Twelve reader favorites from the past week and from the archives, curated to save you time and bring you happiness.
This strategy will flat out make you strong, even beyond the walls of the weight room.
Nick shares some valuable insights into training, recovery, and nutrition that will benefit anyone who likes to lift heavy.
Find out what percentage of zone lifts provide the best conditioning for your goals.
What I love about squats is their versatility. There's a squat for every almost occasion and purpose.
Use this mobility sequence to improve the function of your thoracic back and help your overhead squat.
Strength training veteran Charles Staley is here to answer our readers' questions about life and lifting.
The bridge has a high EMG activity, so it should teach our glutes to work when we perform the squat. Why doesn’t this happen?
There is a lot of talk about the posterior chain of strength and stability, but for most people, weakness begins in the lateral chain.
Enhancing hip function is the first place I look to make significant gains in my clients’ ability to move better.
Super heavyweights in weightlifting or powerlifting always seem to lift more and more as they get heavier. What gives?
You’re about to identify which muscles are working against you, and how to get them fired up for a bigger squat.
The best advice I can give is to have fun and learn from your own performance and from competitors.
Despite looking cool and being popular, the pistol has a number of drawbacks.
What was final straw that made me turn my back on the king of strength exercises?
Strength from the the kettlebell swing improves deadlifting, squatting, and even weightlifting.
It’s time to maximize your squat potential through improving technique, mobility, and execution.