Follow these 10 simple rules and never miss another workout from an aching back, a bum shoulder, or a gimpy knee.
These movements will make your spine and shoulders feel better and move better when doing big lifts. Check 'em out.
For most people, the upright row is a shoulder wrecker. Here's a better exercise.
You need to be doing more horizontal pulls, but the standard barbell row may be doing more harm than good. Try this instead.
Many athletes and bodybuilders are dropping the overhead press and replacing it with this safer alternative. Check it out.
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.
Here's an easy way to make the bench press more shoulder-friendly and just as effective.
If your posture kinda sucks, you may be one exercise away from injury. Here's what to skip, plus alternatives to get you jacked and fix that ugly posture.
Do this on the your next off day to move better and feel better. Take a look.
Recover faster from tough workouts and prepare your body to hit it hard again. Here's how.
It's different than how you do it before or after workouts. Here's a quick guide and video.
Tap into your cardio-respiratory system to aid in central systemic-based recovery. Here's how.
Here's how to heal and regenerate faster on off days so you can train harder, train heavier, and keep getting better.
Ever roll around on a lacrosse ball or two tennis balls taped together? That might be hurting more than helping. Here's a better way.
Foam rolling the IT band is popular, but it's not doing what you think it's doing. Here's what's really going on, plus a better method.
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.
Yes, you need to stretch your hip flexors, but you'd better do it right. Here's what you need to know.
Most people really mess up this common pec stretch. Here's why you should avoid it and what you should replace it with.
This popular stretch can do more harm than good. Here's why, plus a much better alternative.
By improving the activation and recruitment of the core, you'll increase your strength in the big lifts. Here's how to do it.
Foam rollers, lacrosse balls, back walking, kettlebells. Can these work as tools to fix tightness and pain? Not when you use them like this. Here's what works better.
Does kinesiotape actually do anything? Here's the truth.
Hitting your calves hard and not getting results? Before you gripe about genetics, add this to the end of every calf workout.
There's more than one way to use isometrics for core strength. Here's one that beats the boring plank.
If it looks like you're having a seizure when you train abs, you're not getting much benefit... and you're asking for injury. Try this instead.