Knee pain got you walking real funny-like? Here's what to do and what NOT to do.
Train these often-neglected muscle groups and watch your bench, squat, press and deadlift skyrocket.
The reason you're not doing one of these squats is because it's hard. The reason you're not doing the other is because you probably never thought about it. Check it out.
Following a program isn't realistic or even smart for many experienced lifters. At a certain point, you'll probably want to go “program-free.” Here's how.
A few programming tweaks for your body type can mean the difference between muscle growth and stagnation.
There's a time to go big or go home, but not for quadriceps isolation. Here's why.
Looks weird, works great! Here's how to do it.
The conventional grip mucks up your form and keeps you from developing real overhead strength. Here's why.
Here's how to get the most results from the biggest, baddest exercises.
Can you pass it? Here are the rules.
To really build your back, there are better options and variations. Check this out.
You need more than shrugs for big traps. Add one of these four movements to your list.
Keep your knees, hips, and spine healthy and strong with this exercise.
It's time to let your instincts take over, for a while at least. Ditch your workout plan and try this.
Make your shoulders, upper back, and more feel great with this drill and its advanced variation.
Strengthen this part of your glutes and you'll improve your squats and deadlifts. You might even relieve some lower back pain.
There are a lot of strength tests out there, many unrealistic. But here's one that you and everyone else should be able to pass.
Bodybuilders and recreational lifters need to do the opposite of what powerlifters do. Here's why.
All you need is six minutes and a kettlebell for this tough metabolic conditioning workout. Check it out.
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.
Here's what you really need to know about leverages and squat strength.
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.
Getting back into the gym after being injured? Here's how you need to think about personal records.
Believe it or not, this will make you a better squatter and make those cranky knees feel awesome. Here's why and how to do it.