Improve your technique. Wipe out deficiencies. Get more weight over your head than ever before. Here's how.
This movement teaches your body to turn on all available motor units and much more. Check it out.
A lot of people can't do one proper push-up. And YOU may be one of them. Here are the most common problems and how to fix 'em.
Recruit more motor units, improve form, and build more strength... by shutting your eyes? Yep, here's how it works.
Are these gadgets helping you or hurting you? Here's what you probably don't know.
Test your shoulder mechanics and get stronger overhead with this diagnostic exercise. Check it out.
Doing these 6 exercises with unstable, osciallating objects challenges the nervous system, boosts athleticism, and triggers gains.
Does it hurt to squat, and not in a good way? Use this training method to fix your technique.
The way most people do push-ups leads to acute and chronic injury to the joints and tissues. Here's how to fix it.
These six push-up variations do it all. They can build your chest, strengthen your core, and even boost your bench press. Check 'em out.
Loaded push-ups with plates or bands are awesome... if you get the resistance in the right place. Here's what you need to know.
Here's the simplest way to hone in on the ideal push-up mechanics.
These new rowing exercises will not only build a thick back, they'll force you to (finally) use optimal form.
Stop butchering the barbell row. Do this accessory exercise, find your form flaws, then get back to heavy rows. Check it out.
This odd-looking rowing variation will fix your form flaws and help prevent low back pain. Check it out.
Training the biceps with kettlebells provides stimulation that dumbbells can't hope to duplicate. Here's how, plus 6 exercises to try out.
Make this classic arm builder even better. Here's how.
Yes, it's odd looking. But it's also a super effective way to trigger new arm growth. Take a look.
Here's a simple way to make this biceps builder even more effective. Check it out.
This is a true test of full-body stability, strength, and motor control. Take a look.
Want to recruit as many chest fibers as possible? Yes, you do. Add this to the end of your next chest workout.
You've done tons of lateral raises, but you've never done them like this. Take a look.
Yes, everyone should deadlift, but one variation should be avoided.
There's a 90 percent chance you're doing lunges or split squats incorrectly. Here's where you're going wrong and how to do them right.
Build your shoulders, traps, upper back, and triceps with this brutal exercise. Take a look.