This easy trick will fix your deadlift form and help you pull bigger numbers. Take a look.
Most people really mess up this common pec stretch. Here's why you should avoid it and what you should replace it with.
Not dumbbell rows, but barbell rows with one arm. Here's how to do it.
Three new ways to hit your shoulders, traps, and serratus. Take a look.
To build your pecs, sometimes you have to break the rules. Here are two ways to do it.
You've heard about its mild fat-burning benefits. Here's how to really crank them up.
This popular stretch can do more harm than good. Here's why, plus a much better alternative.
It's simple, it's healthy, and yeah, there's only a single ingredient. Here's how to make it.
Here's a little trick to help you find the perfect stance for a bigger, safer pull.
This amino improves your focus, mood, energy, and even learning abilities. Here's the science.
By improving the activation and recruitment of the core, you'll increase your strength in the big lifts. Here's how to do it.
There's a simple way to tell if the fruits or vegetables you're buying are chemical-free. Here it is.
Grab a kettlebell or a dumbbell and take a walk. There are tons of benefits. Check out these two variations.
Not making gains? It's probably more diet-related than training-related. Here's a reality check.
Does kinesiotape actually do anything? Here's the truth.
Can you pass this test? Here's exactly how to do it, plus how to get better if you suck.
Hitting your calves hard and not getting results? Before you gripe about genetics, add this to the end of every calf workout.
Here are the 16 most pesticide-ridden fruits and vegetables and how to “fix” them. Bonus: The 15 cleanest choices.
The way most people do push-ups leads to acute and chronic injury to the joints and tissues. Here's how to fix it.
There's more than one way to use isometrics for core strength. Here's one that beats the boring plank.
Correct strength imbalances and bring up your weak points by using this counterintuitive training method. Check it out.
It looks like you're "cheating" but doing your pull-ups this way has several advantages. Take a look.
They wore body armor. You can just use a belt to add weight. Here's how to do it.
If it looks like you're having a seizure when you train abs, you're not getting much benefit... and you're asking for injury. Try this instead.
Your "yoke" training is missing something, and it shows. Try these two exercise variations for bigger, stronger traps.