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2 Single-Leg Exercises That Build Seriously Strong (and Better Looking) Glutes

How do you get to perform better, look better, and have fewer injuries? Regardless if you are an athlete or if you just want a nice looking butt, glute...

Use This Leg Warm-Up Before Speed Drills and Lower-Body Lifts to Get a More Effective Workout

Are you an athlete looking for a new leg warm up? Or are you one who just can't figure out how to consistently get your body ready for activity? Leg...

James Harrison Leg Presses 1,100-plus Pounds the Morning After a Game

Humans feel pain. Humans get tired. Humans need sleep. James Harrison doesn't appear to be human. The 38-year-old Pittsburgh Steelers lineba...

3 Reasons Why Runners Need to Lift Weights

Attention Runners! You need to lift! Runners, we need to talk. You, and yes, even myself have had the same thought. "I don't need to do any strength...

Take the Triple Squat Challenge to Add Leg Strength and Size

The many benefits of Front Squats, Back Squats and Split Squats have been well documented by strength coaches and sports scientists alike, over...

Build Explosive Power With This Single-Leg Plyo

Rear-Foot-Elevated Split Squat Jump. Yes, that's a mouthful of an exercise name. But don't let that scare you away. It's an awesome plyometric exerc...

An Old-School Core Routine That Will Shred Your Abs

Today a lot of our core training is concerned with balance, stability, and activation of the deeper abdominal muscles. While this has a role, many don't...

6 Reasons Why You Should Never Skip Leg Day Again

"Friends don't let friends skip a leg day." Google this phrase and you will see a number of photos showing guys who have jacked upper bodies and twi...

Get a Massive Pump With This Muscle Isolation Workout

Complement Off-Season Conditioning with this Stimulating Full-Body Workout Comprising Single-Joint Exercises By Jim Carpentier, CSCS Though multi-joint...

The Single-Leg Kettlebell Swap Is the Most Important Exercise You're Not Doing

Improving foot, ankle, and hip function is something I work quite extensively on with my athletes and clients. One exercise I use on a consistent basis...

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