If you can easily knock out dozens of reps of an ab exercise, it's probably because your abs aren't doing much work. Fix that. Here's how.
The wimpiest machine in the gym can actually help you build strength and muscle. Who knew? Try these two exercises.
Sure, the incline bench press helps, but you need to add something else to your inclines to really build the clavicular head. Info here.
This exercise, combined with a special training technique, will blow up even the most stubborn triceps. Take a look.
If the Arnold press and the push press had a baby, it would look like this great exercise variation. Give it a shot.
If you can do this exercise for 15 seconds per set, you're pretty awesome. Check it out.
Not a newbie anymore? Then partial reps can be wildly effective. Here's why.
Name your favorite ab exercise performed on the floor. Got it? Now, here's a clever way to make it even better.
In most cases, dumbbells are just as good. Here are five examples.
Some coaches say to never do high reps with compound barbell movements. They're wrong. Here's why.
Even if you didn't inherit the best genetics for big arms, this superset will make a visual impact.
Feeling beat up after leg day? Try this to work out the tightness and free up your mobility.
Fire up your central nervous system and recruit a monster amount of muscle fibers with this movement.
Don't be afraid of bulking if your main goal is building muscle mass, but do it wisely. Here are some simple guidelines.
Think those TRX-style gadgets are just for newbies? Think again. Try these challenging exercises.
How to grow lagging muscles and move better.
Being big is great, but being big with visible abs is a thousand times better. Here's how to get there.
Some functional training zealots love to hate on bodybuilding-style lifting. But it's the MOST functional form of resistance training. Here's why.
Why high-rep barbell work, heavy machine work, and partials all have a place in your training... that is, if you want to grow.