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How wide should you grip the bar in a military press / shoulder press? Well, it's pretty simple.
If you shift your weight to one side when deadlifting, this video shows the drills you need to develop proper muscle control and tension in your weaker leg.
Throwing, punching, taking a slapshot and hitting a golf ball all rely on one thing: rotational strength and power. So, here’s how to do medicine ball throws for rotational strength training correctly so you reap all the benefits.
Starting the squat isn't rocket science, but initiate the movement incorrectly and you’ll be out of position from the get go. Here’s a video demonstrating the right way to start squats.
Proper performance breathing is a a huge component of improving endurance performance. If you're not already using this technique naturally, you’ll notice a real boost when you start.
It may feel a little unnatural at first, but adopting this correct grip when you lift is the best way to end bench press wrist pain.
Try this quick hip stability test to understand where your hips should be and to get immediate feedback about how to improve your lunges and step-ups.
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Cluster weight training is a high intensity training method that can be incredibly useful for helping intermediate and advanced trainees break through plateaus. It can also be used to help newer lifters practice and maintain proper technique.
If you hang around a gym or read the social media of workout fanatics, you're probably confused by differing opinions about how low to squat. Should you squat to parallel? Should you squat just past parallel? Go ass to the grass? Or is there another answer…