Build a better back with this one-arm row variation.
Build a brutal back with this lat-widening finisher.
Arnold used one. Should you? Here's who will benefit the most.
Make your own dirty joke, then check out this killer workout strategy.
Master these four simple exercises and soon you'll be repping pull-ups like a boss.
Make this change and you'll build bigger biceps and lats. Oh, and your joints will feel better.
Here's what to do if your curls aren't cutting it.
If you don't compete in powerlifting, do you still need to deload? Yes, if you train hard. Here's why and what to do.
Bench stuck? Here's how to find and fix your sticking points.
Limb length relative to torso length is one of the main factors that determines which muscles receive the most stimulation. Info here.
Eccentric-isometric training blends together three different training stimuli to bludgeon your muscles. Here's how it's done.
It might hurt to breathe the day after you do this, but you'll like the results.
Should you be using the one-and-a-half method in your training? If you're after size and strength, then yes! Check this out.
Here's a simple trick that'll keep you from snapping your back.
Yes, trained correctly, you can do these shoulder wideners daily. Here's how.
Use a blend of bodyweight and weighted pull-ups to hit new PRs and build your upper body. Here's the complete program.
Got elbow pain? Stop making it worse with your arm training. Try this instead.
How to use high-frequency sled work for gains.
This hamstring move is notoriously brutal and it usually requires a partner. Here's how to do it anywhere without a buddy.
Still training one body part a day? There's a better plan. Check it out.
Doing this after your last heavy work set will give you a mind-blowing pump and add inches that you'd otherwise leave on the table.
Here's how different deadlifting styles affect your central nervous system and recovery.
Think you're done gaining size? Raise your rep ranges and get bigger. Here's why it works for middle-aged lifters.
Think achy joints are a good reason to sit out another workout? Screw that.
For decades, people have thought that working their abs makes their waist smaller. Is there even a glimmer of truth to it? Info here.