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Fix your dumbbell row. You know, so you don't look like that one moron in the gym. You know the one.
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You need this hip adduction exercise for structural balance, injury prevention, and even better glutes.
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You can't build them if you're always working around an injury. Make your hammies resilient AF with these fun drills.
Put maximum tension on the lats and prevent your forearms from burning out. Result? A bigger back.
A program to increase hip strength and mobility that can be done anywhere in a short amount of time.
Your PR is pretty darn good, but your chest is, well, sad. Here's why and how to fix it.
Stop clutching your pearls. A strong libido is a sign of a healthy, fit body. Don't have one? Here's how to fix that.
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Barbell back squats are actually not the king of leg exercises. Here's why and what to do instead.
That's a good, but somewhat complex question. Here's the nuanced, smart answer.
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