Give your relative strength a boost with these challenging bodyweight holds.
If you enjoy lifting the heavy stuff, then you need this simple, effective drill.
You don't need a garage full of gear for this workout. In fact, all you need is one dumbbell.
Here's how people who weigh about the same as a small cow can make friends with pull-ups and chin-ups.
Get on the ground and build your lats, shoulders, and core strength. This animal-style row is metabolically brutal and fun.
Stuck in a strength plateau? Try this method and smash that next PR.
The bench press is one of the most technical lifts. Here are some rarely considered tips and techniques to master this tricky lift.
Can't do this exercise? Troubleshoot the problems with this handy guide.
Want to get jacked in a hurry? Hold something heavy and walk. Here are the best ways to do it.
Here's what to do when your training plan stops working. And it will stop working.
This fun form of training builds skill and core strength. Try these moves.
This Olympic-lifter favorite makes for a great limited-equipment home workout. Take a look.
He brought science to bodybuilding and strength training, but how do Charles Poliquin's principles hold up today?
Get more powerful and have some fun while you do it. Try these 6 sled moves.
Everyone should squat. Not everyone should do the same kind of squat. Here are the best variations for YOUR body type and goal.
Train your whole body with one piece of iron. Here's how.
Check out the core exercise that'll improve every big lift.
Add a couple of these moves to your program and you'll be able to crush skulls. Or walnuts. Whatever.
Use these pushing progressions to work up to the most challenging exercise. You'll build a bigger chest in the process.
Get better results in less time. Here's exactly what to do.
Knees, elbows, or shoulders acting up? Don't stop lifting. Just do one of these joint-friendly workouts.
Build your biceps, forearms, and grip strength with this fun challenge. And by fun we mean excruciating.
Stop calling it an accessory exercise. This should be a staple for any goal: size, strength, athleticism, or structural balance.
Here's how to fix your posterior delt issue with a barbell.
Looks weird, but it'll nail your inner thighs and posterior chain. Check out the video here.