Here are five sure-fire upper body routines that can be a part of any strength, power, weight-loss, and/or general fitness program. I’ve also attached recording forms for you to log your workouts.
The third in a series of mobility instructional videos for total body mobility, stability, and strength.
Stop doing the modified push up where your knees are on the floor. They're probably doing more harm than good.
Dips are the squat for the upper body. Include this exercise and grow stronger before you know it.
This is a great flow if your workout includes kipping pull ups, overhead squats, cleans, or push presses.
If you find yourself tight through the chest and shoulders after a long day of sitting at your desk or otherwise hunched over, this flow is for you.
Today we are talking about our shoulders and chest. We are going to stretch these areas, and at the same time strengthen our back.
Today we are taking a look at three parts of the body that often need attention if you're lifting regularly.
A well-developed chest is one of more popular goals of men in the weight room. Let’s take a look at the chest anatomy and kinesiology to determine which exercises are best.