Isn't lifting a ton of heavy weight really bad for the central nervous system? Yeah, it probably is. Mark Bell and Brandon Lilly share why they don't really give a f***.
This week's video uses blocks to work on the first part of the clean. You will execute this drill just like a regular clean, without getting under the bar.
This underground sport requires skill, stamina, and a crazy amount of energy. Rather than try to define it, we'll let this video speak for itself.
This week begins a series of four videos to help with the clean pull. This week's drill builds strength during the initial part of the clean, using blocks to assist the pull.
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This video from world record holder Lu Xiaojun is an example of the strength and flexibility you'll find in world class athletes. It's smooth, effortless, and, we daresay, beautiful.
The Romanian deadlift, or RDL, is an excellent exercise for strengthening the entire posterior chain. Here are few tips to make sure you do it right.
The "wall pull" drill will allow you to work on perfecting form in a free-standing handstand and begin to walk out across the floor, but still have the wall close by to start over if needed.
These high bar connections redefine the meaning of "grip strength." Watch this short video to see some amazing men's gymnastics work and maybe learn some new gymnastics terminology too.
The heaving snatch balance improves mechanics for the top and bottom of the snatch and also develops the muscles in the calves and torso.
In this video we're focusing on increasing mobility in the overhead position and Olympian Holley Mangold helps us demonstrate the drills.
CT Fletcher is a six-time world champion in the bench press and strict press. Here are his tips for powerlifters. ***Profanity Warning***
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