The leg press can be a muscle-building staple if you know how to do it right. Check out these tips and variations.
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The lying leg curl works, but most people only get half the results they could be getting. Here's how to make it work better.
Christian Thibaudeau performs snatch high pull from blocks with 180 kg.
Clear systemic waste by using the active muscle pump method. It's simple and even relaxing. Check it out.
See John Meadows, Dave Tate and Mark Dugdale go through a brutal squat workout. Lots of technique discussed.
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Put on your gym-face. Add these two intensity-extending techniques into your program.
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Use a unique variation of the plank to bench press more weight safely. Here's how.
This is really going to hurt, but it'll build your back like nobody's business. Check it out.
Get ready for 150 reps of fat-burning pain. Here's how to do it.
This is tough and it'll leave you gasping for air. In other words, you'll love it. Check it out.
Test your mettle AND improve your squat numbers with this brutal challenge. Check it out.
Get ripped without losing muscle mass. Here's how.
It'll make you a better athlete and prevent knee and ankle injuries. Here's how to set it up.
We bet you've never tried this explosive biceps exercise. Check it out.
Do these before weight training and you'll recruit more muscle during your workout. Here's how.
Blast your chest with this unique dumbbell bench press variation. Here's how to do it.
Stretch out those shirtsleeves by adding this unique exercise variation to your arm training plan. Here's how to do it.
Stop saying you're in a maintenance phase. It only leads to slow regression. Here's why and how to fix it.
Too many antioxidants is not better than too few, and may do more harm than good. Here's what you need to know.
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