The 21s method is a proven muscle builder. Here's how to make it even better.
Manage fatigue and blast new personal records with 7/5/3 wave loading. Here's how.
Use the classic 21's method, normally reserved for biceps, to finally add some size to your delts. Here's how.
Use this smart training method to increase tension for size and strength gains.
How much weight should you be able to lift? How many reps should you be able to do? Here are some guidelines for natural, non-mutant lifters.
This is not for beginners. But if you're past that stage, this variation will crush your chest, shoulders, and triceps... in a good way.
Individuality in training is essential. But there are some principles that EVERYONE who enters the gym should follow. Here they are.
Think you've tried everything? Nope. Check out this chest-building exercise.
Great ab exercise, but most people do it wrong. Here's how to fix it and get better results.
This pivot press is clever. And tough. Very tough. Take a look.
Here's how to use the 10-1 method to build a barn-door back.
Build more upper-body strength and size with this brutally tough training method.
Can you do three measly reps using this training method? Maybe. Give it a shot.
These classic upper-body exercises are making a comeback. Here's a quick refresher on both of them.
This might just be the toughest bodyweight-only exercise for quads. Take a look.
How's your overall fitness level? Test it today. Here's how.
Fire up those quads, hamstrings, and glutes with this workout challenge you can do anywhere.
The do's and don'ts of proper spotting.
Yeah, these are gonna burn. But in a good way that builds your butt.
No weights, no worries. Slide this tougher-than-it-looks exercise into your next leg day. Works great as a finisher too.
Spot like a pro. Here's exactly how to do it.
This exercise looks pretty easy. It's not.
If you combine heavy weights and a pump, your muscles have no choice but to get bigger and stronger. Here are 5 proven ways to do it.
Are you long-limbed and lanky? This should be your go-to squat variation.
A new study suggests 1 set is as good as 3 or 5 when it comes to building strength. What should we make of this?