These strategies will allow you to make greater gains by doing more work in the gym in a given amount of time.
Build your upper back with a twist on this classic bodyweight exercise.
The back does way more than you think, and you're probably not challenging it optimally for growth. Add these exercises.
These athletic core exercises require some degree of powerful, explosive, or fast movement. Master them and get better at everything.
Limb length relative to torso length is one of the main factors that determines which muscles receive the most stimulation. Info here.
Make this change and you'll build bigger biceps and lats. Oh, and your joints will feel better.
It's time to stop working out in just two dimensions. Add some frontal plane movement with these four step-off variations.
Increase time under tension, create an enormous pump, and make gains... if you can take the pain. Here's how.
Got elbow pain? Stop making it worse with your arm training. Try this instead.
Unstable training has become a joke, but it's not ALL bad. The right kind can get you bigger and stronger. These exercises are worth doing.
Add double-up drop sets to your next back workout. You'll hate it... but you'll love the results.
Set your lats on fire (in a fun way). Finish off your back workout with one set of this.
Everybody's got a strong side and a weak side but when the difference is too great, symmetry and progress go out the window. Let's fix that.
If you're on the lanky side, this is a better leg builder than the back squat.
Maximize the pump and guarantee growth with this mechanical drop set.
Don't waste half your workout trying to get mobile. Try this efficient stretch.
Think you're done gaining size? Raise your rep ranges and get bigger. Here's why it works for middle-aged lifters.
Strengthen your mind-muscle connection and immediately start building more muscle. Here's how.
Build a brutal back with this lat-widening finisher.
This bodyweight superset is tougher than it looks. Prepare to hurt the next day. Check it out.
Chances are you're not doing this incredibly effective deadlift variation. And if you are, you're probably making some mistakes. Let's fix that.
Still training one body part a day? There's a better plan. Check it out.
Get your pull-ups to hit your lats instead of stressing out your joints. Try this.
Yeah, yeah, it'll make your butt look good too. Check it out.
This is the advice someone would give you if he were brutally honest and didn't give a damn about your feelings. Wear your cup.