Boost your athleticism, improve coordination, and set your quads and lungs on fire with this do-anywhere drill.
Stagger your stance, think bend and extend, and use the pane-of-glass cue to get the best results from standing curls.
The rack pull is an awesome lift. Try it using a trap bar and constant tension, as shown here, along with heavier, dead-stop reps.
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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.
Start with one rep of each exercise, then do two on the next round. Keep the ladder going until you're doing 10 reps per movement on the last round. No rest!
Looks odd, but this is a great fat-burning finisher. Do 6 reps per side for 8 minutes straight.
Toss this conditioning finisher in at the end of your next upper-body workout to burn some extra fat. Do 4 sets of 12 reps.
Lower under control, keep the torso upright, and only lightly touch the knee to the floor. Weight vest and chains optional, but definitely cool looking.
To build your mid-back, use a wider supinated grip and take a solid pause as the bar touches your upper chest.
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For bigger quads, the reverse static lunge beats the forward version.
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Not interested in learning the full O-lifts? Build athleticism and power anyway with these two easier-to-learn exercises.
Combining two of the silliest things in the gym – the Smith machine and the BOSU ball – actually makes for a fantastic ab exercise. Try it.
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Hold one side isometrically in the contracted position at the bottom while the other side is moving. Add bands to really ramp it up.
Does your back suck compared to your chest? Do your triceps lag behind your biceps? Whatever your puny muscle group is, here's how to fix it.
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This low hip position deadlift is more for the quads. Try a semi-sumo stance – chest up, weight on heels – and pull from a deficit. Start light!
Negatives help you build muscle. Try this technique for chest training.
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