A few sets of these after your warm-up and before doing your main chest exercises fires up the CNS and improves muscle fiber recruitment.
This is a great bang for your buck exercise to work your upper back and grip at the same time.
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To keep your shoulders healthy, always use a shoulder-width grip or slightly narrower on this great core exercise.
Build more overhead strength using this concentric-based movement.
Improve your rate of force development with this variation of the jerk.
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Once you master the muscle-up, progress by adding weight just as you would a pull-up.
This drill teaches you to set your shoulders correctly so you can get the most out of your lat exercises.
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Nail your core and strengthen your serratus with this tougher-than-it-looks exercise.
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The bench press and the overhead press require strong forearms and stable wrists. This bodyweight exercise helps with both.
Shrugs are great, but most lifters only do them vertically. They can also be done horizontally to hit different areas of the traps and back.
This row variation is a great back-builder, it's easy on the lower back, and it's highly functional for athletes. Check it out.
Build more muscle by holding the top dumbbell isometrically between reps.
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Keep tension on the down side by not lowering all the way. This will increase muscle activation and create the occlusion effect for hypertrophy.
Unlike the regular box squat, this variation has you tapping the box with your glutes, but not sitting, keeping the hip extensors engaged.
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