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Add a suspension trainer attachment to the cable machine to hit your back and rear delts in a new way.
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Get your glutes, hamstrings, and upper back ready for heavy training with these simple movements.
Bring up your rear delts, rhomboids, and external rotators with this movement.
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This exercise hits both the long and short heads of the biceps, which most biceps exercises can't do.
Get your central nervous system ready for heavy squats by doing this simple exercise first.
Without moving your hips back and forth, get a good stretch in the lats, then pull the bar into the lower abs.
Build your legs and challenge your anterior core strength and stability with this move.
If squats are causing you pain right now, you can still train your legs. This exercise will load the spine less and still blow up your legs.
Are you wasting your potential by doing the same sets and reps every workout? Change that with this strategy.
Suspension dips are easier on your shoulders. As a bonus, you'll get a better pec contraction compared to bar dips.
Some exercises just don't fit your body type. Others are hard to set up. Here's how to make those awkward exercises work for you.
Test your upper-body strength in a new way and develop control and stability. Work up to doing at least 5 solid reps per side.
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This push-back variation focuses more on your delts than your chest.
Generate more power. Press, throw, and punch like a beast. Use this drill.
This lift is a teaching tool. It helps you find the sweet spot for bar placement on regular front squats, and it teaches you to keep the elbows high.
What to do before you ever lift the bar, plus some great advice about form.
It's something most of us fall prey to every day, but it can wipe out the benefits of exercise and worse, ruin our health.
Using a tight, controlled range of motion (reducing any leg kicking) forces your abs to do more work.
Wake up your upper back, shoulder stabilizers, and more with this simple warm-up exercise.
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