Go through a full range of motion, then a quarter of the range of motion. That's one rep.
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Also called the reverse inverted row, this odd-looking exercise boosts your bench press by teaching lat and upper back activation.
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Add this handy lifting accessory to your pressing exercises to make your banged up shoulders, elbows, and wrists feel better.
The open grip and wrist position here allows for better pec isolation.
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This simple drill takes care of a few different mobility issues.
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Use this exercise pairing to build your legs without the knee pain.
Pittsburg Pirates outfielder, Austin Meadows, demonstrates this variation of the rope row. Note the hand rotation for more activation of the lats and upper back.
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Bring up your rear delts, rhomboids, and external rotators with this movement.
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Combine lat isolation, a long range of motion, and a good stretch and you get this great row variation.
Do this explosive movement before barbell squats and you'll lift more weight.
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Suspension dips are easier on your shoulders. As a bonus, you'll get a better pec contraction compared to bar dips.
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