Achy neck? Messed up shoulders? This can help.
Smoke your abs and obliques with nine exercises and minimal rest. You ready?
All you need is an old magazine and some carpet. Try it!
Improve your resting heart rate, recover faster, and live longer. It's incredibly easy to do, but most lifters avoid it.
All the reverse flyes in the world won't build up your lagging posterior delts. Add this move to shoulder day.
The way most people do pulldowns won't actually hit the lats much. Try this unique variation instead and feel the cramp.
Hit the floor and train your core, lats, and delts. You'll even get some conditioning work in.
Ditch the weights and build some real size. Sounds crazy, but this superset should be the foundation of your biceps and triceps training.
Pump up your quads, stretch your tight hammies, and work your abs too. No gym required.
Sick of push-up challenges? Switch things up with this and balance out your home training.
Can't do dips? Train your chest and triceps with this bodyweight move instead.
No gym? Here's a lower-body blaster you can do anywhere.
This knee-friendly quad killer allows you to load heavier and really focus on destroying the muscles you want to target.
These active openers will keep your back and knees healthy. And that translates into bigger, better squats.
Scientists wire up a bunch of lifters to see which type of deadlift is best for working the glutes and hamstrings. Here are the results.
Ditch the standard plank and replace it with this.
If you're going to commit yourself to the drudgery of using an indoor cardio machine, you might as well get the most bang for your buck.
Think you know how to do barbell curls? Think again. You probably don't.
Set your lats on fire (in a fun way). Finish off your back workout with one set of this.
Finish off your back workout with a few rounds of this. Bonus: It'll wake up your rhomboids too, which will help improve your crappy posture.
Build starting strength and reactive power with this challenging push-up variation.
Crank up the effectiveness of the floor press with this simple twist. Bonus: You'll be able to lift more weight too.
Think bodyweight squats are too easy for you? This one will floor a guy who can squat 500 pounds. Check it out.
Drop to the floor and try this complete core move. Warning: It's tougher than it looks!
Science says this will help you lose a pound of fat per week without changing your diet. Details here.