Sliding leg curls look easy... until you try them. For brutally fast hypertrophy gains, they're hard to beat.
The glute-ham raise sounds like a winning butt-builder. But will it even do that? Here's what the glute-ham raise is good for and what it isn't.
Here are 6 painful finishers to hammer the quads into growth while sparing your knees.
Is this the "single best lifting movement of all time" as Dan claims? You be the judge.
Five tips and drills to help you front squat more effectively and take your training to the next level.
Two anteriorly loaded squat variations, both with benefits and drawbacks. So which is best for you?
Everyone loves the front squat, right? Yeah, probably not. But you’d grow to love it if you fixed these common weaknesses.
The five most common squatting mistakes and how to fix them.
Awesome hamstring development doesn't require dozens of exercises - just a few very efficient ones performed with ass-kicking intensity.
Most lifters use just a handful of exercises to build their glutes and hamstrings. While the basics are still the best, here are some cool variations to provide some much needed posterior chain variety.
Most lifters are lacking in the leg department. Why? Because the type of training you have to do for leg growth is brutal. Here’s how to get it done.
Dumbbells aren't just for upper body lifts. Add variation to your lower body training with these kick-butt dumbbell exercises.
Don’t care about rotary stability? You will after this.
Thib, you have some impressive quads! Any secret leg training strategies you'd like to share with us?
If you're interested in putting size on your legs, it's time to start loving the often ignored and much-maligned leg press again.
Can you really build muscle and strength with one-legged squats? You bet you can. Here’s how.
It's tough, but not impossible. Here's a step-by-step lesson that'll get you pistol squatting in no time.
Why are hamstrings usually underdeveloped on most lifters? Because most lifters only train a portion of the muscle group. Change that. Here’s how.
Leg training should push you to your physical limits without crushing your back. Here's the smart way to make it happen.
There's no universally recognized name for this exercise, but we think it should be called “That movement that makes my quads bark like a dog.”
Everything you ever wanted to know about your glutes… and more. Check it out.
Build big legs. Hug a puking pail. Hate your life. Who could ask for anything more in a training program? Check it out.
Make legs great again. Or make yours great for the first time. This little trick will change how you train your lower body.
Got bum knees? Make gains anyway. Here’s how.
Keeping the tibia vertical, increasing hip flexor length, step-ups, and other novel tricks to fix those bum knees.