Want a bigger bench? Want a bigger chest? Get both. Here's what you need to know.
Use this machine along with mechanical drop sets to ignite new muscle growth.
Every lifter needs more rotational work in his programming. Try this exercise.
Standard farmer's walks are awesome for building full-body strength and metabolic conditioning. Now try these cool specialty variations.
You need more than mobility. You need 3D mobility. Try these drills.
Here's a nifty trick that lets you easily slap on 10, 25, or 35 pounds to a cable weight stack.
Free weights are usually best, but not always. We asked 6 coaches and pros about their favorite machine and how they like to use it. Check it out.
Training helps with depression. But what happens when you stop training? Are men and women affected differently? Here's the science.
This lift is easy on your joints, kind to your shoulders, and polite to your achy elbows. And it'll still get you super strong.
Squat more and get injured less with this simple warm up.
This advanced style of push-up is not only a great upper-body builder, it's a good alternative to use when your shoulders are acting up.
Exercises are tools. You've got to know how to use them properly. Here's a list of commonly misused ones.
The stability ball crunch is a good exercise, but most people screw it up. Here's how to do it right for best results.
Parallel is better for strength, power, and pain-free gains. Here's why.
For strength and size gains, you need some cable work. Here are eleven cable exercises you've probably never even tried.
Newbies do, but how about advanced lifters? Here's why intuition and autoregulation is often best.
Wait, butt exercises for healthy knees? Yep. Here's why and how to do these movements.
The basic squat is the missionary position of leg workouts. Go Kama Sutra on your leg training with these alternatives.
For the hip thrust, focus more on mind-muscle connection than the amount of weight you use. Add a band for accommodating resistance.
Build muscle and keep your shoulders healthy with this time-efficient strategy.
Compared to Olympic lifts for training explosive qualities, the swing is easier to learn with lower risk. Adding a band makes it even more explosive.
Deloads are often misused. They can accelerate your gains, but they can also derail them. Here's how to make a better plan.
Strengthen the glutes for a better deadlift and squat, or just build a better butt, with the cable pull-through.
Hitting each muscle group twice per week is perfect for most lifters. But how do you organize your training? Try these three splits.
Building total-body strength takes more than three lifts. Add these exercises to your plan and see how strong you can really get.