You don't need a fancy machine to build a big back. These simple variations will maximize size and strength.
Build your shoulders, spare your joints. Try this alternative to the standard overhead press.
I'm thinking about great, big triceps. Triceps so thick that you'd have to rest them on a desk or chair to keep them from tiring your shoulders and elbows. What did these old-school guys do to get them?
You've heard the same advice for years, you've tried it, but you still slouch. Here's what'll finally help.
The RDL is awesome for posterior-chain strength. Fix these common mistakes and watch your gains skyrocket.
This challenging workout might just kill you. But what doesn't kill you... well, you know the rest.
Get bigger and stronger. Here are the best exercises you've been missing out on.
Certain attachments allow for more natural movement patterns for better gains and fewer pains.
Are you big and strong? Not according to the dumpster fire that is social media. Here's how to REALLY evaluate your gains.
Stop hating the sumo deadlift. Here's why it's awesome.
One-legged squats are challenging, but they don't seem to build much muscle. This one will, according to science.
You probably have one of these things. Here's a clever way to work your way up to the most bad-ass variation.
Trying to build your shoulders and traps? Make this your new go-to exercise.
Build your upper back and lats with the exercise you just can't cheat, no matter how hard you try.
Reverse, forward, and walking lunges all in the same set? Yes. Here's how to do it.
When your go-to shoulder exercises stop working, try these. Then get ready to buy some new T-shirts.
Training at home? Here are two exercises requiring minimal equipment that get the job done.
Build your abs and improve your posture with a workout you can do anywhere.
Reap the benefits of two different deadlift variations with this exercise. Check it out.
It's the bodyweight exercise that humbles even the strongest of lifters. Here's how to do one if you CAN'T do one.
Up your poundage and take your bench press to a new level. Here's how.
Here's how to build arm size and brutal grip strength just about anywhere.
Is there any evidence behind the muscle-bound meathead mystique? Info here.
Is the bench press right for you? Maybe. But maybe not. Here's what you need to know.
Here's a great way to nail your posterior chain, no heavy barbell required.