Go lighter and slower with this underhand variation of the face pull. This version of the exercise is better as a corrective or activation drill.
Increase starting strength with this lift. Bring the bar down controlled and rest it for a half-second without letting the bar sink. Accelerate with as much force and speed as possible.
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This is a great shoulder-friendly back exercise. Start thumbs-down, finish thumbs-up.
Apply pressure against the rack throughout to really build the long head of the triceps.
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The floor press prevents over-stretching at the shoulder joint and eliminates an excessively stretched pec tendon at the transition point from eccentric to concentric, thereby eliminating much of the danger-zone for pec tears.
This targets the adductors, and it'll help you maintain a neutral lumbo-pelvic complex.
Boost your lower body mobility with this weighted drill.
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Improve technique, get strong, and build your glutes and hams with this accessory exercise. Use 50-70 percent of 1RM.
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Prevent pulled hamstrings and strengthen your tendons and ligaments with this exercise.
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A strong core is a requirement for the big lifts. Strengthen and build yours with this exercise.
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Farmer's walks are great. Now take that idea to the next level with this loaded carry variation.
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