Got a sticking point right off your chest? Having shoulder pain while benching? Erase that pain and weakness. Here's how.
Use this smart training method to ignite your CNS and blast through your workouts.
Take it easier on your joints and blast through your sticking points with this technique. You'll wish you'd started doing it sooner.
Is ankle mobility messing with your training? First you need to diagnose the problem, then you need to fix it. This plan will help you do both.
Will using a lifting belt really weaken your core? Here's what you need to know.
If you're not involved in the sport of weightlifting, do you need these shoes? Here's what a doctor of physical therapy says.
Some say straps lead to a weak grip so they never use them. Others use them for damn near everything. Here's the smart lifter's approach.
Use this simple trick to get better results from this leg and glute exercise.
It's one of the best exercises for glutes... if you do it right. Here's where most people get it wrong.
This primer superset teaches you to deadlift correctly, allows your CNS to recover, and it's easy on your aching joints. Check it out.
Here's why reenacting sports movements in the gym doesn't transfer to athletic performance.
Use time under tension and these exercises to build core strength that transfers into real-world athleticism.
Do you use straps, Olympic lifting shoes, or a belt? Should you be using them? Here's how to know.
Neurologically locked hips can limit your lifting and athletic performance. Try these drills to feel better fast.
Don't settle for being fat and strong. Here's why relative strength should be one of your goals.
Joints hurting? CNS fried? Here's how to intelligently train the bench, deadlift, and squat to keep the gains coming.
Wrist curls stress the tendons and don't work very well. Here's a better option.
Build and strengthen your yoke, without risking injury. Here's how.
Perform better, build great abs and obliques, and prevent injury with these moves.
These exercises really don't work, and some even lead to injury. Here's why, plus some more effective alternatives.
Consistency is good. But consistent lifting paired with life stress will halt your progress. Here's how to train so you can still make gains.
Should you start your squatting career with a bar on your back? Probably not. Instead, follow this progression.
The deadlift is awesome, but make sure you progress up to it correctly. You'll lift more and do it safely. Here's how.
To build strength and muscle, as well as avoid injuries, you must train all six patterns. Does your program include them all?
The RDL is a staple lift, but not if you suck at it. Here's how to make it work for you.