Increase athleticism and smash your deadlift PR. Add this to your program. Here's how to do it.
Many popular exercises work the same muscles the exact same way. That's a waste of your time. Here's what to avoid and what to do instead.
We bet you've heard that these exercises are bad. Here's the truth, backed by science.
Are behind-the-neck pulldowns really the devil? Well, not quite. Here's why.
Leg extensions are bad, right? Dangerous and useless? Well, not so fast. Here's the science.
There's a lot of misinformation out there about the good ol' ab crunch. Here's the truth, backed by science.
If your main goal is building big quads, then it's perfectly fine (and perfectly safe) to use the Smith machine. Here's why.
Everyone needs a little power and speed training, even bodybuilders. Here's why and how to slide it into your program.
Just doing the big basic exercises leaves lots of gaps in your development. Here's how to target those muscles that the basics don't touch.
Improve your strength, performance, and overall physique with these moves.
Boost all-around strength and real-world athletic performance with these moves.
Bench presses and push-ups are great, but they don't strengthen the entire chest. Here's what to add to chest day.
You need some direct work to maximally strengthen the triceps. Here's the angle most people miss, which leaves some strength on the table.
These classic upper-body exercises are making a comeback. Here's a quick refresher on both of them.
Can you do three measly reps using this training method? Maybe. Give it a shot.
Individuality in training is essential. But there are some principles that EVERYONE who enters the gym should follow. Here they are.
Use the classic 21's method, normally reserved for biceps, to finally add some size to your delts. Here's how.
The 21s method is a proven muscle builder. Here's how to make it even better.
If you're only doing squats, deads, and lunges for hip and glute strength, you're leaving gains on the table. Try these.
Prevent injuries and build complete lower-body strength with these moves.
Yes, do your squats. But add in these two moves for all-around strength.
Prevent hamstring injuries. Sprint faster. Build better looking legs. Add a couple of these exercises to your plan.
Most modern core exercises are just isometric exercises. Ever see anyone make great progress doing isometrics? Didn't think so. Here's a better way.
This doesn't make biomechanical sense. Here's a better exercise that actually works.
Fill in the strength gaps left by traditional core exercises with these two rotational moves.