Many lifters don't need direct biceps and triceps work. Some need a little. Some need a lot. Here's how to know what's best for your body and your goals.
Feeling your squats and deadlifts in your spine and not your muscles? Not good. Here's how to fix it.
This knee-friendly quad killer allows you to load heavier and really focus on destroying the muscles you want to target.
The 5x5 system has been around forever for a reason: it works. But it has its shortcoming. Let's make it even better.
Start building a better serratus anterior right now. Here's how.
Give your arms a case of swoliosis with this curling technique.
Unless you're a competitive powerlifter, traditional deadlifts are overrated, especially for athletes. Here's why.
Here's an easy and fun way to bulletproof your shoulders against injuries and even improve your posture.
Always doing the same two back exercises? That doesn't cut it. For more size and strength, try these variations.
Here's how to use iso-holds to stimulate new growth in your hamstrings, glutes, biceps, and more.
Here's a quick way to fire up the right muscles so you can lift more weight and protect your back.
Build your back and legs with this easy and convenient equipment swap.
Ready to try angled barbell training? Start here.
This specialty exercise will build your arms two different ways. Check it out!
This advanced program will build rapid strength and add mass to your entire body. Here's how to do it.
Try this simple training method for nine weeks and get ready to buy some new T-shirts.
Here's how to set yourself up for the hardest set you've ever done and renew your optimism about your growth potential.
Can't do dips? Train your chest and triceps with this bodyweight move instead.
Build massive quads (or die trying) with 40 reps of this exercise. Check it out.
Build bigger, stronger hamstrings in four weeks.
That may include you. Here's how to fix these common technique makes.
Want abs? It's time to crank up the resistance, extend the TUT, and add a proven bodybuilding technique to your workouts. Try these moves!
Prevent injuries, perform better athletically, and smash some PRs by adding a few of these moves to your next workout.
Here's a clever way to go heavier and stay safer during unilateral leg exercises.
Here's how to use mega-high reps to build size, increase strength potential, and improve athletic performance.