Your honest answers to these questions are more important to your lifting success than any specific program or diet. Check 'em out.
Push-ups should remain a staple exercise for you, even if you're past the newbie stage. Here are five variations for advanced lifters.
It's one of the best exercises for pure glute gains and posterior strength. Here's how to make it even better.
Make one simple modification and you'll get better results. Check it out.
Make this simple adjustment to really target the lats instead of the upper back. You'll get an unearthly pump!
People think it improves hip drive and hits the glutes. What it really does is set you up for injury. Info here.
Add this handy lifting accessory to your pressing exercises to make your banged up shoulders, elbows, and wrists feel better.
Some are, some aren't. Here's what to look for.
Flyes are fine, but make this change and you'll build much better pecs.
In this case, a machine is better than free weights. Check this out.
Use these strategies to make gains and perfect your pull-ups. Here's how.
Double down on those puny pecs and force them to grow. Here's how.
Most lifters use the leg press as a substitute for the squat when their backs hurt. Not smart. Here's what to do instead.
Here's why you should train upper back often and with higher reps, along with the best exercise choices.
Sounds crazy, but it works when you use the ladder method. Here's how to do it for size gains.
The cable beats the dumbbell for this classic bodybuilding exercise. Here's how to do it.
Here's why everyone needs to add some higher-rep sets to their workouts.
A simple technique plus a change in grip can make pulldowns work much better. Check this 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.
It's a classic exercise, but most people are doing it wrong. Here's how to do it right.
Stimulate your chest in a whole new way with this powerful exercise. Check it out.
Looks easy, hurts really bad. Use this one as a warm-up or finisher. Check it out.
Keep your back healthy by adding this feel-good move to your workout.
Hit your delts first, or ideally, on a different day than biceps. Here's why.
Use this compound set to totally exhaust your muscle fibers and hit the neglected long head of the triceps.