For the hip thrust, focus more on mind-muscle connection than the amount of weight you use. Add a band for accommodating resistance.
Build muscle and keep your shoulders healthy with this time-efficient strategy.
This exercise does a great job preparing the body for your sport, and of course it's a very effective hamstring and glute builder.
Here's how to turn a squat into a very challenging core exercise.
With this variation, the trap bar allows you to keep your hands more in line with your body, reducing shear on the spine.
The vastus medialis muscle often lags behind in strength. Use this exercise to bring it up and prevent injuries.
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This knee-friendly variation is great for your quads, glutes, and hamstrings.
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To maximize arm size, you need to add this biceps movement to your program.
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Build your shoulders while preventing injuries with this stability-tension superset.
Yes, this is very advanced. First master the plank and the single-arm plank before trying it on rings with added load.
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Also called the Bradford press, this continuous tension movement is a great delt-day finisher.
Two great mobility drills combined into a fast, effective warm-up.
The evidence is impressive. Ignore it at your own peril.
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Eat your meals this way and you'll be able to control your waistline better than ever before.
Mark Dugdale uses this depletion circuit as part of his contest prep.
Pro bodybuilders, hot fitness chicks, strongmen, and even powerlifters sometimes use the Smith machine. Here's why.
Good at the glute-building hip thrust? Now try it with one leg using slow eccentrics. It tougher, and as a bonus you don't have to re-rack all those plates.
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