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You've done this posterior chain exercise with a bar, but this variation with dumbbells is even better. Take a look.
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Here's one of the big “secrets” of success in the gym. Most people won't want to hear it. That's why most people are weak.
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Correct strength imbalances and bring up your weak points by using this counterintuitive training method. Check it out.
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Baseball pitchers use a changeup to shock and confuse the batter. Apply the strategy to your training and make the basics even more brutal. Here's how.
This now-classic training method only takes a warm-up and 4 minutes of really hard work. But it beats an hour of traditional cardio. Check it out.
Here's a great accessory exercise that'll really boost your deadlift numbers. Take a look!