Ramp up your triceps workout with this new drop set variation.
Blow up your lats, rhomboids, rear delts, and traps with his new twist on a classic intensity technique.
It depends. Here's what you need to know.
If you want to motivate a client, your spouse, or your training partner, the words you use are important. Here's the latest science.
Yes, you do have time to train... if you'll make a plan, shut up, and stop socializing. Follow these guidelines and check out the sample programs.
Even if you didn't inherit the best genetics for big arms, this superset will make a visual impact.
Build your six-pack and crank up your core strength with this surprisingly tough exercise.
Blast your arms, shoulders, back, and chest with these seven unique drop sets.
Get your hip flexors out of this movement and you'll build better, stronger abs. Take a look.
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There is a difference. And both variations are safe if you do them right. Here's how.
You're already doing the big basics, right? Now add these. You'll get stronger, perform better athletically and get more jacked.
There are some people who need advanced drills and programming. You may not be one of them. Here's how to keep it simple and get strong.
You need it, but it can also wreck you as you accumulate more years under the bar. Here's how to manage it.
Some functional training zealots love to hate on bodybuilding-style lifting. But it's the MOST functional form of resistance training. Here's why.
Combine a loaded stretch, slow negatives, and a vicious mechanical drop set to trigger biceps growth multiple ways. Here's how.
Hit a sticking point on a major lift like the deadlift? Try this.
Fire up your athleticism. Build your shoulders. Get a bulletproof core. And do it all while having some fun. Here's how.
Use the muscle round technique to light up your brachialis and add size to your arms.
Always use a full range of motion... except when you shouldn't. This can change as you gain more experience. Info here.
If your main goal is to build muscle, stop training with your ego. Try this instead.
Crank up the reps and the training frequency to add some size to your stubborn calves. Bonus: You can do this anywhere, every day.
Once you're past the newbie stage, try this barbell curling strategy to trigger new arm hypertrophy.
A lot of times, your deadlift stalls out because you lack isometric strength in your lats. Let's fix that... and build some new mass too.