This complex (a series of exercises using the same weight) consists of a 1 clean deadlift, 1 hang clean, 2 front squats, and a jerk.
This complex (a continuous series of exercises using the same weight) consists of a deadlift, a snatch, two overhead squats, and a snatch balance.
For this mechanical drop set, you go from the hardest to easiest movement to match your fatigue level: wide flyes, bent-arm flyes, push-ups.
This three-part mechanical drop will have your lats, upper back, and arms begging for mercy.
Most complexes are performed with light weight for fat loss. Not this one. Use 50 percent of your 1RM clean and jerk.
Get stronger from the floor. This exercise combines deficit deadlifts (standing on a plate or platform) with farmers walk handles for a new stimulus.
Looks a bit silly, but it'll fire up your heart rate like nothing else. The monkey jump is the third exercise in this grueling complex.
For this unilateral workout finisher, you'll combine the classic farmer's walk with several dumbbell movements.
Need to drop some fat, like, really fast? Try this complex. No sled? Just push a weight plate with dumbbells on top.
Combine sled work with a few dumbbell movements and you'll have the ultimate workout finisher.
No fancy sled, no problem. Make your own pulling sled and smoke your legs any time you feel like it.
Combine the two toughest forms of metabolic conditioning into one brutal workout finisher.
Do 20 swings. Without rest, drop into a hard-style plank for 10 deep breaths. Repeat for 5-10 rounds as a workout finisher.
Use this complex as a workout finisher to build your arms and shoulders.
Maximize workout time by hitting your arms and delts with this quick tri-set.
Nail your shoulders, biceps and triceps with this series.
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Build your legs, set your lungs on fire, and improve hip mobility with this exercise.
This variation of the farmer's walk ramps up the core, lat, and grip work required. Give it a shot.
If you like pressing and pulling more than jogging on a treadmill, give this a shot.
Boost your pressing frequency with this. With no eccentric component, the nervous system is spared. Great for off days or deloads.
Try this ab-focused tri-set: stability-ball arch, straight-arm rollout and pike/push-up combo. Great for a crowded gym.
Combine the lateral straight-arm pulldown, the triceps extension, and the high-to-low chop into one set.
Here's how to choose the right grip for your goal and the pros and cons of each.