Want to retain athletic functioning and mobility for life? All you need is 30 seconds a day. Here's what to do.
There's a right way and a wrong way to build your butt. Here's how to develop the perfect glute-ham tie-in.
Back before he was governing the state and impregnating the hired help, Arnold Schwarzenegger was way ahead of his time as a bodybuilder.
Contracting the glutes during ab-wheel rollouts works the core musculature harder and fires up the abs.
Use the arrow formation. Your head and hands should form an arrow shape, not a T shape.
You don't have to do every little thing right to get big and strong. You just have to follow these 8 laws to the letter.
Many people, especially women, believe that deadlifts and squats can make them look blocky. False. But the wrong kind of ab training can!
What training strategies and exercises work best for you? Only you can figure that out. Here's a smart list to help you get started.
A guide to mastering and progressing the GHR, Nordic ham curl, reverse hyper, and back extension.
Want a bigger, better deadlift? Follow the advice of the strongest deadlifters on the planet.
Get better results for every major body part and big lift with these innovative exercise hacks.
Kneeling exercises challenge the abs, power up the hams and glutes, and allow you to do overhead presses without blowing out your spine.
Aggressive workouts lead to fast progress and monster gains. Here are three different 30-day challenges to bring up your glutes and your PRs.
The hip thrust is the go-to move for building athletic speed and power, in addition to building a great butt.
Can you really activate muscles with your mind? According to the author's research study, a lot more than you realize.
Five simple things you should do daily to increase your athletic functioning.
How to get stronger and balance out your monotonous diet of squats and deadlifts with single-leg movements.
Find the most effective variations of the squat and the deadlift to fit your body and your goals.
Dominating the lifts you're good at is fun, but spend time on the lifts you suck at if you want to get freaky strong.
Squat stance, knee flare, bar placement, hip and knee break, foot position. Find out what works best for you.
Build the most muscle possible with the right stack of tension and metabolic stress. Here's how to do it.
Deadlifts and rows will build an impressive back, but targeting the thoracic extensors will take your back to the next level.
Your four-plate squat may impress your mouth-breathing Facebook friends, but we ain't buying it. Learn to squat deep or accept wearing pants at the beach.
Three experts flex their muscle know-how in devising training programs for 5 different body parts.
The glute-ham raise is great for hamstring development, but it's not really that great for the glutes.