Supplement your barbell and dumbbell rows with this great back training variation that also hits the core and even the glutes.
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The variation of the one-arm row allows you to add rotation and it tweaks the weight distribution for a new stimulus.
This quick warm-up will you get you ready for just about any type of upper body training.
Try this ab-focused tri-set: stability-ball arch, straight-arm rollout and pike/push-up combo. Great for a crowded gym.
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Combine the lateral straight-arm pulldown, the triceps extension, and the high-to-low chop into one set.
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Grab a stick and run through these quick drills to get your shoulders ready for heavy, safe lifting.
This is a brutal triceps builder. Start with a 2-board close-grip press for 5 reps, then a 3-board for 5 reps, then a 5-board for max reps. The shortening ROM allows you to fatigue and keep going.
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.
Add a band and use a slow, controlled, partial range of motion to keep tension on the abs.
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This variation of the ab rollout is intense because you spend more time in the toughest part of the movement.
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If you can do dozens of regular ab wheel rollouts, try this method for even better core strength.
Ditch the ab wheel and give this a shot. It's more challenging due to the increased range of motion.