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This short cycle will focus on endurance, agility, and recovery. All workouts in this cycle with be 20 minutes or less allowing extra time for mobility and recovery work.
This short cycle will focus on endurance, agility, and recovery. All workouts in this cycle with be 20 minutes or less allowing extra time for mobility and recovery work.
Let's take a look at the mobility and progressions involved in kicking up into a freestanding handstand.
This short cycle will focus on endurance, agility, and recovery. All workouts in this cycle with be 20 minutes or less allowing extra time for mobility and recovery work.
Here are the key exercises for weeks two through four in my four-week whole body fitness program here on Breaking Muscle, complete with videos and photos.
In this video, Ben describes and demonstrates a simple progression for learning from a one-armed push up.
This short cycle will focus on endurance, agility, and recovery. All workouts in this cycle with be 20 minutes or less allowing extra time for mobility and recovery work.
This short cycle will focus on endurance, agility, and recovery. All workouts in this cycle with be 20 minutes or less allowing extra time for mobility and recovery work.
Here's how to properly scale and progress the dip, including how to avoid the Frankenstein dip and the exercise-induced epilepsy-dip. (Plus: mobility tips for the dips.)
The only thing that really matters is that you consistently strive to improve, and once you commit yourself to doing that, everything else is a done deal.
In this video, Ben demonstrates three lower body plyometric skills for explosive leg strength - the plyo step-up, the crane plyo, and the plant plyo.
Drew Baye is the President of Drew Baye's High Intensity Training and one of the smartest science-based professionals in the business.
Pistol squats are the bane of my existance. So I put this video together to help all those who struggle with this challenging, but fun movement.
Here are four basic bodyweight exercises for you to do on a set of parallettes: the incline push up, the bodyweight dip, the tuck hold, and the tuck planche.
For those of you who are anxious about the handstand pushup, specifically kicking up and being upside down, then we've got a solution for you.
You may be jumping on boxes, but are you doing it properly and safely? Let's break down this movement so you can become efficient and more powerful at it.
This week I'm going to address mobility, movement, and good body position in the chest-to-bar pull up. Think, "lovely and tall."