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.
Kettlebell or renegade rows are a great exercise for strengthening and building the muscles of your upper back, especially your lats. Since this is a pulling movement your biceps get a good workout too. What makes kettlebell rows really challenging is the movement also requires you to be able to contract and stabilize the muscles that make up your core.
Summer is finally here for all of us living North of the equator. This means warmer weather and more sunshine. Take advantage of the season and move your workouts from the gym to the great outdoors. This means your strength training sessions too. Doing this will add variety and make your workouts more fun. You’ll get more vitamin D from the sun to improve your sports performance and health too. In this article we describe get a great workout with 5 different pieces of fitness equipment outside.