Do this before lower body workouts and dramatically boost the training effect.
Here's a simple drill that'll make your back and lower body feel better and even boost your squat numbers.
A kettlebell swing is a lot like a deadlift, so why not treat it like a deadlift and go heavy? Here's how.
Challenge yourself, crush boredom, and build a capable upper body with these butt-kicking variations.
It'll make you a better athlete and prevent knee and ankle injuries. Here's how to set it up.
Build your upper body and improve your overall athleticism with this crazy-looking exercise. Here's how.
These brand new exercises will hit your lats, strengthen your shoulder girdle, and give you a great set of abs.
What would happen if you did push-ups and bodyweight squats every day?
Strong. Fast. Agile. Crank up your awesomeness with this simple, challenging workout strategy.
Take the flexibility test, then use a unique exercise to build strength in new body positions. Your squat and deadlift will thank you.
Why are people listening to fat guys who squat 800 pounds but can barely move? The truth is, running (not jogging) has a host of benefits to the weight lifter.
CrossFit hurts a lot of people, and the goal of exercise is to make you better, not worse. There's a simple fix, though.
Here's how to use demanding 20-minute workouts to build a strong, powerful body... or die trying.
Check out this single-leg movement that provides all the benefits of unilateral work while still allowing you to go heavy.
Bigger and stronger is great but it doesn't make you more athletic. Here's how to build that elusive quality.
Weak neck, weak body. Here's the best way to build that pencil-neck.
The quick drill will make you stronger, more flexible, and more resilient…instantly. Check it out.
Kettlebells are great for conditioning. Now let's use them to build devastating strength and explosive power. Here’s how.
Bodybuilding guru Scott Abel says that training for hypertrophy, size, thickness, density, and shape is not the same as strength training. If the question is how to gain unadulterated muscle mass, is hybrid training the answer?