To maximize arm size, you need to add this biceps movement to your program.
All you need is big balls. Actually, just one big ball. Check it out.
Build your glutes and your quads with this tougher-than-it-looks exercise.
Here's how to make two staple shoulder exercises even better.
Build your shoulders while preventing injuries with this stability-tension superset.
Fire up your central nervous system and recruit a monster amount of muscle fibers with this movement.
Can this butt-building exercise actually improve your back squat? Researchers have taken a look. You may be surprised.
What happens to the after-40 lifter? Does this milestone mean you have to train like a grandpa? Not necessarily. But here's what will lengthen your lifting life.
A study involving weight-trained women finds that one glute exercise works better than the others. Check it out.
Close grip or traditional grip? If an athlete wants to transfer strength into power, here's what science says is the best choice.
Here are six adjustments you can make to any workout program to make it more successful.
Here's a simple progression method that works every time, yet most people have never tried it.
You can have hinkey knees and still train hard. You just have to make a few adjustments to keep them happy. Here's how.
Build your legs, boost your regular squat, and work around injuries with this butt-busting variation.
What's more important, active recovery between sets or resting as much as possible? This new study on CrossFitters sheds some light.
Bodybuilders and recreational lifters need to do the opposite of what powerlifters do. Here's why.
You've seen the squat-booty memes, but the squat came in last for glute activation when compared to two other exercises.
Don't do more sets and reps than you need to. All it does is eat into your recovery and slow down gains. Details here.
For complete chest development, don't forget this classic. Bonus: There's a new way to do it for even better results. Check this out.
Here's why everyone needs to add some higher-rep sets to their workouts.
Hitting each muscle once per week works for newbies, but not for experienced lifters. Here's why and what to do about it.
For the experienced lifter, this effective training method allows you to build strength without all the risky 1RMs.
Whether you're working around an injury, need a break from deadlifting, or just hate the deadlift for some reason, try these proven alternatives.
Hip flexion good. Trunk flexion bad. Here's why and what each looks like so you can make sure your form is correct.
You can't just keep slapping on more weight forever. Sooner or later, you have to use other methods to keep muscle growing. Here are the 7 best ways to do it.