Not only will this lunge variation work better on your saggy ass, it's also safer on the knees. Here's exactly how to do it.
People will look at you funny when you do this exercise. That's okay, your traps will be bigger and stronger than theirs. Take a look.
Are you a micro-repper? Don't be. Everyone is laughing at you.
Strengthen this part of your glutes and you'll improve your squats and deadlifts. You might even relieve some lower back pain.
This jack-of-all-trades supplement grows muscle, reduces fat, raises testosterone, lowers estrogen, and fights diseases.
Women have whispered about it for years and now science has confirmed its existence. This is fascinating.
Back pain? Hip mobility issues? This quick fix is for you.
It's easy to drop bodyfat if your cravings for sweets and other junk are taken away. Here's one way to do it, according to science.
Yes, the deadlift is awesome, but it's not so great for hypertrophy. Here's why, plus a better option for size gains.
The standard deadlift is great for strength, but it's missing something when it comes to hypertrophy. Try this variation instead.
It's the favorite exercise of bad personal trainers and people who don't look like they lift. Here's why you should avoid it.
Do this at the dinner table to allow insulin to deliver nutrients to muscle instead of fat.
A new study shows how little creatine you can take and still reap the athletic performance benefits. Check it out.
One pattern of eating disrupts metabolism and dietary behaviors more than any other. Here's how to avoid it.
It's surprising how many people miss this step because they get caught up in the details. Let's set things straight.
Go lighter for more gains? Yes. Work your way up to doing this exercise for 5 minutes straight for big forearms and a monster grip.
It used to be the rule for building big quads, but today most people haven't heard of it. Let's change that.
This posture issue will lead to lifting injuries and recurring headaches. Here's how to straighten it up.
If you can pass this test, move to heavy barbell squats. If not, you have some work to do first.
We know now that coffee can be a health food. But what kind of coffee? Here's the science.
Four reasons to eat more of this stuff, including stronger erections and higher testosterone levels.
Do this exercise for a crushing grip, jacked forearms, and better biceps. Here's how.
Fix your posture and correct all those imbalances caused by too much benching. Nails your core too. Take a look.
Follow these two steps and you'll not only build strong delts, you'll keep them healthy.
If you could only do one exercise for delts, what would it be? Here's what science says to do.