You have problems, the trainer says. And of course, only he can fix them... for a price. Here's the truth.
Try these five moves to build your back, arms, and grip. Master at least one. Then get high.
Hit proper squat depth comfortably by taking care of your hip, ankle, and spine mobility. Here's how to do it.
Shock your biceps into growing with this brutally effective, plateau-busting workout.
Here's a twist on CrossFit's toes-to-bar exercise... but without the whole kipping bit.
Here's why everyone needs to be doing some grip-focused work, plus a new twist on a classic grip-builder.
Got an irritated lower back? Don't let it keep you from training. Here's what to do.
Lunges are hard and we hate them... but we do them anyway. Here's why, plus four challenging new ways to do them.
Have injuries or poor mobility made overhead pressing painful? No worries. Here are four ways to build your shoulders without pissing them off.
Heavy lifting is good. Compressing your spine every day is not so good. Here's how to decompress, feel better, and keep adding plates.
Build that horseshoe and lock out your bench press like a pro. Try these arm-builders ASAP.
Science-backed, gym-proven strategies for hypertrophy. This covers it all.
Protect your spine and get better results from your unilateral training. Here's how.
Got stubborn biceps? Use this smart training method to get their attention.
Can't get to the gym because of the weather, a global pandemic, or a zombie uprising? Build muscle anyway with these moves.
Train anywhere and pack muscle onto your legs with this cheap tool.
Some obtuse coaches try to demonize certain types of training equipment. Here's the truth.
Build calves that perform as good as they look. Here's how.
If you can crank out pull-ups like a pro already, here's what to do next.
Get strong, stay healthy, and be ready to compete. Mix things up with these plateau-busting exercises.
Boulder shoulders are built from all sides. Hit the back of them with these unique lifts.
Don't let your sled gather dust. Here's how to make this brutal piece of equipment your favorite.
Use this exercise three different ways to become a better (and less injured) deadlifter.
Use these moves to build real-world core strength. Or, you know, just do them because abs look awesome. Whatever.
Have some fun with your pull-ups while still making gains in size and strength. Try these variations.