Trying to build your shoulders and traps? Make this your new go-to exercise.
Build your upper back and lats with the exercise you just can't cheat, no matter how hard you try.
Reverse, forward, and walking lunges all in the same set? Yes. Here's how to do it.
When your go-to shoulder exercises stop working, try these. Then get ready to buy some new T-shirts.
Training at home? Here are two exercises requiring minimal equipment that get the job done.
Build your abs and improve your posture with a workout you can do anywhere.
Reap the benefits of two different deadlift variations with this exercise. Check it out.
It's the bodyweight exercise that humbles even the strongest of lifters. Here's how to do one if you CAN'T do one.
Up your poundage and take your bench press to a new level. Here's how.
Here's how to build arm size and brutal grip strength just about anywhere.
Is there any evidence behind the muscle-bound meathead mystique? Info here.
Is the bench press right for you? Maybe. But maybe not. Here's what you need to know.
Here's a great way to nail your posterior chain, no heavy barbell required.
Here's one mobility drill that every big lifter needs.
Muscularity? Check. Leanness? Check. Now look better than your best in one month flat. Five pros tell you how.
Pump up your quad development with this exercise that doesn't require a machine.
Keep your squat pretty and your knees and ankles happy. Do this simple drill anywhere.
Make more progress with less boredom. Here's how.
This is what your glutes, quads, and hams have been missing.
Get this into your workouts. It'll build your hamstrings, glutes, calves, and more. Bonus: You can do it anywhere.
This core strength exercise works great... for little dudes. Here are two ways to make it work for bigger, taller folks.
In love with the deadlift? Here's why you might want to think about doing some other exercise for your posterior chain.
Do standard squats always leave you banged up? If so, you might not have the right body type for it. Find out here.
Nail every inch of your rectus abdominis with this full range-of-motion exercise.