Sure, the big 3 lifts are great, but experienced lifters need to stop chasing numbers for a while and fix their weak links. Here's why and how to do it.
For non-powerlifters, trap bar deads beat the pants off the barbell variation. Here's why.
Unless you're a powerlifter, stop with the emphasis on bench, squats, and barbell deadlifts. There are better masters to serve. Here they are.
The bench press isn't a one-size-fits-all lift. You need to tailor it to your skeleton. Here are five ways to do it.
Looks weird, works great! Here's how to do it.
Improve your deadlift fast with these two tips.
Most lifters who round their backs are just too weak, but rounding can also be caused by a bad setup. Here's how to fix it.
People think it improves hip drive and hits the glutes. What it really does is set you up for injury. Info here.
These smart tips will have you pulling heavier and staying safer almost immediately.
Coach Lee Boyce blew out both knees. The unconventional rules he used to bring himself back can help anyone with a musculoskeletal injury.
Maybe you're pretty strong. Great. But that just increases the odds that you can't do these easy movements that would allow you to get even stronger.
Hardly anyone applies any reasoning to their training splits. Here's one that makes sense and guarantees progress.
Push-ups should remain a staple exercise for you, even if you're past the newbie stage. Here are five variations for advanced lifters.
Use this compound set to totally exhaust your muscle fibers and hit the neglected long head of the triceps.
Double down on those puny pecs and force them to grow. Here's how.
Not to be confused with super sets, these smart compound sets will blow up your chest, shoulders, legs, and triceps. Take a look.
How much weight should you be able to lift? How many reps should you be able to do? Here are some guidelines for natural, non-mutant lifters.
Great ab exercise, but most people do it wrong. Here's how to fix it and get better results.
Big and tall guys have lousy leverages. They need to do core exercises tailored to their size. Check these out.
Test and improve shoulder rotation with this exercise.
Build your upper back and neck with this unusual exercise. You'll stand straighter and lift heavier.
Strengthen this part of your glutes and you'll improve your squats and deadlifts. You might even relieve some lower back pain.
Getting back into the gym after being injured? Here's how you need to think about personal records.
Keep your knees, hips, and spine healthy and strong with this exercise.
Joints hurt? Banged up from years of lifting? Keep training but add a few of these healing techniques to your workouts.