In this article I’ll show you how to make wheelbarrows, the exercise you haven’t done since elementary school gym class or recess a part of your current fitness routine. While you may curse me after doing a couple of sets I promise that you’ll thank me after they help you build a stronger upper body and your fitness levels skyrocket.
Check out this article to learn how to perform the split squat, a leg exercise that will help you build build strong, great looking, athletic legs that can be safely be done without lots of workout equipment.
Once you can perform regular lunges you need to begin performing more difficult variations to continue making progress. This is especially important if you train at home and have limited equipment. One variation I like is the overhead lunge. Keep reading to learn what they are, their benefits, and how to do them properly.
Lunges are a great exercise for strengthening, building, and increasing the flexibility of your lower body, especially your hamstrings, glutes, and quadriceps. They also train your calves and ankles. Since they’re performed one leg at a time lunges are also great for correcting strength imbalances and training for many sports. This article describes how to[…]
When I was dieting and working out to lose weight I was constantly experimenting to learn the best exercises to help me achieve my goal. I learned that key quality the best weight loss exercises share is that they train more than one large muscle group (i.e. back, chest, legs, shoulders) at a time. They’re[…]
My favorite way to lift weights is to perform total body exercises. In case you aren’t familiar with them, total body exercises are movements you perform with a barbell, dumbbell, or kettlebell that train 2 or more large muscle groups (legs, back, chest, shoulders). Keep reading to learn how they can benefit you as much as they have me.
Have regular old dips, pull ups, and push ups become too easy? If so, this article is for you. In it I reveal my favorite advanced body weight exercises that will help you build your arms, back, chest, and shoulders in record time.
Don’t have a gym membership or squat rack in your home gym? That doesn’t mean you can’t do squats and build strong legs. All you actually need is a kettlebell or dumbbell. Either piece of equipment enables you to perform Goblet squats. Done properly, they will help you build muscle and increase your lower body strength and flexibility as effectively as barbell squats. They’re safer to perform too. Keep reading to learn the ins and outs of my favorite type of squat.