Here's how to be the strongest person in your gym. The catch? You'll also have to be smart about your training. Follow these rules.
A thumbless grip is scary to lifters who don't know how to do it, but it can be used safely. In fact, it's better for your shoulders. Here's why.
Squat backwards to build stability and strength. Here's how.
Use this exercise to ingrain a good hip hinge, make your lower back feel better, and build a bigger deadlift.
New to lifting? Here are some common mistakes to avoid and a simple plan for getting strong.
Got a sticking point right off your chest? Having shoulder pain while benching? Erase that pain and weakness. Here's how.
We all think it does, but what does science say? And does the type of training you're doing change things? Info here.
Which is better? Here are the facts.
Looks odd, but this classic lift's emphasis on cross-body loads will quickly bolster your core strength. Here's how to do it.
Use this smart training method to ignite your CNS and blast through your workouts.
Use more weight than your max and you'll get stronger, faster. Seem impossible? Here's how it's done.
The pros and cons of straps, how to really train your grip and forearms, and more.
To really build your forearms you need more than a few wrist curls. Add these sledgehammer exercises to your workouts.
No other piece of equipment gives the same bang for your buck as the weight sled or Prowler. Here are five new ways to use it.
Getting strong requires brutality and smart volume management. Here are the three stages you must complete, along with simple workouts to follow.
Take it easier on your joints and blast through your sticking points with this technique. You'll wish you'd started doing it sooner.
Here's how to train all three types for maximal gains in hand strength and forearm size.
Know the difference between partials, proper depth, and dreaded butt wink. Here's your guide.
Train each of four primary lifting patterns every workout, then choose two optional exercises. Simple and effective. Here's how to set it up.
Use this method to build your quads and improve the bottom position of your squat.
These simple cues will make your deadlift feel awesome, keep you safer, and help you pull more weight.
Follow this simple rule and get better results from your pulling exercises.
When it comes to training or diet, consistency is key. Here's why and what to do if you have to miss a workout.
Want to build a strong, pain-free lower back? Here's your guide.
A smart lifter knows he has to get out of his comfort zone, but the wise lifter also knows to avoid pain. Here's the difference.