Using a trap bar combined with the Reeves grip (holding the plates) puts you in a great position for training the traps, legs, back, and more.
Build the forgotten muscle in your upper arms and bring up those puny forearms too with this exercise.
Do the eccentric accentuated push press. Fancy name, brutal strength exercise.
Keep the arm that's not moving in the bottom position between reps. Lift your legs to increase neural drive and motor unit recruitment.
For hip hinge exercises like RDLs and deadlifts, watch out for this common mistake.
This targets the glutes, hamstrings, postural muscles and, of course, the rear delts.
Ramp up the floor press with chains, which overload the top portion of the movement that hits the triceps. NFL athletes Larry Pinkard and Adrian Hubbard demonstrate here.
Use kettlebells and a decline bench for your pullovers to increase tension and range of motion.
Do squats hurt, and not in a good way? This drill will help you fix your squat mechanics and technique.
NFL athlete Bryce Canady demonstrates the power rack eccentric potentiation (PREP) method of overloading a slow negative.
This is a true multi-functional exercise. It not only works the rear delts, but it nails the entire posterior chain from head to toe.
This variation simulates a decline pullover (more range of motion) but with extra core engagement. NFL athlete Jarius Wynn demonstrates.
Test your strength and stability by trying these with bodyweight. Example: A 200 pound man should be able to use a 100 pound dumbbell in each hand.
Most people, including coaches, are doing their push-ups incorrectly. (That's how they can get so many reps.) Here's how to do them right.
Using chains for dips is not only a good way to add weight, the chains will actually teach proper form on regular dips.
Using 120 percent of your 1RM skull crusher, lower the KBs slowly, switch angles to an incline press, and press back to the top.
Boost tension, cellular swelling, and create occlusion with this curl variation.
Keep the low back pushed into the floor to keep constant tension on the targeted muscles with this pullover variation.
The pull-through is a great exercise for building glutes, but here are two ways to make it even better.
Build your chest and improve your lifting mechanics with this bench press variation.
This technique really improves your bench press mechanics and pressing power. Check it out.
Most lifters over-pull when doing pull-ups and lat pulldowns. Here's why that's not good and what the movement should look like.
It's a common mistake. Here's what it looks like and how to fix it.
Perfect your pulling technique and challenge yourself in a whole new way with this exercise.
Also called the reverse inverted row, this odd-looking exercise boosts your bench press by teaching lat and upper back activation.