Use this training method to perfect your technique and build explosiveness out of the hole.
Good exercise to hit your hams and glutes, but there's a way to make it even better. Check this out.
If your main goal is building big quads, then it's perfectly fine (and perfectly safe) to use the Smith machine. Here's why.
Leg extensions are bad, right? Dangerous and useless? Well, not so fast. Here's the science.
Yes, this is gonna hurt. Badly. Take a look.
Make one simple modification and you'll get better results. Check it out.
Use this exercise pairing to build your legs without the knee pain.
Get your glutes, hamstrings, and upper back ready for heavy training with these simple movements.
There's a time to go big or go home, but not for quadriceps isolation. Here's why.
Standing on an elevated surface has its place, but most people misuse this training method. Here's what they're getting wrong.
Parallel is better for strength, power, and pain-free gains. Here's why.
The basic squat is the missionary position of leg workouts. Go Kama Sutra on your leg training with these alternatives.
This exercise does a great job preparing the body for your sport, and of course it's a very effective hamstring and glute builder.
Believe it or not, this will make you a better squatter and make those cranky knees feel awesome. Here's why and how to do it.
Use this special setup and make this so-called fluffy exercise into a real strength builder. Here's how.
If you want to build muscle and reap the benefits of unilateral work, start out by doing it like this.
You've seen the squat-booty memes, but the squat came in last for glute activation when compared to two other exercises.
Low back acting up? You can still train your lower body hard. Try this.
Squats rock, but they actually don't give you complete quad development. Here's what gets skipped and what exercise will fix it.
Here's how to get your hips moving properly and blast through deadlifts, pull-throughs, RDL's, and kettlebell swings.
It's a popular exercise that kills two birds with one stone... except it really doesn't. It just screws up two good exercises.
This dead-stop, pinned variation of the Romanian deadlift is easier on your back, keeps your form in check, and nails your glutes.
When you walk into a room, do people think you're riding a stork? If so, here's the workout method you need.
It's not just for back. Check out these muscle-building exercise variations.
Here's an easy way to discover your perfect squat position.