If you're weak off the floor on your conventional deads, then use this variation to get stronger.
Got a hard-to-grow body part or weak muscle group? Here's how 7 of our experts brought theirs up.
Add some jumps to your training and your body will recruit more muscle fibers when you lift weights. Here's how.
Use these 5 training methods to build your shoulders, strengthen your entire upper body, and overhead press scary weight.
Regular deadlifts are great, but give these a shot if you want to strengthen a weak point or bring up a specific muscle group.
Do these exercises before you bench, squat, or deadlift and you'll lift more weight than ever before. Guaranteed.
Do clusters on the bench press, squat, or deadlift and you'll build strength fast. Here's a quick guide.
Want size? Want strength? How about both? Find the right loading scheme for your goal here.
Follow these two steps and you'll not only build strong delts, you'll keep them healthy.
Fix your form and build your shoulders. Here's how.
Partial-range reps develop strength better than just doing full range reps. Here's how and when to use them.
A little variety is good. A lot of variety is lazy and dumb. Here's why.
If your gains have stalled, it's probably because you're missing one thing in your workouts: volume. Here's how to intelligently add it.
Want to look damn good? Want to amplify athleticism? Then train the glutes directly. Here's how to do it while protecting the low back.
Recruit more muscle, build more muscle, and improve your pressing performance, all without pain. Here's how.
If you resist doing bodyweight exercises, it's probably because you're terrible at them. Here's how to identify and wipe out your weaknesses.
Strong muscles are awesome, but weight training can teach you lessons that go far beyond the gym. Here they are.
Build high-speed strength and smash the competition. The bench press won't do it, but these two lifts will.
Here's how to use biceps and triceps finishers to add pounds to your big lifts. Oh yeah, you'll also build bigger arms.
Powerlifting has a total – the sum of its three lifts. CrossFit has a total too. But are they really the best tests of athleticism? Enter the Pendlay total.
We ask our experts what training method or diet trend is the most overrated. They don't hold back. Let the butt-hurt begin.
Our experts set fire to the dumbest, most annoying training and diet trends. Are you blindly following any of them?
You need to do more push-ups. And you need to start doing them right for once. Here's what you need to know.
You might think these things are damn important to your training. In truth, they're not as crucial as you think.
What “missing” exercise would give you the most benefits if you added it to your program? We asked 10 pros. Their answers will surprise you.