Most lifters use the leg press as a substitute for the squat when their backs hurt. Not smart. Here's what to do instead.
Here's how to wake up and prepare your body for your toughest lower-body workout.
Here's an easy way to discover your perfect squat position.
These two drills will improve your mobility so you can lift more weight comfortably and finally build some decent quads.
Know the difference between partials, proper depth, and dreaded butt wink. Here's your guide.
From basic to advanced progressions, here's how to finally nail this move without falling down.
This training method builds muscle several different ways, including increasing growth factors like IGF-1. Here's how to do it.
Increase time under tension to increase the gains. Try this mechanical drop set on for size.
Train your maximus, but don't forget about your medius. Hit the upper glutes hard with this unique exercise variation.
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.
Change up your arm position and get more from your sled work. Here's how.
Here's what you need to know about knee position, butt wink, and more.
This exercise does a great job preparing the body for your sport, and of course it's a very effective hamstring and glute builder.
Use this simple trick to get better results from this leg and glute exercise.
Squats rock, but they actually don't give you complete quad development. Here's what gets skipped and what exercise will fix it.
Standing on an elevated surface has its place, but most people misuse this training method. Here's what they're getting wrong.
Are you missing a big portion of your hammies? You are if you're neglecting to do these two things.
Should you start your squatting career with a bar on your back? Probably not. Instead, follow this progression.
Your legs don't want to grow. Force them with this tough tri-set.
Force new leg growth with this classic training method. Here's how to do it.
It's a popular exercise that kills two birds with one stone... except it really doesn't. It just screws up two good exercises.
Make this posterior chain staple work even better with this simple modification.
If you can pass this test, move to heavy barbell squats. If not, you have some work to do first.
Use this special setup and make this so-called fluffy exercise into a real strength builder. Here's how.
Yeah, it hurts, but if your legs are lagging it'll build them up fast.