet you've never tried this. Check it out.
It's one of the best exercises for back size and strength. Here's how to do it.
Build your legs and your work ethic with this grueling combo. Here's how.
Test your mettle AND improve your squat numbers with this brutal challenge. Check it out.
This dead-stop press, along with the trap-bar push press, will blast your shoulders. Here's how to do them.
Heart pounding intensity, hypertrophy, fat loss: what more can you ask from one exercise? Here's how to do it.
This movement combines two great pec builders into one tough exercise. Check it out.
Hit your arms and lats while building your abs. Here's how.
This time-saving combo will build your back, rear delts, and biceps. Here's how to do it.
Surprisingly, you can build strong triceps without machines or barbells. Here's how.
Take the hip thrust to the next level and strengthen your glutes with this exercise.
You should be able to do pull-ups with as much weight (including bodyweight) as you can bench press. If not, this will help.
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.
Increase core stability and also boost shoulder strength and mobility with this advanced exercise. Check it out.
You can do this challenging core obliterator anywhere. Here's how.