All females are capable of doing pull-ups. They just need to master a few smart progression methods and sack up. Here's how.
We look to science to find out which exercise reins supreme for lats, traps, and biceps. Bonus: Two cool tricks to get better results with both.
Challenge yourself, crush boredom, and build a capable upper body with these butt-kicking variations.
These aren't just workouts, they're also strength and stamina tests. Grab your best friend or your worst enemy and see who comes out on top.
Get stronger on pull-ups and you'll get better at just about everything. Here's how to do it, whether you can crank out a dozen or you're working on your first strict rep.
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.
You probably think a few of these myths are true... and that's hindering your back growth. Let's set the record straight.
Stuck with only a straight bar to use in gym? Try these training tricks.
Most assisted pull-up machines will NOT make you better at regular pull-ups, but there is one that will. Check it out.
No pull-up bar? No problem. Try this.
Build and strengthen your back, chest, and arms with these two training methods.
The fastest way to boost your chin-up strength. Check it out.
Here's why, plus how to prevent the most common mistake.
Find out how strong your biceps and lats really are.
This movement is often used as a regression in functional fitness classes. Problem is, it doesn't do much of anything. Here's why.
Most people who say they can do 10 or more pull-ups are only doing a few REAL pull-ups. The rest are cheated. Get strict to get strong. Here's how.
Do this simple exercise a few times per week and watch your grip strength skyrocket.
Do more pull-ups and do them with more weight strapped to your body. How? Use this cool training method.
Are you swinging back and forth? Are you struggling to get even a couple of good reps? Here's what to do.