Everyone needs more hip mobility, especially lifters. Here are several ways to get it.
Master the false grip to master the muscle-up and other moves. This is also a great way to strengthen your forearms.
Unlike the regular box squat, this variation has you tapping the box with your glutes, but not sitting, keeping the hip extensors engaged.
Keep tension on the down side by not lowering all the way. This will increase muscle activation and create the occlusion effect for hypertrophy.
Build more muscle by holding the top dumbbell isometrically between reps.
Shrugs are great, but most lifters only do them vertically. They can also be done horizontally to hit different areas of the traps and back.
The bench press and the overhead press require strong forearms and stable wrists. This bodyweight exercise helps with both.
Place your elbows on a bench and allow a bit of bending in the knees for better activation and results.
This bent-knee variation works best for most people because it keeps the hip flexors from taking over.
Make the ab rollout even better by lifting your feet up. This takes the hamstrings out of the movement and makes your core work harder.
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Nail your core and strengthen your serratus with this tougher-than-it-looks exercise.
Think of this exercise as a kind of standing ab rollout. Great for overall core strength.
This tough rollout variation will nail your core and your lats. Do 3 to 6 sets of 5 to 8 rolls.
Get better results from the butt-building hip thrust with these tips.
This glute bridge variation activates the glutes like nothing else. Great for warming up for hip thrusts or used as a finisher.
The most common push-up mistake is letting the hips sag. Here's a simple cue to fix that problem instantly.
This drill teaches you to set your shoulders correctly so you can get the most out of your lat exercises.
For complete development, don't forget the front of the calves.
Once you master the muscle-up, progress by adding weight just as you would a pull-up.
Dumbbell Romanian deadlifts allow for more range of motion than the barbell variation. Great exercise for the glutes, hams, and low back.
This classic strength training method has you starting the lift from the bottom with the concentric portion of the movement.
Improve your rate of force development with this variation of the jerk.
Build strength and power by starting your bench press from a dead-start position. Here's how.
Build more overhead strength using this concentric-based movement.