Are you swinging back and forth? Are you struggling to get even a couple of good reps? Here's what to do.
Some of the best warm-ups for lifting actually come from the yoga studio. Here are a few that anyone can use. No Lululemon required.
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.
Which is better? Here are the facts.
Punch like Tyson. Kick like a mule. Use these two proven moves to crank up your core strength.
Here's are two functional strength exercises that are actually functional for athletes and everyone else who occasionally gets off the couch.
This exercise style is unlike anything you normally do at a gym. Let's hit the ground and get weird.
Fix your wonky front squat and pack some meat onto your quads with this exercise.
A legend created it, so why don't more people do it? Because they're hard! See for yourself.
Looking for a challenging finisher to your next leg workout? Try this.
This is awesome. And also terrible. It's terribly awesome. Can you do it?
Get more out of the leg press with these three variations that increase time under tension.
This is easy... you'll think. Then you'll try it.
Want to blast out of the bottom of your squats? Yes you do. This variation will build that skill AND build your legs.
Not everyone is ready for the barbell. Are you? Find out here and double check your form.
It's supposed to train your glutes and hamstrings, but most people just wreck their low backs. Here's how to use the GHD correctly.
Make your back feel awesome and build your grip strength with this simple exercise.
Start building a better serratus anterior right now. Here's how.
Add these finisher exercises to the end of leg day and build glutes that won't quit.
Ramp up your low-body training with this athletic move.
Can't do dips? Train your chest and triceps with this bodyweight move instead.
These active openers will keep your back and knees healthy. And that translates into bigger, better squats.
This fundamental movement pattern is, well, fundamental. But try this before you jump into deadlifting.
Heavy lifting is good. Compressing your spine every day is not so good. Here's how to decompress, feel better, and keep adding plates.