These increase tension and build a strong mind-muscle connection. Shoot for no more than 5 reps per set. If you can get more, go slower.
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Build your lats and strengthen your core at the same time with this exercise. Take a look.
Here's how to target this often neglected muscle.
Tension builds muscle and this variation provides a lot of tension on the pecs. Be sure the dumbbell held at the bottom doesn't rest against the body.
This variation hits the glutes and hams hard, and it's more knee-friendly than the forward lunge. Add an isometric hold on the last rep.
Use this simple trick to get better results from this leg and glute exercise.
This is becoming a popular core exercise. Make it tougher by using a semi-circular motion instead of full circles. Keeps more tension on the abs.
Pull yourself up and build a huge back. Master your own bodyweight with this mechanical drop set.
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Make this posterior chain staple work even better with this simple modification.
Turn the sit-up into a full upper-body exercise with these tough new exercises.
This is the bodyweight version of the face pull. Great for posture, upper back size, and shoulder health.
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Strengthen your posterior chain and improve shoulder mobility with this unique exercise.
Tomorrow, do your workout as planned but reverse the order of the exercises. Here's why.
Do this drill before training your back. It'll fix those tight pecs which make it difficult to recruit your upper back muscles.
Also called the cross-body hammer curl, this neutral-grip exercise will hammer the brachialis, the muscle beneath the biceps, adding more size to your arms.
Think of this as a T-bar row, but for your legs. It will smoke your quads.
Regular lifters do regular sets. Ambitious lifters do drop sets. Crazy mothers do mechanical drop sets. Be a crazy mother. Here's how.
Strength athletes train their crushing grip strength, but often neglect pinch grip strength. Here are some new ways to train it.
This lift can be used as a tool to train for strength and mobility, along with overall health of your muscles and joints.
Better results, less risk of injury. Try this unique and effective back exercise.