Training opposing muscle groups together, like chest and back, is effective. But for best results, use precise pairings. Info here.
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One way to make an exercise more challenging is to increase the range of motion. Here's an example.
Here's a quick overview that'll help you work your way up to a full muscle-up.
This high intensity metcon workout involves the entire body and demands extended repetitive effort. Try it!
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Reaching your physique or performance goal is about more than sets, reps, and exercises. Here's how to get your mindset right.
Add one drill to your warm-up and one exercise to your workout. Check 'em out.
Yes, this is super weird. But it nails the transverse abdominis (the deep core muscle that's like a natural weight belt) and even the internal obliques.
This knee-friendly variation is great for your quads, glutes, and hamstrings.
Force those hamstrings to grow! Lift with two legs, then overload the negative by lowering with one leg. Switch to both legs when you hit failure.
Add this to the end of your shoulder workout and get ready to burn and grow.
Stubborn rear delts? Punish them until they grow with this 100 rep drop set. Use partials at first, then full range on the last drop.
Here's why everyone needs to add some higher-rep sets to their workouts.
Hip flexion good. Trunk flexion bad. Here's why and what each looks like so you can make sure your form is correct.
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Finish off leg day with these. Looks easy, but your quads will be on fire.
For quad size, do 6 rounds of narrow goblet squats followed by continuous tension hack squats. Rest only 60 seconds between rounds.
This supported version of the dumbbell row is more back friendly. Get a good stretch at the bottom and drive the elbow back hard.
You've heard this myth about high-protein diets repeated by lots of folks. Here's the actual science.
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This new version of an age-old powerlifting exercise will really sizzle that backside.
A safer, smarter way to stretch the pecs.
Here's are two functional strength exercises that are actually functional for athletes and everyone else who occasionally gets off the couch.