Add this to your workout and make your pull-ups easier, your arms jacked, and your shoulders healthy.
Rows are nonnegotiable in back training. So mix it up a little with this new variation.
It's a classic exercise, but most people are doing it wrong. Here's how to do it right.
You already know you need to "row to grow" but you've probably never tried this effective row variation. Check it out.
Can't feel your lats working? Can't get them to grow? This exercise will fix both of those problems, fast! Check it out.
This underrated chest exercise builds pecs, delts, and triceps. No bench required. Here's how you do it.
Increase core stability and also boost shoulder strength and mobility with this advanced exercise. Check it out.
One row to build your back and biceps, boost your deadlift, and even improve your posture. Check it out.
For direct biceps training, you can't beat these variations. Funny thing is, most people have never even tried them.
Increase forearm and finger strength with rice, then hoist some heavier weights. Here's how.
It looks like you're "cheating" but doing your pull-ups this way has several advantages. Take a look.
No pull-up bar? No problem. Try this.
Yes, just one set. One excruciating set that'll make your eyeballs pop out. Here's how to do it.
Build your shoulders with this unique exercise that feels great even on well-worn delts.
Your "yoke" training is missing something, and it shows. Try these two exercise variations for bigger, stronger traps.
You'll build more muscle. Here are a few ways to do it, and some ideas to try if that's just not possible for you.
Do this simple exercise often to fix your posture and make your shoulders feel awesome when you go heavy.
There's a smarter way to build bigger, stronger biceps. Check it out.
Most lifters use the leg press as a substitute for the squat when their backs hurt. Not smart. Here's what to do instead.
There's a better exercise to build your back. Safer too. Check it out.
Find out if you have high or low T just by checking out this body part. And no, it's not the part you're thinking about.
Yes, you can deadlift almost every day, get stronger, and not get injured. Here's how.
Amazingly, creatine works better for certain muscles than it does for others. Take a look at this new science.
Over 200 legal drugs can trigger depressive symptoms. You're probably using a couple of them. Here's the list.
Most lifters trying to build muscle are either going too light or too heavy. Here's how to find your sweet spot for hypertrophy.