Try These 11 Front Squat Alternatives for Powerful Legs and a...

The front squat is a staple movement for Olympic weightlifters, CrossFit athletes, and countless other strength-focused lifters. However, some find the unique bar position...

12 Common Deadlift Mistakes and How to Fix Them

To be blunt, deadlifting is awesome. Once you get hooked, you are hooked for life. It is arguably the best test of full-body strength,...

How to Do the Kettlebell Deadlift for Lower Body Size and...

When a new lifter finally gets a kettlebell in their hands, the swing is typically one of the first exercises they try. But it...

8 Overhead Press Variations for Stronger Shoulders

Everyone talks about “International bench day,” but there’s nothing quite like pressing something heavy overhead. It’s pretty much the most innate display of strength....

How to Do the Dumbbell Pullover for Upper Body Muscle and...

Maybe you first saw the pullover performed in low-res videos of Golden-era bodybuilders. Now, it’s common to see in commercial fitness centers, rehabilitation facilities,...

15 Deadlift Variations for Muscle, Strength, and More

The deadlift is considered by many lifters to be the king of exercises. It could be considered the ultimate display of full-body strength, and...

The Only Airport Workout You’ll Need When Traveling

Travel season is upon us. For many, that means spending time in airports. Aside from the expected overpriced bottled water, bad chain restaurant food,...

How to Do the Renegade Row for Conditioning and Core Strength

The recent rise (and arguably unnecessary obsession) with “functional training” has seen the renegade row become a staple in CrossFit, fitness boot camps, and...

Dumbbell vs. Barbell Bench Press: Choose the Right Upper-Body Builder

Ahh, the mythical bench press. It holds a special place in many lifters’ hearts. The draw of a muscular chest, rounded shoulders, and bulging...

Try These Hotel Workouts to Stay Fit During Holiday Travel

Pack these travel-ready workouts for your next journey. Written by Merrick Lincoln Last updated on December 6, 2022 Travel is inevitably associated with a departure...
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