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Combining two of the silliest things in the gym – the Smith machine and the BOSU ball – actually makes for a fantastic ab exercise. Try it.
Start your biceps work with hammer curls, then a preacher curl variation like the one here. For safety, finish with heavy barbell curls when you're biceps are fully pumped.
This low hip position deadlift is more for the quads. Try a semi-sumo stance – chest up, weight on heels – and pull from a deficit. Start light!
This movement builds core strength, nails the abs, and even hits those hard-to-reach serratus muscles.
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And a few sets of these to the end of your chest workout as an athletic finisher.
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This is a great bang for your buck exercise to work your upper back and grip at the same time.
Here's a great movement for the beginner Olympic lifter or for anyone who wants to build some impressive traps.
Nail your upper lats and get a huge pump with this finisher exercise.
To keep your shoulders healthy, always use a shoulder-width grip or slightly narrower on this great core exercise.
It's not just for back. Check out these muscle-building exercise variations.
This drill teaches you to set your shoulders correctly so you can get the most out of your lat exercises.
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This tough rollout variation will nail your core and your lats. Do 3 to 6 sets of 5 to 8 rolls.
Think of this exercise as a kind of standing ab rollout. Great for overall core strength.
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Unlike the regular box squat, this variation has you tapping the box with your glutes, but not sitting, keeping the hip extensors engaged.
Master the false grip to master the muscle-up and other moves. This is also a great way to strengthen your forearms.
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This spine-friendly variation of the stir-the-pot exercise (normally done on a stability ball) fires up those deep core muscles often missed by most ab exercises.