Blasphemy? Not really. These full ROM exercises don't build your back optimally... unless you tweak the form. Here's how.
No need to stop squatting or even deadlifting if you've got a sore or injured back. Just make these 8 adjustments.
New to deadlifting or just getting back into it? Here's the smart way to prepare your body in just four workouts
Sprinting is like jogging for people who want to look good naked. Here's how to get started without getting hurt.
All you need is six minutes and a kettlebell for this tough metabolic conditioning workout. Check it out.
Are you big? Are you tall? Are you both? Then drop the conditioning workouts designed for little guys. Here are some better workouts for you.
Yes, you can be tall and squat with good form. This assistance exercise will help. Check it out.
Every man should be able to press .75 times his bodyweight overhead. If you can't, or can only do it using bad form, then this is for you.
The conventional grip mucks up your form and keeps you from developing real overhead strength. Here's why.
Use the test here to find out how low you can go and how wide or narrow your feet should be.
It's a classic exercise, but most people are doing it wrong. Here's how to do it right.
Sounds crazy, but it works when you use the ladder method. Here's how to do it for size gains.
A simple technique plus a change in grip can make pulldowns work much better. Check this out.
Stimulate your chest in a whole new way with this powerful exercise. Check it out.
Can't feel your lats working? Can't get them to grow? This exercise will fix both of those problems, fast! Check it out.
Do you turn sideways and disappear? Then you need to work on back thickness. Pull-ups alone won't do it either. Try these exercises.
Tall people generally have to work harder and longer to develop legs. Here's how to speed up the process.
The cable beats the dumbbell for this classic bodybuilding exercise. Here's how to do it.
Lifters often focus on the part of the traps they can see in the mirror, leading to poor posture and puniness. Here's how to fix that.
Heavy, low-rep sets are great, but you also need higher reps and time under tension for leg growth. Check out these training ideas.
Looks easy, hurts really bad. Use this one as a warm-up or finisher. Check it out.
You need more than a 1:1 ratio of pushing and pulling exercises. Here's why, plus some smart strategies to keep you balanced.
There's stuff you learn only after years of training. Skip the long learning curve and get smart about lifting right now. Read this.
Use these strategies to make gains and perfect your pull-ups. Here's how.
Do an exercise that deloads the spine immediately after one that loads it heavily. You'll get stronger and keep the spine healthy. Here's how.