This bent-knee variation works best for most people because it keeps the hip flexors from taking over.
No, you don't have to gain a ton of fat to build muscle, but you do need to be realistic. Here's a little reality check.
Shrugs are great, but most lifters only do them vertically. They can also be done horizontally to hit different areas of the traps and back.
Build more muscle by holding the top dumbbell isometrically between reps.
This combo exercise is a real ball-buster. In a fun way. Check it out.
Keep tension on the down side by not lowering all the way. This will increase muscle activation and create the occlusion effect for hypertrophy.
Unlike the regular box squat, this variation has you tapping the box with your glutes, but not sitting, keeping the hip extensors engaged.
Master the false grip to master the muscle-up and other moves. This is also a great way to strengthen your forearms.
This is a great exercise, and it's even better if you learn how to do it with heavy loads. Here's what you need to know.
If you can do this exercise for 15 seconds per set, you're pretty awesome. Check it out.
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This spine-friendly variation of the stir-the-pot exercise (normally done on a stability ball) fires up those deep core muscles often missed by most ab exercises.
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This is one of the best, but least used, all-around exercises to improve athletic performance.
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Haven't nailed a muscle-up yet? Use this variation to work your way up and get a feel for it.
These two drills will improve your mobility so you can lift more weight comfortably and finally build some decent quads.
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Build your upper back and lats while strengthening your core at the same time.
This has been called the most complete upper-body exercise. Want to learn it? Here's a quick guide.
In this joint-friendly hip thrust variation, you'll target your hamstrings as well as your glutes.
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Get greater glute activation with this hip thrust variation.