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The-kelso-shrug-for-traps-and-back

Tip: The Kelso Shrug for Traps and Back

If you only do standing shrugs, you're missing a big part of your traps. Try this.

The-kettlebell-swing-with-band

Tip: The Kettlebell Swing With Band

The regular KB swing is a butt-builder and a lung-burner. Now let's ramp it up.

The-kneeling-overhead-press

Tip: The Kneeling Overhead Press

This exercise is not only a great shoulder builder, it also teaches you perfect form and lifting mechanics. Check it out.

The-kneeling-scrape-the-rack-press

Tip: The Kneeling Scrape-the-Rack Press

Really nail those delts with this smart variation of the overhead press.

The-landmine-complex

Tip: The Landmine Complex

Ramp up your conditioning with this tough complex. Do 10 reps of: squat-to-presses, single-arm presses, single-leg RDLs, single-arm rows, and reverse lunges.

The-landmine-row

Tip: The Landmine Row

This is the supported variation of the Meadows row. Very effective and more back friendly.

The-leaning-lunge

Tip: The Leaning Lunge

A forward lean on lunges increases the recruitment of the glutes and hamstrings. The dumbbells should be on the side of the front foot in the bottom position.

The-leg-press-for-quad-sweep

Tip: The Leg Press for Quad Sweep

Keep your feet low, heels closer together and toes pointed out to really hit the vastus lateralis.

The-loaded-barbell-rollout

Tip: The Loaded Barbell Rollout

If you can do dozens of regular ab wheel rollouts, try this method for even better core strength.

The-low-incline-bench-press-for-pecs

Tip: The Low Incline Bench Press for Pecs

Make this popular exercise work even better. Here are a few tips.

Lying-band-pull-apart

Tip: The Lying Band Pull-Apart

Big bench pressers use this movement to build the upper back and protect shoulder health.

The-lying-leg-raise-with-band

Tip: The Lying Leg Raise with Band

This one looks weird, but you'll see how effective it is after your first rep.

Medicine-ball-rolls

Tip: The Medball Ab Rollout

This tough rollout variation will nail your core and your lats. Do 3 to 6 sets of 5 to 8 rolls.

The-medball-pull-up

Tip: The Medball Pull-up

Add a medicine ball to your pull-ups for load progression and to keep your form in check. Here's how.

The-mixed-grip-deadlift-sucks

Tip: The Mixed-Grip Deadlift Sucks

Sure, it'll help you pull more weight, but unless you're a competitive powerlifter and have to use it, it's best avoided. Here's why.

The-modified-belt-squat

Tip: The Modified Belt Squat

An upper body injury can even make traditional squats impossible. The fix? Belt squats.

The-modified-cosgrove-complex

Tip: The Modified Cosgrove Complex

Finish off your workout with this series of exercises and get shredded fast.

The-modified-jefferson-deadlift

Tip: The Modified Jefferson Deadlift

The Jefferson deadlift is an old-school classic. Use this variation (staggered stance) to really nail your glutes and hamstrings.

The-modified-pike

Tip: The Modified Pike

Place your elbows on a bench and allow a bit of bending in the knees for better activation and results.

The-monkey-jump-complex

Tip: The Monkey Jump Complex

Looks a bit silly, but it'll fire up your heart rate like nothing else. The monkey jump is the third exercise in this grueling complex.

The-most-common-deadlift-mistake

Tip: The Most Common Deadlift Mistake

This is an injury waiting to happen. Here's what to avoid and how to fix the problem.

The-most-effective-foot-_-ankle-exercise

Tip: The Most Effective Foot & Ankle Exercise

Weak ankles and feet can inhibit the benefits of many lower body exercises. Here's a quick way to strengthen and stabilize them.

The-most-outlawed-exercise

Tip: The Most Outlawed Exercise

Don't let the fitness police keep you from doing this safe and proven strength-building lift.

The-motorcycle-row-for-bigger-lats

Tip: The Motorcycle Row for Bigger Lats

Shake up your back training with this exercise variation that really targets the lats.

The-neutral-grip-shoulder-press

Tip: The Neutral-Grip Shoulder Press

This is a great exercise that builds you delts while also protecting joint integrity. The cable is attached at the bottom of the handle, so you'll be pushing up, not pulling down.