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You Don't Have to be a Loser

Overcome your average genetics. Quit complaining, read this, and make gains like never before.

Unconventional Trap Bar Exercises

Trap bars are great for deadlifts and shrugs, but there are plenty of awesome, lesser-known exercises that you can use it for. Check these out.

Ultimate Hamstring Movement

When was the last time you went grocery shopping and had your knees buckle because your hamstrings were too sore? Well, it's time to recreate that moment.

Troubleshoot the Front Squat

Here are some tips that'll help you master this hated lift. You might even learn to love it.

Torch Fat with Free-Weight Finishers

Burn the fat and keep the muscle with these strength-based finishers that can be used in any gym.

Tip: What You Don't Know About Overtraining

Are you overtraining? That depends a lot on one important factor. Check it out.

Tip: Use the Countdown Method for Delts

This is really going to burn. Badly. But you'll like the results. Check it out.

Tip: Use Isometric Holds to Master Pull-Ups

You should be able to do pull-ups with as much weight (including bodyweight) as you can bench press. If not, this will help.

Tip: Use Bodyweight to Build Triceps

Surprisingly, you can build strong triceps without machines or barbells. Here's how.

Tip: Try Band-Resisted Rollouts for Abs

As if the ab wheel wasn't hard enough, Coach Bruno ramps it up a notch. Check this out.

Tip: Train Your Strong Side First

Correct strength imbalances and bring up your weak points by using this counterintuitive training method. Check it out.

Tip: Train Pull-Ups Like a Powerlifter

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.

Tip: Train Between Extremes

There are two ways people like to think about their workouts. Neither lead to progress. Here's the smart way to approach hard training.

Tip: The Pull-Up That Builds Your Whole Back

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.

Tip: The Bodysaw for Real Core Strength

This might just be the toughest ab and core exercise you've never tried. Take a look.

Tip: Test Your Unilateral Leg Strength

These four challenges will test your lower body strength and give you a heck of a workout. Check 'em out.

Tip: Take the Two-Squat Challenge

Two types of squat, 20 reps, a little pain, a lot of gain. Are you up for it? Check out this nasty leg workout.

Tip: Take the 4-Minute Front-Squat Challenge

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.

Tip: Take the 30-Second Front Squat Challenge

Test your mettle AND improve your squat numbers with this brutal challenge. Check it out.

Tip: Paused vs. Touch-and-Go Deadlifts

There's a time and place for each style. Here's what you need to know.

Tip: Master the Super-Slow Chin-Up

Build your biceps, forearms, and grip strength with this challenging one-rep chin-up. Here's how.

Tip: How to Train Your Calves Without a Machine

Here's how to hit your calves in your home gym without having to buy a calf machine.

Tip: Hit Your Back and Abs With One Exercise

Two birds, one stone. This exercise is tough, but worth learning. Here's how to do it.

Tip: Get Strong Glutes with Mechanical Drop Sets

If this doesn't give you a great athletic butt, nothing will. Check out the workout.

Tip: Frontload Your Lunge for Better Quads

These two exercises will help you build your puny quads, clean up your form, and even strengthen your core.