A legend created it, so why don't more people do it? Because they're hard! See for yourself.
Can't pass this quick test? Then you're gonna get injured in the gym. Luckily, you can fix everything at home with this drill.
Want bigger guns? Slap a horseshoe onto the back of your arms with this forgotten exercise.
Blast your upper body. Smash your lower body. Build your conditioning. And do it all with a foam roller. Wait, what?
For rotator cuff work, the dumbbell is seldom the right tool. Here's what to do instead.
Even an advanced lifter can get a damn good workout at home – without any special equipment. Here's how.
Blow up your arms and boost your bench press with this highly effective (but excruciating) finisher.
These will wreck your shoulder joints. Here's why, plus a better option.
Build your back, legs, and heart with this versatile athletic exercise.
All you need is 100 excruciating reps and a wheelchair to help you get around the next day. Sound fun? Try this!
Make pull-ups and chin-ups fun again. Build size and strength with these five challenging variations.
Performed correctly, they're perfectly fine for most people. Here's how to do them right.
Here's how to fire up your lats to build more muscle and strength.
Stuck at home? Here's how to whip up some homemade gains with eight advanced training methods.
Add a little intensity to the end of your lifting workouts... without wrecking your recovery. Here's how.
Can't get to the gym because of the weather, a global pandemic, or a zombie uprising? Build muscle anyway with these moves.
Spend the first 30 seconds of your rest period doing this and you'll gain some bonus muscle.
There's no point in strength training if you're always hurt. Get jacked AND healthy with these joint-friendly lifts.
Here's your favorite new exercise for back development.
Use these moves to build real-world core strength. Or, you know, just do them because abs look awesome. Whatever.
Build more muscle and spare your joints with intra-set tempo training. Here's how to do it.
Front load them so that you're actually working your back and not your hips or spinal muscles. Here's how.
If you're going to commit yourself to the drudgery of using an indoor cardio machine, you might as well get the most bang for your buck.
Believe or not, your rowing ergometer is a kickass core training tool too. Try these tough exercises!
Can't feel your abs working? Maybe your glutes and hams can help. Try these five moves.