Build bigger hammies with this back-friendly pulling variation.
Got puny shoulders? Here's why, plus four smart exercises to get them growing.
Here's an easy way to balance your training and avoid shoulder pain and injuries.
Get that hamstring hang you've always wanted. Here are some fresh lifts to try on your next leg day.
Here's what to do if your curls aren't cutting it.
But hey, at least you'll be a crybaby with great abs. Check it out.
These unique back exercises and form tweaks will help you build a bigger, stronger back. Guaranteed.
It increases stability and reduces shoulder pain too. Check it out.
They increase the amount of a growth-regulating protein almost twice as much as an upper body/lower body split. Here's the science.
Here's how to progress this classic exercise to build an even stronger midsection. No newbies allowed.
Many experienced lifters make these training mistakes. Do you?
The way most people do pulldowns won't actually hit the lats much. Try this unique variation instead and feel the cramp.
How to keep your strength while dieting. How to build muscle after 40. Here's everything you need to know.
Heavy pressing can wreck your wrists. Here's how to avoid that.
More tension, more gains. And that's where bands come in. Slap some more muscle on your body by adding bands to the basic lifts.
Body fat is only one of them. Here's what you may not know.
The 5x5 system has been around forever for a reason: it works. But it has its shortcoming. Let's make it even better.
Yes... and no. Here's what every smart lifter needs to consider.
Build bigger quads with this quick adjustment.
Completely reshape your body with this sophisticated and straightforward diet and training plan.
A new study involving both naturals and druggies sheds some light on this common question. Check it out.
Yes, trained correctly, you can do these shoulder wideners daily. Here's how.
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!
Should you be using the one-and-a-half method in your training? If you're after size and strength, then yes! Check this out.
How to use high-frequency sled work for gains.