Improve your strength, performance, and overall physique with these moves.
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.
Everyone needs a little power and speed training, even bodybuilders. Here's why and how to slide it into your program.
If your main goal is building big quads, then it's perfectly fine (and perfectly safe) to use the Smith machine. Here's why.
There's a lot of misinformation out there about the good ol' ab crunch. Here's the truth, backed by science.
Leg extensions are bad, right? Dangerous and useless? Well, not so fast. Here's the science.
Are behind-the-neck pulldowns really the devil? Well, not quite. Here's why.
We bet you've heard that these exercises are bad. Here's the truth, backed by science.
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.
Increase athleticism and smash your deadlift PR. Add this to your program. Here's how to do it.
Good rehab tool, not always a good strength training tool. Here's why.
The box jump is an okay test, but it's not really a training method, at least not how most dopes do it. Here's why.
Standing on an elevated surface has its place, but most people misuse this training method. Here's what they're getting wrong.
It happens to coaches and trainers, and it can happen to you too.
It's one of the best full-body movements you can do. Here's how do it by yourself in the gym, no rope or mud pit required.
Exercises are tools. You've got to know how to use them properly. Here's a list of commonly misused ones.
The stability ball crunch is a good exercise, but most people screw it up. Here's how to do it right for best results.
This will increase your ability to transfer force across your body, which is crucial for punching, batting, throwing, and even sprinting.
Here's how to make two staple shoulder exercises even better.
Probably not. Here's why, plus a better exercise for most lifters.
Build bigger, stronger pecs by avoiding this exercise combo.
Some biceps exercises look different but actually stimulate the muscles the exact same way, making them redundant. Here's what to avoid.
This row variation is a great back-builder, it's easy on the lower back, and it's highly functional for athletes. Check it out.
This combo exercise is a real ball-buster. In a fun way. Check it out.
Change up your arm position and get more from your sled work. Here's how.