Got a bench, a rack, a bar, and a mountain of plates? Awesome. Now it's time to have some fun.
Who needs a coach, trainer, or superior workout partner when you can do this? A low-budget solution to a big-budget problem.
Strapped for time? Get a great workout anyway. All it takes is twenty minutes. Here's what to do.
Some commercial gyms are going out of business. But that doesn't have to affect your gains. Here's why.
Here's your recipe for bigger, stronger, better performing hamstrings.
Stop screwing up this basic core move. Here's a simple trick to help you get it right.
Get strong like a powerlifter, jacked like a bodybuilder, and powerful like an athlete... at the same time. Try this.
This forgotten move will make your delts stronger, rounder, and healthier. Geez, what more do you want?
Technically sound strength training is dependent on good mobility. Here are the moves experienced lifters need.
What's happening to your athletic performance levels, along with your ass, from spending so much time just sitting around?
Add a little chaos to your training and blow through your sticking points.
Combine these two squat variations for awesome results.
But try anyway because it'll add some extra bang to your guns... fast.
Strengthen the muscles in your groin and you'll protect your hips and knees during heavy deads and squats. Here's how to do it.
Here's how big guys can make those leverage disadvantages work in their favor to break plateaus and build even more muscle.
All you need to do is to focus on the upper-arm muscles you've been missing. Here's how.
In sports and life, your limbs move reciprocally. So why don't we train that way? Try these moves for real-world back strength.
It's like a Pallof press, but vertical. Take a look.
Make these common exercises more glute dominant with these simple tweaks.
Lifters spend too much time on the floor rolling around and rubbing on themselves. Here are three better ways to keep yourself in the game.
If you really want bigger biceps, start your workout with these. Here's how many sets and reps to do.
If conventional barbell pressing hurts your shoulders, there's a solution for that. Try these exercises and make some new, pain-free gains.
Add this to your next shoulder workout, especially if military presses bother your shoulders.
If you're not a fan of reverse lunges it's probably because you're not using these tips.
I'm thinking about great, big triceps. Triceps so thick that you'd have to rest them on a desk or chair to keep them from tiring your shoulders and elbows. What did these old-school guys do to get them?