Forget about ass-to-grass squats and learn how to find the perfect squat depth. It's almost always parallel. Here's why.
Whether your goal is athletic performance or muscle gain, here’s why unilateral training is a must.
Did your lame gym finally get a GHR? Good! Here’s how to use it.
Most people, even lifters, have weak hamstrings. Here’s why and how to get them bigger and stronger.
Here's how to get your hips moving properly and blast through deadlifts, pull-throughs, RDL's, and kettlebell swings.
The 7 best hamstring exercises you can perform at a regular gym.
Skinny legs are the norm among men. Don't be normal. Here's what to do.
If you’re looking to jack up your wheels as fast as possible, this is the program for you.
A strength coach decides to throw the rules out the window and do high-frequency squatting. Here’s what happened.
Leg day shouldn't involve knee pain. Here's how to make your knees feel great again so you lift heavier and crush PRs.
The popular leg exercise goes under the microscope!
The might just be the toughest leg specialization program you’ll ever do, but if you desperately need leg size it’s worth it.
Everything you need to know about squatting heavy, from stance to hand position. Check it out.
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.
The basic squat is the missionary position of leg workouts. Go Kama Sutra on your leg training with these alternatives.
This walking lunge variation triggers more muscle growth while sparing your joints and lower back. Check it out.
This dead-stop, pinned variation of the Romanian deadlift is easier on your back, keeps your form in check, and nails your glutes.
Take this old-school leg builder and make it even better for quad development. Here's how.
Looks a little crazy, but this variation reinforced good mechanics. Warning: It'll also leave you sore for days.
Low back acting up? You can still train your lower body hard. Try this.
If your deadlift stalls just off the floor, this exercise will strengthen that weak point and help you power up a new PR.
This exercise is great for quad hypertrophy, if you do it right. And it's great for boosting squat and deadlift strength. Take a look.
If you want to build muscle and reap the benefits of unilateral work, start out by doing it like this.
Parallel is better for strength, power, and pain-free gains. Here's why.