Which physique turns heads the most? A big upper body that tapers at the waist: the V-taper. Here's the formula for getting one.
This exercise style is unlike anything you normally do at a gym. Let's hit the ground and get weird.
Alternate between these workouts to torch your legs and upper body on separate days. All you need is a band.
This is gonna hurt, but in a fun way that leads to more muscle growth. Take a look.
Strip fat and build muscle with super short workouts and some basic equipment you already own.
All you need is your own bodyweight for this one! If you can stand up afterward, you win.
Can't train as hard as you normally do? Not sure if now is the best time to diet? Here's what you need to know.
Think bodyweight squats are too easy for you? This one will floor a guy who can squat 500 pounds. Check it out.
It's time to think about what you might need to keep on hand in case there are disruptions to the supply lines of food or water. Tips here.
Drop to the floor and try this complete core move. Warning: It's tougher than it looks!
One exercise for back, traps, biceps, and more. Bonus: It's great for metabolic conditioning too.
Sick of push-up challenges? Switch things up with this and balance out your home training.
Here's are the four riskiest pieces of equipment in your gym, plus what you can do to stay out of the ER.
Smoke your abs and obliques with nine exercises and minimal rest. You ready?
Build your core and improve your big lifts with moves you can do anywhere, even your living room.
If you can crank out dozens of them, it's time to use this training method to keep the gains coming.
Shake up your at-home workouts, build muscle and strength, and get mobile. Here's how.
It's tough to really hit your hamstrings and glutes when you don't have access to weights, but it's not impossible. Try this.
This brutal home workout set the internet on fire... and built a lot of calluses. Here are three new, slightly easier ways to do.
Get more out of your chest dips without adding more weight. Here's how.
When things get bad, depression is a normal response, but if it persists you might need to do something about it. Here's a possible solution.
Think you can't add some leg size with bodyweight alone? Then try this.
A new study shows that this common practice leads to an increase in depressive symptoms. Stop it.
Pump up your quads, stretch your tight hammies, and work your abs too. No gym required.
The only way beat obesity is to accept some painful truths, then take action. Here are the uncomfortable facts, PC culture be damned.