Whether you're new to lifting or a seasoned strength trainer looking to take up competition, understanding the difference is critical.
You need more than shrugs for big traps. Add one of these four movements to your list.
Boost growth hormone and build strength and muscle by using this simple training trick.
Get more range of motion and improve your weightlifting technique with these simple stretches.
Love the Olympic lifts but also want to look like you lift? Add these accessory moves to your plan.
Here's a great movement for the beginner Olympic lifter or for anyone who wants to build some impressive traps.
The numbers prove that old-time training methods work the best. Here's what you need to know.
If you're not involved in the sport of weightlifting, do you need these shoes? Here's what a doctor of physical therapy says.
Do drop sets that are targeted towards your muscle-fiber makeup. Here's how.
The O-lifts are getting more popular, but some folks are jumping into them too fast. Here's how to know if you're ready.
Always train neurologically demanding lifts first in a workout, right? Well, not always. Here's why.
Trigger new muscle growth, improve performance, and strengthen a weak core. All with one exercise. Here's how to do it.
The one-arm snatch is one of the best and most time-efficient total body exercises. Here’s how to do it.
Are you doing Olympic lifts to get bigger, stronger, and more explosive? You're probably wasting your time. Here's why.
If you want to learn how to snatch, stop watching miserable YouTube poseurs and read this article.
Increase muscular power and overall athleticism with this challenging, yet fun, lift.
Here’s how to make learning the Olympics lifts a whole lot easier.
You often need specialized equipment to do the Olympic lifts, but that's not the case with these dumbbell variations.
Size gains with the Olympic lifts? Yes, it’s possible. Here’s how.
The muscle snatch is an Olympic-style lift that doesn't need much coaching. You just grip it and rip it. Here’s how.
The snatch is one of the toughest Olympic lifting movements to learn, but this guide will get you started.
Weak neck, weak body. Here's the best way to build that pencil-neck.
Do athletes really need to perform Olympic lifts to be fast and explosive? Not really, says this coach. Here’s why.
You don’t have to be an Olympian to do these. If you want to burn fat, increase power, and gain athleticism, master these lifts.
Train slow and you'll be slow. Train explosively and you'll become a powerful, lighting-fast animal. Here's how.