Here's a video from one of T Nation's boot camps. In this intro, Coach Thibaudeau reviews several awesome training techniques.
To get results from this exercise, you must build a stable base. One way to do that is with the bottom-up variation. Here's how to do it.
When you do rows with a supinated grip, there's a greater overload stimulus on the biceps and you turn regular barbell rows into an arm AND back-builder.
Here's how to take this old school upper-body builder and make it work even better.
This is one of the best overall torso and core builders. Here's how to do it.
This odd-looking exercise adds width to the shoulders. Here's how to do it.
How do male gymnasts build such big biceps? Part of it involves their use of intense isometrics. Try this, no tights required.
An untrained back is an injury-prone back. Here's an exercise powerlifters use to bulletproof their lower backs.
The one-arm dumbbell bench press not only hits your chest, it helps you build core anti-rotation strength.
In the deadlift, if you can break the bar off the floor but struggle mid-shin, the problem is likely weak quads. Here's one way to fix it.
Recruit more muscle fibers with this mechanical drop set: triceps extension to forehead, triceps pullover and extension, then close-grip press.
Finish off your shoulder workout with this effective (but painful) exercise technique.
Stimulate more muscle growth with this dead-start exercise.
The secret to a good rollout is lat tension. Here's what most people do wrong and how to fix it.
Try this brutal leg training technique that painfully blends unilateral training, drop sets, and isometric holds.
Rotational core exercise. You need them. Try one of these.
Looks odd, but it's brutal on the quads due to the constant tension, even at the top of the rep.
Attach a two-inch pipe to some webbing and a cable machine to really build your grip and forearms. The resistance increases as you roll.
Want bigger forearms? Try this continuous tension superset for four sets.
One station, three exercises. Give this a shot for bigger biceps, triceps, and delts.
For greater range of motion in the contracted position, try a cambered bar.
Hit your abs, triceps, and chest. All you need is a medicine ball.
This three-part mechanical drop will have your lats, upper back, and arms begging for mercy.
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.
Do 4 sets of 15 reps. On the first 10 reps of a set, do normal curls. On the last 5 reps of each set, switch to hammer curls.