Top deadlifters know how to use a belt to stay safer and lift heavier. Here are two common mistakes to avoid.
It's nasty and uncomfortable, but it'll make you bigger and stronger. Here's how to do it.
Whether you're a powerlifter working on posterior chain strength or a figure competitor working on a great butt, the pull-through is awesome. Here's how to do it.
Most people think the bench press builds the best pecs. Well, most people are wrong. The dip is better. And it can be a great triceps exercise as well, if you do it right.
Feeling butt hurt? Like literal butt hurt? Stop rolling on a lacrosse ball to target the piriformis. Here's a better way.
If you can do a ton of weight or a ton of reps on this exercise, you're doing it wrong. Here's how to make it really work.
This exercise basically combines all the benefits of a lateral raise, front raise, and band pull-apart.
Do this on the your next off day to move better and feel better.
Nothing gives you that look of power like well-developed traps. Try this exercise to build yours.
Do squats hurt, and not in a good way? This drill will help you fix your squat mechanics and technique.
The dumbbell pullover is a classic bodybuilding exercise for the lats. But here's how to take it up a notch for even better results.
Make the lateral raise work even better with this simple modification.
A lot of people today foam roll their backs before or after training, but most are doing it wrong. Here's how to do it right.
Here are three universal rules for the deadlift that work for just about every lifter.
Want to do a proper kettlebell swing? Get kicked in the junk. Really, that's the perfect form cue. Here's why.
Push-ups on rings or straps are not only challenging, they also allow you to train around injuries and really target the chest. Here's how to do them.
Finish off your next leg day with a few sets of these. This is a great technique if your main goal is muscle growth.
With the 2/1 technique, you lift the weight using two limbs and lower the weight with one limb. Here's how it looks.
Use this movement as a warm-up, to build more explosive power, or to get better at Olympic-style lifting.
This tough push-up variation not only hits your chest, it also challenges your core and improves shoulder stability.
If you only do pulldowns and rows for lats, you're missing something... like your lats in many cases. Try this to really target them.
Do this before your regular deadlift session and you'll perform better. Or just do it for bigger, stronger traps and lats. Here's how.
Most lifters struggle with getting their weight back on the deadlift. That leads to poor form and poor performance. Here's how to easily fix it.
The secret to a good rollout is lat tension. Here's what most people do wrong and how to fix it.
Tension builds muscle. Here's how to ramp it up to build your delts.