Use this special setup and make this so-called fluffy exercise into a real strength builder. Here's how.
If you can pass this test, move to heavy barbell squats. If not, you have some work to do first.
The ability to do heavy carries says a lot about your strength and health. Check this out.
A thumbless grip can help you prevent or work around shoulder issues. Here's how to do it safely and effectively.
The standard deadlift is great for strength, but it's missing something when it comes to hypertrophy. Try this variation instead.
Back pain? Hip mobility issues? This quick fix is for you.
Every lifter needs more rotational work in his programming. Try this exercise.
Not only will this lunge variation work better on your saggy ass, it's also safer on the knees. Here's exactly how to do it.
Here's how to find your best grip on dumbbell bench presses, a grip that'll allow you to press without pain AND build muscle.
Should you start your squatting career with a bar on your back? Probably not. Instead, follow this progression.
If you can't pass this test, then your grip is not only weak sauce, your elbows will start to give you problems too.
Get them both by tweaking this big-three movement. Here's how.
Here's how to build your quads without overstressing your knees.
Stretches for the low back can backfire, leading to more tightness and pain. Do this instead.
This popular form of self-therapy isn't a good fix, and it can make things worse. Here's why, plus a better way to soothe your butt-hurt.
Here's how to prevent wrecked shoulders by getting your setup right.
Sometimes they're needed, and sometimes you're just setting yourself up for future injury. Here's why.
Turns out, icing your injuries doesn't help and may even hinder the healing process. Luckily, there are better methods. Read this.
This popular stretch can do more harm than good. Here's why, plus a much better alternative.
This superset is great for both bodybuilders and pure strength athletes. Check it out.
Here's why reenacting sports movements in the gym doesn't transfer to athletic performance.
Use this simple trick to get better results from this leg and glute exercise.
Don't fall for this overrated therapy. Here's why.
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 exercise to ingrain a good hip hinge, make your lower back feel better, and build a bigger deadlift.