Wrist pain is common for those who lift big. Kill the pain by strengthening them and adding mobility. Here's what to do.
Strengthen your grip and boost your deadlift, pull-up, row, and more. Here's how.
Sure, you train your core, but you're probably missing this movement pattern, leading to injury and poor performance. Let's fix that.
Get your pull-ups to hit your lats instead of stressing out your joints. Try this.
Do this easy drill daily to fix up your grouchy shoulders and prevent lifting injuries.
It looks like an overhead press, but it's really one of the most brutal core exercises you can do. Check it out.
Develop this skill and you'll not only build your delts and triceps, you'll also improve your shoulder health. You might even have some fun.
Build and strengthen your back, chest, and arms with these two training methods.
This old-school strength test can be used as a new-school method for building wrist mobility and strength. Check it out.
Got about 10 minutes? Then you've got time to do this wicked one-dumbbell workout.
Here's an easy way to discover your perfect squat position.
Do you tuck your tail when you squat? Not good. Here’s how to fix it.
The inability to go deep with squats is often caused by ankle issues, not hip issues. Here's how to fix that right up.
Take this test to check your mobility, then learn how to fix it if there's a problem.
Are you really mastering a lift or mobility drill? Probably not. Here's why.
Boost thoracic mobility, improve your squat and overhead press, and keep your shoulders healthy. Here's the warm-up you need.
Can you really overhead press safely without compensation? Here's how to find out.
CrossFitters have shoulders of steel and excellent mobility, even if they look silly doing pull-ups. Here's their secret.
Sit all day? Have shoulder pain? The movement can help with both. Here's how to do it, step by step.
Add this exercise to your arsenal to build strong and stable shoulders.
Do this before your next workout to enhance shoulder and hip stability, and build rotational strength. Here's how to do it.
Here's a great movement for the beginner Olympic lifter or for anyone who wants to build some impressive traps.
Master the one-arm press, get stronger, and build your shoulders. It all starts with how you grip the kettlebell.
Add this exercise to your workout to strengthen joints, build muscle, and increase range of motion.
Does it push you to train harder, or does it end up being a competition that hurts you in the long run?