This versatile movement works great, even if you have beat-up shoulders.
This mechanical advantage drop set, using a kettlebell, builds functionality, muscle, and strength far better than dumbbells.
Do this instead of silly side bends.
Make back day even better. Here's how.
Mechanical drop sets build a ton of muscle. Bonus: They're a great way to increase intensity when you work out at home.
Stop screwing up this basic core move. Here's a simple trick to help you get it right.
Here are six stretch-lift combos that'll help you build muscle faster.
One exercise for hard-to-grow biceps. Here's why it works and how to do it.
Pair these two exercises together for a pec-popping challenge.
Load up the lengthened position and finally pack on some size. Here's how.
Train your back and arms with zero equipment... except maybe the shirt off your back. Here's how.
Make your rows even more effective. All you need is a cheap little accessory... and you probably already have it.
First decide how many days per week you're going to lift, then use this handy guide.
Try this at the end of your workouts and watch your lower legs grow.
A legend created it, so why don't more people do it? Because they're hard! See for yourself.
Build more muscle and spare your joints with intra-set tempo training. Here's how to do it.
Two sets of this mechanical advantage drop set will leave your biceps screaming (and growing).
What you need to know about the 10 percent rule.
Unless you're a genetic freak, you need a little direct training to really get those forearms to pop. Try this.
Get ready to lift. Use this happy-hips combo before your next lower-body workout.
Your arms and ego will take a hit, but your biceps will definitely grow! Try this.
Blow up your arms and boost your bench press with this highly effective (but excruciating) finisher.
Really nail those suckers with this unique cable exercise.
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This will get your butt in gear in the morning, relieve stiffness, and prepare your low back for the big lifts.