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The 10 Best Plyometric Exercises for Athletes

Plyometric training is a great way for athletes to build explosive power. Performing plyometrics one to three times a week can increase your vertical...

Should You Be Taking BCAAs?

  BCAAs, or branched chain amino acids, are one of the most popular supplements in performance training. The term refers to three amino acids: leu...

7 Exercises That Safely Build Shoulder Strength

Many exercises can develop strong shoulders. Some are great. Others, not so much. The shoulder is one of the most sensitive joints in the body....

Do These 3 Upper-Body Plyos Instead of Plyo Push-Ups

Plyo Push-Ups and Clap Push-Ups are popular upper-body plyometric exercises. They appear to be the upper-body equivalent of jumping, and they look sup...

5 Tips to Help You Stick With Your Workout Program

We all know the stories about New Year's resolutions. Every year, countless individuals at every fitness level make extravagant promises to get in...

Everything Wrong with P90X Plyometrics

P90X Plyometrics is a tough routine, but don't let the name mislead you. It hardly qualifies as a plyometric workout. The workout features many...

How to Use the Pallof Press to Build an Iron Core

The Pallof Press, named after physical therapist John Pallof, is a fantastic exercise for athletes for 2 primary reasons; #1: It trains the true...

The Ab Rollout: Best Core Exercise Ever?

The ab wheel—you've seen it featured in infomercials and there's probably one lying around in the corner of your gym. Some of you may think it's...

The 3D Triceps Workout: 3 Exercises for Huge Arms

What's got three heads and spends its whole life overshadowed by its two-headed neighbor on the other side of town? Your triceps, and I'm not joking...

The 12 Best RDL Variations

The Romanian Deadlift—also known as the RDL and Straight-Leg Deadlift—is the lesser-known cousin of the Deadlift. Although you may not see it ...

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