Sprinting is awesome. Pulling a hammie isn't. Here's exactly how to prevent that.
Are you making one of them?
Not many people talk about these methods for getting faster and more powerful. Let's fix that.
Squat or bench more weight than ever with this seriously simple trick.
More is definitely not better... especially when it comes to these practices that'll kill your capacity to lift heavy.
If you've got shoulder pain and you're not ready to ditch the barbell just yet, try benching like this.
Training doesn't have to be a calculus equation. Here's how to make gains and look great without sweating the small stuff.
Make these common exercises more glute dominant with these simple tweaks.
If you train at home (or can be sneaky at the gym), here's why you should ditch the shoes when squatting and deadlifting.
Fix your wonky front squat and pack some meat onto your quads with this exercise.
Correct those strength imbalances and lift more weight safely. Add this exercise to your program.
Want to blast out of the bottom of your squats? Yes you do. This variation will build that skill AND build your legs.
It takes more than crunches to build high-performance abs and obliques. Try these powerful exercises.
Try these five moves to build your back, arms, and grip. Master at least one. Then get high.
Got an irritated lower back? Don't let it keep you from training. Here's what to do.
Heavy lifting is good. Compressing your spine every day is not so good. Here's how to decompress, feel better, and keep adding plates.
Protect your spine and get better results from your unilateral training. Here's how.
If you can crank out pull-ups like a pro already, here's what to do next.
Don't let your sled gather dust. Here's how to make this brutal piece of equipment your favorite.
Got knee problems? Do these three things to prevent the pain.
These active openers will keep your back and knees healthy. And that translates into bigger, better squats.
Fit pros say you can't emphasize this area. Here's why they've got that wrong, and the best ways to hit it.
Free up your upper back and shoulders and you'll unlock your overhead pressing strength. Here's how.
Get your shoulders ready for future big lifts with these simple, do-anywhere band exercises.
This exercise style is unlike anything you normally do at a gym. Let's hit the ground and get weird.