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Do these fast and explosive dumbbell movements and get psyched up for the rest of your workout.
For this deadlift variation, stand on a small platform or plates. Great accessory exercise to boost your standard deadlift strength.
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Not only is this a great core exercise, it'll help you overhead press better by teaching you to use full-body tension.
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The Z press is the ultimate exercise to test your ability to keep your posture while pressing something overhead.
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Use this to strengthen your stabilizers and get stronger in all overhead pressing movements.
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Take this advice from a researcher and bodybuilder.
Do as many good reps as you can in the 4-6 rep range. Your goal will then be to double that number of reps. To do that you take short rest periods (15 seconds).
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In this variation of the Tabata method, do 20 seconds of front squats, rest 10 seconds, and repeat 8 times. Good luck!
Bad posture? Try this if you're chronically internally rotated at the shoulders. Good for rear delts and upper back too.
A back exercise. A core strength exercise. A much-tougher-than-it-looks exercise. Try it!
Build your quads and improve your standard deadlift with this variation.
Turn this lift into a quad builder with a closer stance. Keep the hips down and chest up to keep the stress on the legs and off the back.
Single-leg trap bar exercises in the style of the Reeves deadlift (hands on plates, not bar) provides the perfect stimulus for crushing every muscle in the body.
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Looks crazy, but when used as a supplement to your regular benching it can really promote healthy shoulders and boost your standard bench press.