Emily Beers

Emily Beers

 

 

 

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Here are five exercises to fire up that glute-hamstring combo.
Strengthen your muscles and joints to handle rotational movements to benefit you in sports and in life.
We squat, we press, we deadlift, we push, we pull—all linear movements. Rarely do we incorporate lateral movements into our training plan and yet we really should.
Fun fact in case you missed it—the only difference between brown and white eggs are that brown eggs come from chickens with brown feathers and white eggs come from chickens with white feathers.
Bum augmentation without surgery. What could be better than that?
Train these movements regularly and you will gain strength, and avoid pain, especially if you’re new to training.
Science says grip strength might even be more important than just for gaining serious pull-up prowess.
Getting a strict pull-up is a great goal. Here are some exercises you can do to help you get there quicker.
So, what makes the box squat useful? You can improve your back squat without back squatting, that's one reason.
If you squat, push, pull, hinge, and carry consistently you’ll probably get pretty fit. But don't forget to lunge!
The gym is just like a classroom or an office—there are important rules you need to follow.
Though simple in theory, if you haven’t been taught the one skill (the rowing stroke) properly, it’s easy to butcher it and make all sorts of crazy mistakes.